XAML Renaming for Everything

All recent .NET technologies for User Interface (UI) are based on XAML. WPF, Silverlight, Windows Phone and WinRT use XAML to define elements, events, data binding and other aspects of UI. Some of these technologies are new and inspirational... Sometimes they are tasteless: But still they all are based on…

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XAML Renaming for WPF

Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) technology was officially released on November 6, 2006 as a part of .NET Framework 3.0. During the first 4 years it did not get enough attention from developers due to painful font rendering bug which caused blurry text appearance. Performance was far from the perfect state…

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A New Stunning Feature: Code Virtualization

Consider yourself in a situation when you are working on a security-sensitive part of your application’s code. Here is one of your methods:

private static byte[] ComputeLicenseHash(int y)  
    int v = _mySalt ^ y;
    var h = new MD5CryptoServiceProvider();
    var hash = h.ComputeHash(BitConverter.GetBytes(v));
    return hash;

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High-level Optimization for .NET Applications. Delivered

Eazfuscator.NET always takes care about the performance of your applications since the very beginning. I often find myself thinking about some exotic code transformation for the sake of better code protection and a few days later I decide to not go into it.

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Resource Encryption and Speed Improvements

Eazfuscator.NET 3.1 has been released just a few minutes ago, so I’m here to spread some words about it!

This release includes highly demanded features and improvements.

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Eazfuscator.NET 3.0 Released

I just want to say that Eazfuscator.NET 3.0 has been released just a couple of minutes ago. This release includes a great set of the new features: Assemblies embedding with encryption and compression. Assembly's dependencies can be embedded into the assembly itself, this is a great way for creating single-file…

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