I’ve always wanted to know how things work. By the time I learned to talk I was asking my mother things she couldn’t answer:
Archive for March 2010
Last time we discussed Serializing Data with System.Xml.Serialization.XmlSerializer. We will be using the same sample solution for this article.
Serializing objects is often a useful way to save the state of an application. Let’s take a look at doing this using the XmlSerializer object.
I’m happy to announce there’s now a somewhat usable version of Cash Tracker available for download. Click here to get it!
I’ve undertaken a personal project in my spare time. It’s a personal finance application I’m calling Cash Tracker. You can read the technical details on the Cash Tracker page.
If your web application relies on session to persist the user’s state and you’ve ever tried writing your own HTTP handler, you’ve probably run into an error: “Session state is not available in this context”. Thankfully, there is a simple remedy.