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January 21, 2009  10:47 AM

Windows 7: The new Mojave



Posted by: YuvalShavit
Client applications

Microsoft's "Mojave Experiment" was an interesting case of managing expectations. Convinced that Vista OS had gotten the short shrift, Microsoft demoed its next OS, Mojave, to a slew...

January 12, 2009  2:44 PM

Mono brings C# to the iPhone, Wii



Posted by: YuvalShavit
C#, Mobile applications

Mono is best known as an open source implementation of .NET, but as we mentioned in our coverage of Mono...

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April 8, 2008  1:51 PM

Microsoft Opens to Eclipse?



Posted by: YuvalShavit
General Microsoft news, Windows Presentation Foundation

Microsoft is working to make it easier for Eclipse developers write code for Windows apps. Microsoft will...

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March 17, 2008  11:00 AM

LINQ, WPF supported in Visual Studio 2008



Posted by: YuvalShavit
Ajax, VS 2008 and .NET 3.5, Windows Presentation Foundation

Now that VS 2008 is out of the box, so to speak, it appears that a new era in Windows development is upon us. Language-Integrated Query is one of several game-changing technologies now supported in the Microsoft software kit. Although it is still early and there is a lot of learning to do, LINQ is...


February 27, 2008  11:57 AM

Microsoft releases .NET Micro Framework Version 2.5 updates



Posted by: YuvalShavit
.NET Web services (Windows Communication Foundation), Mobile applications

Microsoft updated the .NET Micro Framework, releasing Version 2.5 with improvements in Web Services and TCP/IP support. .NET Micro Framework Version 2.5 includes a Web Services on Devices implementation compatible with Windows Vista and supported by the other Microsoft Windows Embedded...


February 21, 2008  10:07 PM

Microsoft again vows to promote interoperability – shares new API info



Posted by: YuvalShavit
.NET Web services (Windows Communication Foundation), Client applications, General Microsoft news

Microsoft said Thursday it will provide extensive documentation for APIs covering its major software products, including Office 2007, the Windows client and server, and the .NET Framework. Much of this information had been closely held, available only along with trade secret licenses or only within...


February 11, 2008  4:08 PM

Danger! Windows mobile developments ahead



Posted by: YuvalShavit
Mobile applications

Mobile development has undergone some changes in recent years. A big influence has been Google, which among its various efforts is pushing the Android software stack (including an application framework and SDK, a...


January 25, 2008  1:56 PM

.NET reference posters: Great things come in large packages



Posted by: Brian Eastwood
.NET Programming Languages, SharePoint, Silverlight, Visual Studio and the .NET Framework

Posters make good conference swag, but they don't always fit into the suitcase. Fortunately, many of Microsoft's greatest hits -- .NET Framework namespaces, Visual Studio 2008 and 2005 keyboard shortcuts, Silverlight 2.0 Developer References and so on -- are available for download on MSDN. Chris...


January 14, 2008  11:09 AM

Beefing up the .NET Developments blog roll



Posted by: Brian Eastwood
.NET Programming Languages, Architecture and the SDLC, Client applications, Database development and architecture, Web applications

One of the things we've been meaning to do for quite some time now is beef up our blog roll. We started by featuring four blogs -- WPF Reflections, Custom Application...

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December 27, 2007  12:46 PM

Mulling the pros and cons of XAML



Posted by: Brian Eastwood
Windows Presentation Foundation

XAML, the Extensible Application Markup Language, is the code-behind language for Windows Presentation Foundation and Silverlight applications. The idea is that application designers...


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