Explore the offerings of the Microsoft Oxford service, which provides REST APIs and SDK developers can use to write applications that can understand content.
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Interested in learning to debug your cloud applications easily? Walk through tips that can help you debug your cloud applications like a pro.
Learn how Nintex plays a role with SharePoint in creating business solutions.
Microsoft's new flagship operating system is just around the corner. This article walks developers through what's in it for them in Windows 10.
See how many developer pain points can be addressed with Vagrant, the lightweight, open source tool.
With the move to cloud-based services, even project development has gone to the "clouds".
Vipul Patel provides web developers an introduction to ASP.NET MVC6 – the model-view controller offered for use in web applications.
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.
In this article we will show you how to utilize Code Contracts in the .NET framework 4.0 using the Design By Contract principle. These contracts play an important role for developers who are creating reusable libraries.
In this article I will provide you with some insights about running code coverage on .net framework applications. I will be creating the code coverage report by running code coverage on a sample piece of code using Visual Studio 2010 tools
Take advantage of Google's Protobuf-net to create services that are high performance. Protocol buffers from Google is a binary serialization format that is used for data communication. Protocol Buffer is a very efficient hypermedia type that can be used with RESTful services. Protobuf-net is a .NET implementation of Protocol Buffers that you can use to serialize your .NET objects seamlessly. This article takes a look at Protobuf Objects and how they can be used in .NET.
Developers targeting applications for the Azure platform should be aware of the various configuration settings which can be made for a cloud-based application. This article walks the reader through the various settings one can utilize in a Windows Azure application.
In the first two articles of the Salesforce Integration with .Net series we looked at .Net calling into Salesforce to manipulate data and utilize business logic. In this article we will examine the use of Salesforce to consume the functionality of a SOAP or REST-based, externally-hosted service.
Mono for Android adds a new mobile target for .NET developers.
There are a number of ways to integrate Salesforce with .Net. The focus of this article will be concentrated on calling custom web services written in Apex, from a Microsoft .Net environment, through authenticated and unauthenticated methods.
Salesforce is the top rated sales application in the world today. This article will focus on the most common way to connect .Net applications to Salesforce for data retrieval and execution of application logic. This method is known as the Web Services SOAP API.
Before writing applications targeting the Windows Azure platform, you should understand the various roles within a hosted service.