May has passed and it is time for my favorite articles of the month. Today I have a lot of stuff related to ASP.NET and its future version. I decided to include valuable AngularJS in future posts, so from now on you will also find some articles covering this topic.
Hello and a happy new year! Last year I started the links of the month. Today I like to point you to some of the best articles I have seen in 2013. It was a great year, especially if your primarily working with Windows Azure.
Hello and welcome back to the links of the month. This month I have less links as normal, but they are good ones. The guys in Western Europe should pay attention to the CloudBrew conference link. This conference will take place in Belgium in December.
Hello and welcome back to the links of the month. Another month and like before there were some new features in Windows Azure. Today I don’t want to set the focus on Windows Azure. Instead I want to point out some great articles about MongoDB, Web API, etc. Also I have found three GitHub projects which are worth a look. So, let’s get started!
Hello and welcome back to the links of the month. As a developer, who is mainly focused on Microsoft platforms, it was an amazing month. With the Build conference behind us, a lot of improvements to Windows Azure, the preview of Windows 8.1, and the preview of Visual Studio 2013, I have a bunch of links for you.
With this post I like to introduce a new category: GitHub. It will contain interesting projects I saw on GitHub.
Special attention I want to pay to something I think every programmer wants to do: Changing the world! AzureDevs – Changing the world through code is something you should definitively have a look at.
Hello and welcome back to the links of the month. The last time I have introduced you to some enhancements to Windows Azure. I thought March was a big month for Windows Azure, but … what was April for an amazing month! We had the AzureConf the Windows Azure Global Bootcmap last week and some awesome enhancements to Windows Azure. Some of them will be covered in this article.
Hello and welcome back to the links of the week. After a break over the last weeks I have collected enough sites about ASP.NET, Application Lifecycle Management, Windows Store App development, and Windows Azure from the last three weeks that I want to introduce to you.
Four new single page application templates. Gunnar Peipman introduces the four new single page application templates Ember (uses Emberjs and Handlebars), Durandal (uses Durandal, Bootstrap, Knockout, and Sammy), Breeze (uses Breeze, Knockout, and g), and Hot Towel (uses Durandal, Bootstrap, Breeze, Knockout, g, Sammy, and Toastr).
How to profile a XAML Windows Store App. Does your Windows Store App has not the performance which you want to have? Then have a look at this post from Andrew B. Hall which shows you how you can profile your Windows Store App.