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Also keep in mind that the dispatched method will be executed asynchronously and will thus continue execution in the background thread immediately after the Begin Invoke call without waiting for the dispatched method to execute.
For me doesn't work =(I have this exception in background Worker1. Invalid Operation Exception' occurred in but was not handled in user code.
This was an easy fix and I wanted to add this as guidance for having a good experience with progress bars in your phone apps. Jeff Wilcox is a Principal Software Engineer at Microsoft in the Open Source Programs Office, helping Microsoft scale to 10,000 engineers using, contributing to and releasing open source.
When programming on Silverlight it is quite common to create additional threads to handle background processing, client-server communication and similar non-interactive tasks.
Additional information: This Background Worker is currently busy and cannot run multiple tasks concurrently."Binging is like googling, it just feels dirtier.
(Luc Pattyn) Binging is like googling, it just feels dirtier. If you see anyone not doing this, please send them here!Your application’s progress bar should look good, but it should minimize its cost as much as possible to ensure that the available CPU cycles are spent doing your hard work – parsing code, making and processing web requests, and responding to the user’s touch input – all of which happens on the UI thread.This is because it the indeterminate animation is built up of 5 sliding rectangles, built from Slider controls with custom thumbs, and all that work needs to happen five times over every single frame on the UI stack. When looking at this particular app, this was being used to show/hide the indeterminate progress bar.It means that the continuous animations and storyboard is Now this should have also data bound the Is Indeterminate property. (Pete O'Hanlon) BTW, in software, hope and pray is not a viable strategy.