• Web Developer Central JavaScript

    Converting Callbacks to Promises

    JavaScript
    With promises, we get the ability to use async/await — syntax that can convert nested, hard-to-read functions into straightforward and easy-to-digest code. Let's take a look at how we can convert our own legacy code or other browser APIs such as geolocation, which still rely on callbacks, into Promise-ready functions.
    March 15, 2019
  • .NET Web

    Why Asynchronous data with SignalR is Smarter and Easier than WebAPI

    Over the last year, Microsoft has introduced two new frameworks to deliver data from our web servers: WebAPI and SignalR.  With these two frameworks, we can request and interact with our own custom data services on ASP.Net enabled servers.  In this article, you will learn why I am ready to declare SignalR the clear winner.
    October 08, 2013
  • .NET

    Async Support in Telerik JustCode

    The latest internal build of JustCode has been released with support for the asynchronous language features in the Microsoft Visual Studio Async CTP. Improvements to the semantic analyzer detect errors on usage of the async method modifier and await operators in C# and Visual Basic. This feature will be available for the general public in JustCode Q2 SP1. If you’re new to the async and await keywords and would like to know to learn asynchronous programming with C# 5, refer to Going Asynchronous. I provide an example of a twitter client using synchronous programming, the current way of doing asynchronous...
    August 19, 2011