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May 26, 2009  3:44 PM

Our readership survey is in!

Posted by: YuvalShavit
.NET Programming Languages, ASP.NET, C#, Open source, VB.NET, Visual Studio and the .NET Framework, VS 2005 and .NET 2.0, VS 2008 and .NET 3.5

The vast majority of SearchWinDevelopment.com readers are using modern tools, but a significant number of them are also interested in maintaining legacy applications, according to a readership survey conducted by the site. A preliminary look at the survey reveals that 87% are using Visual Studio...

April 3, 2009  5:41 PM

Microsoft puts ASP.NET MVC out as open source

Posted by: YuvalShavit
ASP.NET, Web applications

Here's a funny April Fool's joke: Microsoft's MVC is going open source, according to a blog post by Scott Guthrie on Wednesday. But the punch line isn't that MVC is really closed source — ...

July 17, 2008  1:14 PM

ASP.NET Ajax Roundtable

Posted by: YuvalShavit

The Ajax interface has proved an interesting animal. Many people trace asynchronous JavaScript use back to Microsoft's early Outlook Web clients, but it was not promoted by Microsoft much until open-source AJAX [for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML] as used by Google became popular about three...

May 2, 2008  12:10 PM

ASP.NET scaling the Web

Posted by: YuvalShavit

Richard Campbell and Kent Alstad of Strangeloop recently presented strategies to improve scaling in the ASP.NET environment. They look at some performance forumlae, and look at the challenging issues in measuring each performance element. "The ASP.NET techniques that work effectively for 10,000...

March 7, 2008  3:00 PM

Using Master Pages in Visual Studio 2008

Posted by: Brein Matturro
ASP.NET, General Microsoft news, VS 2008 and .NET 3.5, WinForms

The way you use Master pages has changed in Visual Studio 2008.  Remember, how in Visual Studio 2005 when you add a new Web Form in ASP.NET applications - you get to choose a master page to apply to the Web form.  If you choose to use a Master page - then the page that is added, when you check...

February 25, 2008  9:39 PM

Community Server steward Telligent rolls out Graffiti CMS engine

Posted by: YuvalShavit

SearchWinDevelopment.com recently caught up with Rob Howard, who graced these pages in the Pre Silverlight Days. Howard rode the first blog wave at Microsoft, and has continued on the social...

January 29, 2008  11:03 AM

Lang.NET shows Iron Python with Robotics Studio, JScript on DLR

Posted by: YuvalShavit
ASP.NET, C#, Dynamic Languages, Silverlight

Microsoft's Lang.NET Symposium 2008 got up and running yesterday. C# father Anders Hejlsberg talked about C# 3.0 features, IronPython guru Hugunin discussed the Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR) and IronPython, and Pratap Lakshman from the...

December 21, 2007  12:06 PM

How does ASP.NET Ajax rate among Ajax frameworks?

Posted by: YuvalShavit

There's Ajax and there's Ajax. There is Ajax in the Java world where it's

December 11, 2007  1:39 PM

ASP.NET 3.5 Extensions — Silverlight, Astoria, the MVC, oh my!

Posted by: Brian Eastwood
ASP.NET, Database development and architecture

Microsoft is taking this season of giving thing pretty seriously. First there was Visual Studio 2008 and

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November 29, 2007  12:53 PM

Want a Rich Text Editor? Go to CodePlex

Posted by: Brian Eastwood
.NET programming downloads, ASP.NET

Lotta folks have been bringing up the Rich Text Editor, a control written in ASP.NET and JavaScript that has been posted on CodePlex, Microsoft's code-sharing site.


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