Peter continues to extend his jQuery/jTemplate case study by supporting deletes of multiple rows with a single mouse click.
Microsoft is aligning with former rival Intuit to help bring Intuit's large contingent of QuickBooks users into the cloud.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft on Tuesday released a free search engine optimization tool for Web sites.
A combination of client-side code, WCF services, and jQuery lets you retrieve data from your sever and display it to the user using Web Services and client-side code.
Microsoft is joining the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C's) Scalable Vector Graphics Working Group.
After a year of dramatic growth, Google's Chrome has become the third most popular browser behind Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Mozilla's Firefox.
- By Anne Watkins
Still rooted to traditional dev models? Learning the skills and processes to span on-premises and cloud scenarios is fundamental for Visual Studio developers in 2010.
- By Kathleen Richards
Silverlight offers impressive talents and more than a few frustrations. From customizing your application UI to battling obscure bugs and error messages, this column helps with the transition to Silverlight tools.
- By Kathleen Dollard
Amazon has launched the beta for Spot Instances, which lets developers and customers bid for unused capacity on Amazon's EC2 service.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Peter deals with all the people who want to disable the Back button. First, he tells them to stop asking but (finally) breaks down and suggests a solution.
Google has fixed bugs in Google Chrome Frame, including one that Microsoft called out as a security problem.
Google's previously under-wraps operating system is now available to developers as open source code, the company announced on Thursday.
Java/.NET interoperability solutions provider JNBridge is adding features to the next release of its core interop tool that will integrate distributed transactions between enterprise Java and .NET platforms.
- By John K. Waters
You can't always make all of your data retrieval decisions at design time -- sometimes you have to wait for the user to tell you what data to get. Peter shows you how to work with a DataSource to retrieve data dynamically at runtime.
Despite recent initiatives, the possibility of a machine-readable Web extolled by World Wide Web creator Sir Tim Berners-Lee still faces many obstacles, he admitted recently at a conference.
- By Joab Jackson