I've always been a data guy. I think data maintenance, sharing and analysis is the inspiration for almost all line-of-business software, and technology that makes any or all of it easier is key to platform success.
- By Andrew J. Brust
Microsoft ASP.NET Senior Program Manager Stephen Walther Talks with Peter Vogel about jQuery, AJAX and ASP.NET 4.
Microsoft is enabling developers to use familiar tools and skills to build Silverlight applications for the Windows Phone 7 Series.
- By Kathleen Richards
Silverlight news will play a major part in Microsoft's annual MIX10 conference for Web developers and designers in Las Vegas next week.
- By Kathleen Richards
Microsoft cited progress on IE 8 use on Tuesday, suggesting that more Web developers are trusting the user experience with its newest browser.
The speaker lineup at this year's annual RSA Security Conference and Expo, underway this week in San Francisco, is packing some serious federal heat.
- By John K. Waters
Explore the nuances of using WCF Services with Silverlight, and learn troubleshooting tips for working with Visual Studio 2010 and the .NET Framework 4.
- By Kathleen Dollard
Mickey wraps up his series on Web Testing with a look at validating Web tests.
- By Mickey Gousset
Peter Vogel continues to extend his client-side case study by using jTemplate to extend a table to support inserts -- and then sending the user's data to the server to update the database.
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