EF7 Beta 6 adds data annotations, customization of reverse engineer via templates, and support for raw SQL commands.
Visual Studio developers can use a number of Web Essentials features to speed up Web development.
Along with VS 2015 and .NET 4.6, VS 2012 Update 5 RC is now available, and with it come a few fixes and the capability to allow projects to be renamed.
The ListView in Xamarin.Forms has a lot of options, and the ability to use a custom cell is one of the more useful features.
Changes in licensing allows anyone with the basic CAL to get access to features that were available only to premium subscribers.
If there's some piece of data that you find interesting, you don't have to keep asking Visual Studio to display it. Instead, you can keep it around for as long as you want -- even when the code it's part of isn't on the screen.
A View without any code is probably impossible in any real-world application. But, by leveraging Partial Views, you can still separate your View-related code from your HTML.
DocumentDB brings together the best of No-SQL and the cloud, to give you a robust scalable data persistence engine. Here's what you need to know to start developing projects with it.
Neural Network Lab
Let's explore mini-batch training, the third among a variety of back-propagation algorithms you can use for training a neural network.
Also released is Visual Studio 2013 Update 5, which rolls up a number of bug fixes but also adds features for developers to perform load testing of apps via an Azure site globally from within Team Foundation Server.
Now that Visual Studio 2015 is upon us, here's a brief overview of the capabilities of the .NET Compiler Platform.
An update to Microsoft's cross-platform code editor adds support for the popular scripting language.
Because your Action methods are really just methods, you can use them like any other method.
Domain-Driven Design claims that it provides a strategy for building applications that will grow and evolve over time without collapsing under their own complexity. It does that by upsetting some conventional wisdom.
You lose some functionality with the default editor in Visual Studio 2013. Here's how to quickly switch back and get the functionality you were used to.