This article illustrates the implementation of a system tray application with WPF and the MVVM pattern. The full source code is in the GitHub repository.
The implementation has two distinctive points. First, it does not use notable WPF NotifyIcon because the license, CPOL, isn't compatible with any OSS licenses. Then, the implementation obeys the MVVM pattern and has no code behind.
This article shows a quite simple memory pool to make a thread-unsafe library thread-safe without performance degradation in single-threaded programs. Same as the previous article, this article is about DynaJson.
Thread-safety requires overhead to allocate an instance by each invocation to isolate data being altered. Unless thread-safety is required, we can use a static class or a singleton to eliminate any additional allocation.
You can use Physics.OverlapCapsule to get two Colliders overlapped with a CapsulCollider as above. This method takes the position and the size of a capsule and returns all Colliders overlapped by the capsule.
You can get the Colliders by configuring a Kinematic Rigidbody Trigger Collier and handling the OnTriggerEnter message, but the method is handy.
I developed a JSON Parser for C# named DynaJson. It is very strict to the standard of RFC 8259. It accepts all conformant and rejects all non-conformant JSONs except for two exceptions.
One exception is trailing-commas. Another is leading 0 in numbers, for example, 02 and -02. The former is for practicality. The latter is for compatibility with DynamicJson.
JSON's grammar is simple, but carelessly implemented parsers don't accept all conformant and not reject non-conformant JSONs. An excellent article of Parsing JSON is a Minefield shows where mines are in implementing JSON parsers.
In a native Docker environment, you can mount /source in a container host onto /destination in a container by docker run -v /source:/destination and access it from the container.
Well then, how can you mount C:\Source in Windows onto /destination in a container on Docker for Windows? You can't directly mount C:\Source in the VM host into the container, of course.
As the first step, you have to set up C:\Source as a shared folder for a VM when you create it with docker-machine. You can specify the shared folder with the --virtualbox-share-folder option of the VirtualBox deriver as follows.