I’d like to introduce a library for accessing app settings in the App.config and Web.config. Unlike standard ConfigurationManager, ConfigEx additionally allows reading configs of other assemblies used in the project. Moreover, it is strongly typed, has a mechanism of settings overriding and allows applying automatic conversion of values.
WPF Async Pack is a small library for creating asynchronous WPF applications. It’s not a framework, it was created mainly for the small applications where installing heavy frameworks is just overkill. It doesn’t have any dependencies and contains such the most used classes as AsyncCommand and BaseViewModel.
You can see examples of global system-wide hot keys almost in every application: media players, chats, different tray tools. The application can be minimized or even hidden, but you can control it by pressing hot keys no matter what is in focus right now. Unfortunately, .NET Framework doesn’t contain convenient classes or methods for setting up global system-wide hot keys. The only way to achieve this is to use the Windows API functions.
In the part 1 I have explained how to use Skype API and posted some code examples. In this part I will tell you about the result of my work – an open-source application Skype Auto Recorder that is used now in the conference room and workplaces in my company for recording Skype conversations with clients.