May, 2010

Using runtime checking of code contracts in Visual Studio 2010

In my last posting about code contracts I introduced how to check input parameters of randomizer using static contracts checking. But you can also compile code contracts to your assemblies and use them also in runtime. In this posting I will show you simple example about runtime checking of code contracts.

How to configure Visual Studio 2010 code coverage for ASP.NET MVC unit tests

I just got Visual Studio 2010 code coverage work with ASP.NET MVC application unit tests. Everything is simple after you have spent some time with forums, blogs and Google. To save your valuable time I wrote this posting to guide you through the process of making code coverage work with ASP.NET MVC application unit tests.

Controlling randomizer using code contracts

One cool addition to Visual Studio 2010 is support for code contracts. Code contracts make sure that all conditions under what method is supposed to run correctly are met. Those who are familiar with unit tests will find code contracts easy to use. In this posting I will show you simple example about static contract checking (example solution is included).

Windows Phone 7 development: Using WebBrowser control

In my posting Windows Phone 7 Series development: reading RSS feeds I showed how to read RSS feeds using XmlReader. Although I hoped to start pimping up user interface I found some more work that needs to do be done. In this posting I will show you how to use WebBrowser control to display RSS content. Example solution is also here for download.

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