Visual Studio 11 is packed with new features to help you be a more efficient, productive developer. Here's your guided tour.
Many developers are worried about the compatibility of Silverlight with Metro-style applications. This project shows that those fears are overblown.
The office where Peter L. works was abuzz with excitement one morning a few months ago when the familiar, bland corporate art was missing from the wall opposite the elevators.
The problem isn't Windows Phone: Rather, it's the people selling Windows Phone, who are mostly clueless about what it can do.
Readers react to a column discussing the future of Silverlight.
Major browsers support CSS3 gradients (including Internet Explorer 10), but with different rendering engines, it's still good to have fallbacks.
Implementing one of three interfaces can turn your business classes into self-validating components that seamlessly integrate into WPF, Silverlight and ASP.NET MVC applications -- and can be easily extended to other environments.
A certain Darwinian evolution is taking place at Microsoft. Some product species are more fit, with better chances for survival. You can understand and work with Microsoft's changes, rather than being passively impacted by them.
The Telerik Kendo UI framework for HTML5 apps is an excellent product. But even if you like it, should you buy a set of jQuery plug-ins that you can assemble together for free?