How to use FiddlerCore including a detailled explanation of how to register sticky certificates to be able to also capture https: Using FiddlerCore to capture HTTP Requests with .NET – Rick Strahl’s Web Log. Could be added into a logging solution.
All in one convenient place: Bizcoder – HttpClient, it lives, and it is glorious.
When we know that only 7 of 74 function are documented, we understand this list can very usefull: Swift Standard Library: Documented and undocumented built-in functions in the Swift standard library – the complete list with all 74 functions | practicalswift.com.
I was pretty sure to already have blogged about this ugly syntax: “pack://application:,,,” but apparently not.
This ugly syntax to get Uri referencing internal resources (Build action to Resource) is described here Pack URIs in WPF: “application:,,,” stands for “application:///” but ‘/’ must be replaced by ‘,’
Now it’s done.
It’s a good example of keep it simple and don’t try to take into account the entire world.
As said in title, await will be available in catch and finally block in VS14. This removes a “difficult-to-understand” limitation of VS up to 2013.
We can hope more welcome evolution thanks to Roselyn adoption. Perhaps also evolutions in yield (yield return in a try/catch bloc or yield return of any Enumerable<T>). I hope so.