Microsoft's Visual Studio team live-demo recent enhancements to the platforms that facilitate mobile device and cloud development.
DevXpress releases Version 15.1 with numerous bug fixes, but there's also a streamlining of features and weeding out of experimental features and functions.
Still in pre-release, updates are coming out fast for Application Insights SDK for Web Apps, including new ways to share customized charts.
Current Ultimate subscribers will notice a significant price reduction. Also: a Visual Studio 2015 timeline quick reference.
Microsoft has been running full steam ahead with its "open" development process. So what does it mean to those developing across disparate platforms? Scott Hanselman explains.
Promises make asynchronous processing simple, consistent and easy to use. And, with TypeScript and Promises.TypeScript providing support for generic Promises, you get both type safety and IntelliSense support.
Azure API Tools for Visual Studio 2013 gives developers a quick path to connecting to third-party REST APIs.
Developers can start using the Azure-based App Service apps, with other cross-platform/cross-device services available in preview.
Microsoft debuts Node.js Tools for Visual Studio version 1.0 after a year of development.
The collection of templates and functions for building Eclipse apps running on Azure now has support for building apps from Mac and Ubuntu.
Improvements to Kanban boards and bug fixes in this sprint means the march to final gets nearer and nearer.
The open source library for developing AJAX-Webified apps gets a much-needed face lift to get with the modern coding times.
Upcoming release will include some developer-requested features integrated into ADAL .NET and .NET Core to streamline use of OpenID and OAuth app protocols.
Python Tools for Visual Studio adds a number of user-requested features, including a centralized comments window, and the ability to launch and configure multiple Python environments.
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