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C# 2008 and 2005 Threaded Programming: Beginner's Guide by Gastón C. Hillar

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Chapter 10. Parallelizing and Concurrently Updating the User Interface

In order to see the advantages of parallel algorithms and concurrency, we must create a continuous and precise user interface feedback. We have to provide information to the user about the things that are happening and the progress being made. In this chapter, we will combine everything we have learned so far with the possibilities offered by many specific structures to improve the user interface feedback, avoiding some concurrent programming nightmares. Reading it and following the exercises we shall:

  • Learn to make safe changes to the user interface from concurrent programming
  • Use the programming language capabilities to provide safe user interface updates without degrading ...

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