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TargetInvocationException – How to break on the correct line


In many modern applications, you use Task or Threads to optimize your code. But when an exception occurred, you receive a generic exception like System.Reflection.TargetInvocationException: ‘Exception has been thrown by the target of an invocation.’ To avoid that in Visual

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ASP.NET MVC and Unity IoC


Since several years, software are becoming increasingly complex. A technique to simplify the maintenance is to use a design pattern that allows to remove the dependencies to difficult parts of the software (loosely-coupled design). The Dependency Injection Pattern is part

Posted in ASPNET, IoC, MVVM

How to bind to a Grouped Items ViewModel with sample data


In MVVM development, you need to define some items collections bindable to your User Interface (View).First, you must create your collection and items, next, you can create some samples and finally you need to bind these objects to your View

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