Screencast: A ‘Hello World’ Example of .NET Reflection in Action

As part of my presentation at the October 2009 London .NET User Group event on .NET Attributes and Reflection (see: ) i did a walkthrough on how to use .NET reflection.

This demonstration walks you through the source code of creating a late-bound instance of a class from an assembly that was instantiated using reflection methods.  Once we have the instance of the class created we use reflection again to call one of its methods.

Click this link to view the screencast recording from the presentation:

I do not yet have the source code available to download because doesn’t allow me to post a .zip file.  Once I find another location to post it, I will share the link.  In the meantime feel free to contact me for it.



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One Response to Screencast: A ‘Hello World’ Example of .NET Reflection in Action

  1. Pingback: My Talk Titled, “.NET Attributes and Reflection – what a developer needs to know……” « IT is Possible – Dan Douglas is blogging

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