Web Development


IDE Evolution

Is Microsoft enhancing your user experience in Visual Studio 2010 and beyond?

Make Your Code Clear

There are multiple ways to solve every problem. Strive for code that communicates your intent and makes your meaning clear for every developer who uses it.

Build and Debug Web Parts with SharePoint Extensions

Visual Studio 2008 Extensions for SharePoint makes developing and testing Web Parts almost easy, provided you install it correctly.

SharePoint Reflections

Plus, saying good-bye to RDN.

ERWin Data Modeler and ComponentOne LiveLinq

New tools for data modeling and a new class library for LINQ.

XML Literals, WCF and LINQ

Learn how to create powerful templates that can be called from both client- and server-side code.

What's Old Is New Again

Aligning SQL in the cloud to SQL on the ground is about more than just common sense. It's about getting things done.

Automation Design Canvas Boasts Advanced Web Testing

Run repeatable, automated tests of Web applications as you develop them with this high-end tool.

Working with MEF

Learn how to free your application from dependencies and interchange implementations using Managed Extensibility Framework.

Microsoft Revamps SQL Data Services (SDS) Cloud Database

A pure relational database in the cloud will be offered by Microsoft via its forthcoming Azure Services Platform.

Facebook Adds Adobe ActionScript Integration for Developers

Facebook and Adobe Systems today said they have formed a partnership to ease the development of Flash-based applications on the popular social networking service.

Microsoft Releases ASP.NET MVC

More than a year after its first community technology preview was released, ASP.NET Model View Controller has finally shipped.

Microsoft, IBM Execs Lament IDE Challenges at EclipseCon

The evolution of IDEs is not keeping pace with hardware advances and significant trends like cloud computing, according to two unlikely bedfellows: the lead developers for IBM's Eclipse tools team and Microsoft's Visual Studio organization.

New Tools at EclipseCon Reach for Clouds

Numerous software suppliers last week took the wraps off new Eclipse-based tools, and a few were brought to cloud-based services.

Microsoft Promotes Tools for Silverlight on Mac

Microsoft's attempts to plug in to cross-platform got more convincing last week when development on the Macintosh became a reality with Silverlight 3.

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