In TypeScript 1.4, you get type-safe support even when you may be working with multiple types, better type checking when inferring types and aliases for type definitions.
Amazon opening up its Android-based tablet app platform means developers can target their apps for yet another revenue opportunity.
Less than a month after the first public preview of SQL Server 2016, Microsoft has released an update that for the first time puts the flagship relational database into "rapid preview" cadence.
Xamarin Forms makes the hard work of navigation in apps from device to device a much simpler developer proposition. Here's what I've learned so far.
At DockerCon, a demo during a keynote shows Visual Studio Code capable of editing of Docker Compose files via an extension that will be available at the next update.
Look out Microsoft. New Big Data services with a taste of SQL highlighted a bevy of new offerings added to the Oracle Cloud Platform yesterday.
You've developed a killer app that you know other developers and users want. Are you ready to take it to market? It's time to do some research and see where this new venture can take you. (First in a series.)
At Visual Studio Live! in San Francisco, keynote speaker Kris Lankford urges developers working with C#, ASP.NET, and a number of Microsoft dev tools to embrace the cloud or get left behind.
How to unit test view model validation, focusing on the controller when the model is bound to a controller action.
Structures can now have a default constructor but you have to be careful how you use the structure to ensure that your constructor actually runs.
If users enter an invalid URL, then ASP.NET MVC will handle the problem by issuing a generic HTTP error. Here's how to give users more support (plus some advice on avoiding the problem altogether).
Amazon Web Services unveiled a new Microsoft SQL Server Enterprise Edition offering for the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud.
Nick Randolph investigates the inner workings of the new compiled data binding support available to Windows platform developers in the Universal Windows Platform.
Redmond's release of several tools for developing apps on Apple platforms during the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference couldn't have been timed any better.
When things go wrong in production, logging provides a way of going back through an application's history to find out what happened. Here's the simplest possible way to use Peter's favorite third-party logging utility: NLog.