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Pete I have an Asynchronus process that is reporting back to the UI at regularintervals.
I read several posts on how to use delegates to make thishappen.
Fortunately, fixing this issue is quite straight forward with async await. The purpose of this class is to provide a model to make communication between threads easier and more robust. If it is within 50ms, then the method returns, otherwise it carries on.
First of all, lets look at the completed code behind file. The Synchronization Context class is a class belonging to the . Using this check we can change how frequently we want to update the UI. Next we post a call to the , but what is the difference?
This is another simple example that will help you to make your applications more responsive.
Although this example used Winforms as that is the space I am in at the moment, it is just as relevant for WPF too.
So far so good, but sometimes it’s necessary to update the UI from this background thread.
If you ever tried to access an UI element from a background thread, you have already noticed that an exception is thrown.
seen the same problem with cut/paste in the wrong format, might try going over notepad as in cup and paste to notepad and from there to web...
In this article, I want to take this a little further with another example.
I have recently had to go and maintain an old c# Winforms application (yes I know winforms is a little old and considered the new vb6 but the application works and still provides value) that needed some new features adding.
I read several posts on how to use delegates to make this happen.
But for some reason my application just hangs, nothing being written it just hangs.
when I comment out the "Invoke(new Update Text Callback(Update Text));" it works fine. public partial class Form1 : Form public static class Event Monitor I have an Asynchronus process that is reporting back to the UI at regular intervals.