Posts tagged with "Threading"

The advantage of threading is the ability to create applications that use more than one thread of execution. For example, a process can have a user interface thread that manages interactions with the user and worker threads that perform other tasks while the user interface thread waits for user input.

Aspect Orientated Programming (AOP) - A Brief look at PostSharp

April 15, 2016 by Christoff Truter

It is all about the separation of the common functionality that span over layers and tiers (e.g. logging, caching, security, validation, benchmarking etc), know as cross cutting concerns, which the various AOP frameworks attempt to achieve with little or no modification to existing source code.

C#   Threading   PostSharp  

JavaScript Threading - Part 2 (Worker)

December 18, 2012 by Christoff Truter

Unlike timers a worker runs in an isolated thread, which allows us to run intensive tasks without blocking the UI/parent thread.

JavaScript   Threading  

JavaScript Threading - Part 1 (Timers)

December 18, 2012 by Christoff Truter

In the first part of this series we're going to have a look at timers (setTimeout and setInterval functions)

JavaScript   Threading  

C# Threading: Windows Forms and WPF InvokeRequired / CheckAccess

October 26, 2010 by Christoff Truter - 3 Comments

How to access WPF and Windows Forms controls from threads

C#   Threading  

C# Threading: Semaphore

September 18, 2010 by Christoff Truter - 1 Comment

How to restrict the number of threads that is allowed to access a pool of resources

C#   Threading