Tracking down performance problems in your application can be a frustrating experience. Reduce your stress levels with custom counters.
- By Benjamin Day
Fewer obstacles, agile improvements and continuous feedback in Visual Studio 2012 with Team Foundation Server remove your team's roadblocks to higher-quality software and maintenance.
- By Brian Randell
Data binding is central to Windows Phone Development. Here's a refresher for old pros, and an introduction for newbies.
- By Nick Randolph
Microsoft released Visual Studio 2012 and the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 during the final month of the summer, providing developers with the next wave of tools designed for building Windows 8 applications.
- By Readers of Visual Studio Magazine
- By Andrew J. Brust
Get a preview of the upcoming conference in this issue.
If you want the flexibility to work with almost any e-mail system -- on the client or the server -- then Aspose.Email is probably your solution.
How to implement a custom Task Parallel Dataflow block.
The difference between Structs and Classes isn't about data vs. code: it's about what happens when you move the data around. And sometimes you want a Struct, not a Class.
In Part 2 of this three-part series on dataflow programming with the Task Parallel Library, Eric Vogel shows you how to create a Windows 8 application that uses a composite parallel data flow.
Traditional software company Adage Technologies adapts to the sea change that is Windows 8.
Save yourself some work by using templates in Visual Studio.
How do we as developers present data to a user? In Android, we use the ListView in its various forms.
- By Wallace McClure
With more than 600,000 downloads of Visual Studio 2012 in a less than 4 weeks, the new IDE has the fastest download rate in the product's history.
- By Kathleen Richards
TFS 2012 has improved on the team concept to create logical teams, or groups, of members for different projects.
- By Mickey Gousset
Develop and test in a WCF Service Library project while hosting your application in an ASP.NET project.
Peter returns to the ASP.NET Web API in Visual Studio 2012 to use it with ASP.NET. And this time, he's moving complete objects from the client up to the server in an HTTP POST.
The major challenge when working with permutations is that the factorial function gets very, very large very, very quickly. The BigInteger data type was introduced in the .NET Framework 4.0; it enables the writing of effective permutation code.
- By James McCaffrey
- By Michael Crump
The Silverlight 5 PivotViewer allows you to create unique and interactive data visualizations for your users. Find out how to effectively use this technology and incorporate semantic zoom into your data collections.
- By Tony Champion