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17 May 2013

Continuation Tasks

Last week I posted a video on Starting Asynchronous Work Using Tasks. This week's video is on Continuation Tasks. Continuation tasks allow you to control the flow of asynchronous operations. They are especially useful for passing data between asynchronous operations. Continuation tasks are normally created using the Task.ContinueWith method. They also can be created using methods like TaskFactory.ContinueWhenAll.

Posted by Scott Fleischman at May 17, 2013 02:40 PM