Nick Randolph discussed how Windows Phone applications can be deployed within a company using enterprise distribution.
The data analytics company adds new tools for .NET developers who want to tap the vast information stores to customized apps.
Gartner, IDC chime in on why agile and more more strategic development needed to make mobile app development practices more successful.
Two issues related to the .NET Framework and ASP.NET are included in Microsoft's monthly security bulletin release.
You can set a temporary breakpoint and start debugging with one mouse click.
Visual Studio team offers a slew of new, untested features into an update to Visual Studio Online, mainly consisting of Work Item query improvements and incremental changes to displayed information.
The critical part of security isn't your code; it's the people using your applications. Because of that, increasing your security often makes your applications less secure.
An upgraded version of company's cross-platform development suite comes with increased connectivity and mobile options.
Context is king, and your app can easily create hyper-local experiences with iBeacons!
First preview of VS 2013.4 introduces a web-based pull request option for Git and enhancements mainly to TFS and Visual C++.
Version 3.1.2 of the Microsoft F# derivation has expanded portable library support and enables the Publish option in Web and Azure projects.
Peter turns the management of his single-page Backbone application over to Backbone itself by integrating Backbone Routers and Events. Plus: How to simplify your TypeScript code with longer namespaces.
Accessing Web APIs can be easily done using the HTTPClient Handler. This class expedites the development process in accessing data from a Web API, and allows for customizing the client handlers when the need arises.
Microsoft's Amanda Silver addressed the challenges of developing for a widening spectrum of devices infiltrating the enterprise, and demonstrated a few tools that have been added to the Visual Studio suite for tackling those challenges head on.
Here's an article about managing transactions that you don't need to read because, with one exception, Entity Framework will do the right thing by default. But, in the .NET Framework 4 and later, you can do more (if you ever need to).