There's no way to tell just by looking at a list whether the list supports multiple or single selections.
If you haven't checked out CSS, understanding the most often used core selectors is a good place to start.
How to schedule live tile and badge updates in a Windows 8 application.
Peter pays a final visit to the WCF 4.5 WebSockets implementation to take advantage of the WebSocketService class and build a service in six lines of code (not counting configuration and client-side code, of course).
ASP.NET Web API allows you to write a service once and provide different output formats with little effort on the developer's side.
The Altova MissionKit is a bundle of great tools that work together, but unlike a control suite, the cost savings may not add up for some shops.
While we often talk of how we can leverage OSS to deliver a higher-quality product, rarely do we talk about how we can give back to the OSS community.
The cloud wars heat up as Amazon promises easier deployment and scalability for database and application developers.
In the upcoming versions of Microsoft Web development tools, ASP.NET makes data binding more flexible while ASP.NET MVC makes creating AJAX applications and building mobile applications easier, among other goodies in both environments.
Peter introduces WCF 4.5's support for WebSockets first by describing why you care and then by setting up to build a bi-directional service using Windows Server 8, and Visual Studio 11.
PowerPoint Storyboarding, a new feature of Visual Studio 11, brings new dimensions to UI design.
- By Mark Michaelis
Scott Hanselman, senior program manager in Microsoft's Developer Division, said that the decision wasn't really about open source: "This is about open development."
- By John K. Waters
Major browsers support CSS3 gradients (including Internet Explorer 10), but with different rendering engines, it's still good to have fallbacks.
A certain Darwinian evolution is taking place at Microsoft. Some product species are more fit, with better chances for survival. You can understand and work with Microsoft's changes, rather than being passively impacted by them.
- By Andrew J. Brust
The Telerik Kendo UI framework for HTML5 apps is an excellent product. But even if you like it, should you buy a set of jQuery plug-ins that you can assemble together for free?