Learn the basics of using Visual Studio Online to manage the testing of your applications.
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Vipul Patel walks cloud developers through examples of using the Media Services client SDK with real-world examples.
Vipul Patel provides an overview of Azure Media Services, which provides end-to-end media solutions.
Vipul Patel provides an overview of the Xbox One architecture, which will help game developers to better target their games to leverage these features.
Arun Karthick shares his top 10 tips for C# programmers. Each section provides appropriate source code samples in C#.
ASP.NET Web API can be hosted in a separate host process. Learn how to self-host a Web API and how to consume it using a client application in this step-by-step how-to.
Every environment has its share of tedious, time-consuming but brain-dead code that’s required to get this or that working as it should. Tedious and time-consuming tasks are what computers do best. Why should you have to? See how the Microsoft T4 Templates make this possible.
Unity framework is a component among the Microsoft application block and it is primarily used as an IOC container. Arun Karthic introduces you to the unity framework and explains dependency injection using it with sample csharp code snippets.
Learn what OWIN and Katana are and how they fit into the whole web development picture for ASP.NET developers.
In functional programming there are no states, no variables, no for each loop, things are immutable, etc. Read on to get an essence of functional programming with the help of few F# source code samples.
Learn how to use Visual Studio Online to manage your project backlog with this step-by-step walkthrough.
If you want to leverage your existing C#/Visual Studio skills to create fast, native applications for iOS, Android, Microsoft and others, Xamarin is well worth your consideration.
Visual Studio Online marks the shift to building applications in an online environment. Read on for an overview of the development tool that has joined the cloud bandwagon.
Vipul Patel shows you how easy it is (even for non-developers) to create Windows 8.1 applications using AppStudio.
The new Java SE 8 API, JSR-310, is designed to replace the existing Date and Calendar classes, incorporating ideas from Joda-Time. Read on for a brief overview over the new Date and Time API and some ready to use examples.
Manoj Kumar shows you how to use Windows® Azure™ Blob Storage to store Windows Phone 8 application data in the cloud.
In this installment of our series on developing cross platform mobile solutions with Xamarin, you’ll learn how to create an iOS implementation.
Constantin Marian Alin explores the power of Lambda expressions and streams, from simple to complex examples.
It used to be that the big decisions centered on whether to do a web application or a desktop application. Today the decisions have gotten crazy. Not only do you have to consider web, desktop, or mobile, you are still left with a variety of devices and form factors your application should support. Here are ten different things that you should consider when building modern applications today. How many of these do you take into consideration?
Part one of a two-part article that walks you through the complete process of using Xamarin to create a simple cross-platform app with .NET and C# that runs on both Android and iOS.
This year’s SharePoint conference revealed that Microsoft has developed a greater compassion for customers who know that they’ll still be implementing solutions on-premises for a while.
Learn the basics of migrating PHP applications to Microsoft’s cloud platform, Windows Azure.
Discover the various options available in Windows Azure Storage that can be used to store Windows Phone application data.
Vipul Patel walks you through the basics of Windows Azure Recovery Services, Microsoft’s cloud offering to handle cloud backup and recovery scenarios.