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Practical Multithreading for Client Apps

Posted By: Faizal     Posted Date: December 17, 2009    Points: 2   Category :.NET Framework
 
Writing applications that use multiple threads is often considered an advanced programming task, prone to errors. In this month's column, I'll focus on a practical application of multithreading in Windows® Forms applications with some real benefits, while attempting to keep things simple. My goal is to present multithreading in an approachable way that addresses a very common need: writing applications with a user interface that remain responsive to the user.


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