Using the Task Parallel Library (TPL) in WPF

Posted by: The Code Project Latest Articles, on 02 Dec 2013 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Keeping a WPF application responsive involves using background processes to handle long running tasks, and the TPL makes this programming task easier than ever. It also provides a way to cancel the task asynchronously and to update the UI (for example, with a progress bar) from the background proces...

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