A study and toolkit for asynchronous programming in c#

@inproceedings{Okur2014ASA,
  title={A study and toolkit for asynchronous programming in c#},
  author={Semih Okur and David L. Hartveld and Danny Dig and Arie van Deursen},
  booktitle={ICSE},
  year={2014}
}
Asynchronous programming is in demand today, because responsiveness is increasingly important on all modern devices. Yet, we know little about how developers use asynchronous programming in practice. Without such knowledge, developers, researchers, language and library designers, and tool providers can make wrong assumptions. We present the first study that analyzes the usage of asynchronous programming in a large experiment. We analyzed 1378 open source Windows Phone (WP) apps, comprising… CONTINUE READING

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