12/1/2010

Silverlight Features

With HTML5 promising native support for video and animation, what can developers expect from Silverlight in the months ahead?


In-Depth

Silverlight, Windows Phone 7 and the Multi-Touch Thumb

For many Silverlight programmers, the most exciting news about Windows Phone 7 is its support for Silverlight as one of its two programming interfaces (the other is XNA).


Improving ASP.NET Security with Visual Studio 2010 Code Analysis

Anyone doing ASP.NET development probably admits, openly or not, to introducing or stumbling upon a security issue at some point during their career.


Silverlight Futures

With HTML5 promising native support for video and animation, what can developers expect from Silverlight in the months to come?


DevDisasters

The .NET Whistleblower

Terry had spent the better part of the past decade digging through the trenches of QuidCorp's flagship application QuidFlow -- a program used to flowchart business processes.


Frameworks

Looking Forward

If there's one constant in the world of Visual Studio development, it's change.


Letters from Readers

Letters to the Editor

A reader responds to "Protect What's Yours" (November 2010), in which Andrew Brust expressed concerns about Microsoft's ability to defend its ground.


Redmond Review

Whither BizTalk

BizTalk Server is a blockbuster product, but it's also a sleeper. Andrew Brust explains why BizTalk could be headed for big things in the cloud.


VSInsider

The HTML5 Factor

During the 2010 Microsoft Professional Developers Conference (PDC) in late October, the keynote address demonstrated Internet Explorer 9 and its superb support for HTML5.


Product Reviews

Designing Databases with ERwin Data Modeler 7.3

This complete package takes care of modeling data and managing the resulting designs -- provided you're using entity-relationship modeling to design your databases.


Manage Database Design with Red Gate SQL Source Control

Red Gate SQL Source Control is a useful tool for SQL Server developers using TFS or Subversion, but falls short in managing database design changes.


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