Proposing a software architecture that supports unlimited number of plugable components. I am introducing the BeeHive architecture. Please feel free to provide your feedback and point out the problems. I would very much appreciate that.
This post introduces a nuget package, Atl.Repository.Standard, a simple .net standard repository that support DI and multi-tenancy, out of the box.
In this short Article I am presenting how you initialize the service provider to inject the repository properly.
In recent days, in one of my projects, we found an innocently looking bug that was a little too overweight - sometimes weighing more than 6GB in size in a 8GB web server. Well, a memory leak that caused the application pool to crash by exhausting the system memory. So I thought that, why not... Continue Reading →
Introduction Before I begin lets discuss about a common development scenario and how we might deal with it - Suppose we have a requirement as follows (This was a real-time scenario once for me )- The system will collect table data from flat files, like - plain text (txt). The task is to collect column... Continue Reading →
Hi, First of all, Automatic Reference Counting or ARC in the new Apple LLVM 3.0 compiler is a very interesting feature and I found it very useful, cause, I don't have to worry about my pointers anymore. But the problem I faced is that, I have a lot of projects built on earlier version of... Continue Reading →
Ok, first of all I am not really sure which version I am using right now, but since I got it from gitorious master about 3 days back I am guessing its probably 1.5M1. Anyway, lets get to the point, it seems after running ./ant run-install-seed in my open taps installation I can't login. I... Continue Reading →
Hello All, As a coder sometimes I have to crush my head on the desk for not finding a feasible solution to a problem. One problem that almost had me finished is uploading image files from iPhone to asp.net website. Both the website and iPhone application was developed by me and thus I had to... Continue Reading →