Rather than arbitrarily deciding what code goes into an application and what goes into your business objects, you can lean on the rules that experienced developers have learned to follow to make those crucial decisions.
Point release now allows Visual Studio 2013 developers to gain access to Azure management tools, such as Cloud Explorer, HDInsight, and others.
You'd think that rounding should be simple, but why is it causing Ryan so much trouble? You can thank his managers for that.
Along with Sprint 87 release, a user name anomaly in Visual Studio Code that affects developers on Windows machine is also fixed.
Peter returns to his AJAX-enabled ASP.NET MVC application to show how Partial Views and TypeScript work together to simplify delivering a Single-page application.
You're a smart developer and so it's possible to do everything yourself. But your chance of success improves if you build a team to help you get your app to market. Here's why.
If you've been creating Data Transfer Objects that integrate several objects into one, then you've created what domain-driven design (DDD) calls an aggregate. But there are some rules you need to follow if you want to reap the benefits that DDD promises toward performance, maintainability and scalability.
Team Project Rename, a new feature introduced in VS 2015, now a capability for VS 2012 projects.
New 'Proxy By Name' feature allows Visual Studio developers to view metadata of the underlying binaries.
In this article Nick Randolph breaks down XAML for the Universal Windows Platform using the Live Visual Tree and Live Property Explorer tool windows in Visual Studio 2015.
You need System.IO.Path, especially its Combine method.
The Open Data Protocol allows for creation and consumption of REST APIs. Sam Nasr demonstrates OData 4 in a sample app that demonstrates containment, a new feature for facilitating data access.
It's now easier than ever to create polished Android experiences. Greg Shackles shows how using Google's new Material Design style.
C# developers spend an unfortunate amount of time trying to determine which brackets really match up. There are at least three different ways to do that and Peter's betting that you don't know one of them.
Augment your testing framework with Shouldly for improved test code readability and better test failure messages.