Jignesh Beladiya

I'm software engineer with over 3 years of experience. I'm expert in software development, software testing, and software UI Design.

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Articles by Jignesh

  1. C# : Using Interfaces and Delegates

    Have you encountered code with a lot of if-else logic? I am sure you have. Most of the time we see that kind of logic, behind the scenes, it's a strategy problem. Someone trying to figure out a strategy to solve the problem using the most primitive language tool - 'if' statement.However, when it comes to Object Oriented Programming, it's important to understand that the code needs to be reusable, testable and at the same time scalable. That's where a Strategy Pattern comes in handy. Let's take a...
  2. Realm mobile database platform now has support for Microsoft’s Xamarin

    Mobile database platform Realm has just announced Realm Xamarin, a new edition of their database built specifically for the Xamarin. Realm offers easy object persistence and full query capabilities, with a performance profile that’s faster than existing options.Realm is designed from the ground up to enable reactive app development, with live objects, change events, and support for unidirectional data flows. With Xamarin support, Realm now covers Android, iOS, JavaScript and .NET.Realm began working...
  3. WinForms Tutorial - How To Use Custom Cursors

    Custom cursors are something that you don't need to use very often, but when you do need them, they can make a huge difference in the usability of your program. So today we are going to take a look at how to use your own custom cursors in C# / WinForms applications.Changing the cursor on a WinForms control is extremely easy, as long as you are only trying to change it to one of the other standard cursors. To do that, all you need to do is set the Cursor property on your control to one of the cursors...
  4. Xamarin SDKs are now Open Source

    Xamarin has now officially offered its SDKs for Android, iOS and Mac as open-sourced projects.Xamarin and Microsoft already announed their open source plans at the Build 2016 conference.Today, Xamarin released a new features in Xamarin for Visual Studio that provide a seamless experience for mobile development. Xamarin also launched new site open.xamarin.com.According to Xamarin:iOS Simulator remoting enables multi-touch interactions on Windows machines with touch capable screens, so you can interact...
  5. Serialize Objects to a File

    While storing information in memory is great, there comes a time your users will have to shut your application down. This means (probably) that you will need to write information to a file at some point, because you will want to store whatever data was in memory. Today, we are going to take a look at a feature built into .NET called Serialization that makes writing and reading data structures to and from a file extremely easy.For this example, let's say I want to create a program that keeps track...
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