Microsoft researchers published a paper on low-code large language models (LLMs) that could be used for machine learning projects such as ChatGPT, the sentient-sounding chatbot from OpenAI.
Microsoft's ongoing revamp of the Windows Community Toolkit (WCT) is providing multiple benefits, including making it easier for developer to contribute to the project, which is a collection of helpers, extensions and custom controls for building UWP and .NET apps for Windows.
"We at Codeium have removed GPL licensed code from our training data, guaranteeing peace of mind to our users."
It helps developers infuse advanced AI technology into their apps, including wildly popular generative AI systems like ChatGPT and GPT-4 from Microsoft partner OpenAI.
Offering .NET UI controls for mobile, web and desktop development, the release is available in a free trial.
"This is the beginnings of the Blazor unification effort to enable using Blazor components for all your web UI needs, client-side and server-side."
Released last week, .NET MAUI (.NET Multi-platform App UI) in .NET 8 Preview 3 mostly continues the effort to improve the quality of UI controls, layout and memory management, Microsoft said.
In the new .NET 8 Preview 3, Microsoft introduced initial support for native Ahead-of-Time (AOT) compilation in the framework's web-dev component, ASP.NET Core.
A large, engaged community of open source developers is awaiting a milestone release of Avalonia, a cross-platform UI framework for .NET that boasts more than 2.2 million installs.
In-editor chat and a Chat view are available in a waitlisted technical preview.
Since recently introducing the open source Semantic Kernel to help developers use AI large language models (LLMs) in their apps, Microsoft has been busy improving it, publishing new guidance on how to use it and touting its capabilities.
Responding to user requests for a more seamless startup experience, Uno Platform 4.8 introduces a new App Template wizard to do just that.
The new ledger feature in SQL Server 2022 provides blockchain-based security to ensure data isn't tampered with.
Developers can now sign up for a private preview of enhanced chat capabilities coming to GitHub Copilot, the "AI pair programmer" that works in the Visual Studio 2022 IDE and in Visual Studio Code.
GPT-4, the advanced generative AI model from Microsoft partner OpenAI, is now powering the new GitHub Copilot X and the Azure OpenAI Service.
Microsoft shipped TypeScript 5.0 with new features claimed to make the language smaller, simpler and faster.
A new tool that can generate code is being previewed in the Visual Studio Code Insiders channel seeks to ease the tedious data preparation process that data scientists need to go through to get good data for successful analysis projects.
Microsoft has open sourced an internal incubation project that can help developers integrate cutting-edge AI models quickly and easily into their apps.
Power Platform "is reinventing software development with AI-powered no-code development."
There are a raft of minor improvements for the brand-new Visual Studio 2022 v17.6 Preview 2, with accompanying release notes revealing that the IDE is ditching the baked-in Edge Developer Tools