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Posts: articles
Creating Roslyn API-based static analyzer for C#
Valery Komarov
After you read this article, you'll have the knowledge to create your own static analyzer for C#. With the help of the analyzer, you can find potential errors and vulnerabilities in the source code of your own and other projects. Are you intrigued? Well, let's get started.
Sep 23 2021
How Visual Studio 2022 ate up 100 GB of memory and what XML bombs had to do with it
Sergey Vasiliev
In April 2021 Microsoft announced a new version of its IDE – Visual Studio 2022 – while also announcing that the IDE would be 64-bit. We've been waiting for this for so long – no more 4 GB memory limitations! However, as it turned out, it's not all that simple...
Sep 07 2021
PVS-Studio C#: what to do if project preparation takes too long or freezes?
Sergey Vasiliev
Some users of the PVS-Studio C# analyzer faced a problem: the project preparing stage either took much time or even froze. This article covers how the problem manifested itself and how we fixed it.
Sep 07 2021
What's new in C# 9: overview
Konstantin Volohovsky
Although C# 9 came out over half a year ago, the community is still processing its immense list of changes and has yet to discover best practices for the new features. It's a great excuse to go over C# 9 features one more time.
Aug 30 2021
XSS: attack, defense - and C# programming
Valery Komarov
XSS - or cross-site scripting - is one of the most common vulnerabilities in web applications. It has been on the OWASP Top 10 list (the list of the most critical security risks to web applications) for a while now. So let's figure out together how your browser can acquire and execute a script from a third-party website, and what this may lead to (spoiler: your cookies could get stolen, for example). And while we're at it, we'll talk about ways you can protect yourself from XSS.
Tutorial: how to port a project from Interop Word API to Open XML SDK
Victoria Khanieva, Svyatoslav Razmyslov
With the .NET5 release further development of some projects was questionable due to the complexity of porting. One can abandon small outdated libraries or find a replacement. But it's hard to throw away Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.dll. Microsoft doesn't plan to add compatibility with .NET Core/5+, so in this article we focus on creating Word files with Open XML SDK.
Aug 20 2021
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