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  • Blog Post: Interesting read: Win 8–Building the Mail app

    You can read the interesting article “ Building the Mail app – Win 8 ” by Jeremy Epling, Lead PM, Windows Mail team… Nice one!!
  • Blog Post: Office Developer: Microsoft Office 2010 Interactive Developer Map

    Are you looking for Office 2010 Developer map? Here we go….The Microsoft Office 2010 Interactive Developer Map is a Silverlight application that helps developers visualize the different kinds of applications, services, client/server data-access technologies, on-premise servers, platform products and...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure – Digital Chalk Talks

    Windows Azure Virtual Machines – Part I (Windows) Corey Sanders, Principal Program Manager, Windows Azure : Learn how to create and manage Windows Virtual Machines in Windows Azure Windows Azure Virtual Machines – Part II (Linux) Henry Jerez, Sr. Program Manager, Windows Azure : Learn how to create and...
  • Blog Post: What’s new: Bing Search API is available on Windows Azure Marketplace

    Now Bing Search API is available on the Windows Azure Marketplace ! Starting today, you can sign up in the Marketplace to access web, image, news, and video search results, as well as related searches and spelling suggestions using JSON or XML. As a one stop shop for cloud data, apps, and services, the...
  • Blog Post: Fix: Windows Phone 7.5 & Facebook Password update “0x83cf1202”

    Recently one of my customer changed his Facebook password via laptop. Later when he tried connecting via my Windows Phone/Facebook chat, it requested him to update the password. Unfortunately, he opted to delete the Facebook account, but it failed. After this, he can’t update his password. Doing so ...
  • Blog Post: Outlook Object Model 2010: Programmatically check whether the search is synchronous or not?

    In Outlook 2010, you have a way to check whether the search is synchronous or asynchronous or not. Just created a small code snippet (below) for the reference – you can notice that I just call the application.IsSearchSynchronous() and pass the look in folder which want to try. The path name of the folders...
  • Blog Post: Outlook Programming: How to retrieve unread messages from any Outlook folder?

    Recently one of my customer updated that he got a requirement to programmatically retrieve unread messages from any Outlook folder to be implemented part of his application. We tried the following steps -  Will show you how you can programmatically retrieve unread messages from any Outlook folder...
  • Blog Post: Download: Rollup 4 for Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1

    Click here to download Rollup 4 for Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1.  Some of the known issues were addressed @ Update Rollup 4 for Exchange Server 2010 SP1: 2465292 "MAPI_E_FAILONEPROVIDER (0x8004011D)" error message when you access an Exchange Server 2010 mailbox by using a MAPI...
  • Blog Post: Comprehensive guide: Windows Phone development resources

    Looking for a comprehensive guide to development resources for Windows Phone? Visit the Windows Phone developer resources pages on App Hub. Please find the following topic pages so you can learn everything you need to know to create great apps and games for Windows Phone: Silverlight for Windows Phone...
  • Blog Post: MIX 11: Hardware-accelerated HTML5, IE9 & Mango

    Last March 2010 @ MIX 10, we (MS) announced Hardware-Accelerated HTML5, Pushes Boundaries on Web and Cloud Development. Also MS released first platform preview for Windows Internet Explorer 9, highlights commitments to jQuery, OData, expanded support for HTML5, hardware-accelerated graphics and text...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 7 Sales: 1.5 million units sold @ first Six weeks

    According to Achim Berg, Corp. Vice President of Business and Marketing, Windows Phones, Windows Phone manufacturers sold over 1.5 million phones in the first six weeks . It shows the customer momentum and retail presence. The Sales figures shows that sales are ramping well as our reputation is growing...
  • Blog Post: VS 2010: Increase IntelliSense performance using Windows Automation API

    The Windows Automation API library enables accessibility tools, test automations, and pen services to access a standard user interface across operating system versions. Do you know applications that use Windows Automation APIs can significantly decrease Microsoft Visual Studio IntelliSense performance...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 7: 80% increase in App developers

    The developer community is placing some big bets with Windows Phone. How we can see that? Per WindowsPhone’s team blog we can notice nearly 80% increase in the number of registered developers since September, with more than 15,000 developers already signaling their intent to bring exciting content to...
  • Blog Post: Stay Connected using Lync

    Lync is the next generation of Microsoft’s Office Communications Server, and makes staying in touch with others even easier, more engaging and more intuitive. This single platform that integrates instant messaging, presence, audio, video, web conferencing and voice to bring people together in the ways...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 7: How to get apps from Marketplace?

    Get apps from Marketplace On your phone or from your PC, get apps and games wherever you are.           Check out Marketplace—Microsoft's virtual store for apps, games, and other entertainment for your phone. Many apps and games in Marketplace are free, while others let you try...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 7: LG Owners to Get Free Access to Popular Windows Phone 7 apps

    LG Electronics (LG) and Microsoft collaborate on developer program for a new mobile platform. LG and Microsoft announced that they are teaming up to provide customers with a free selection of quality applications for LG customers with Windows Phone 7 handsets. LG and Microsoft will subsidize a revolving...
  • Blog Post: Mac meets PC: Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac

      Microsoft launches Office 2011 for Mac today, bringing Mac users the latest versions of the company’s productivity software. Per Press pass , two editions will be available: Customers can choose between Microsoft Office for Mac Home and Student 2011 and Microsoft Office for Mac Home and Business...
  • Blog Post: Live @ PDC 2010 - Real Games Analysis and Optimization of XNA Framework Games for Windows Phone

    Just to update you that PDC 2010 is on, and you can watch it online (i am watching now :) ). Right now I am attending Jeff’s Real Games Analysis and Optimization of XNA Framework Games for Windows Phone session. Earlier i watched Shawn Hargreaves’ session . If you’re a Windows Phone 7 app or games developer...
  • Blog Post: Next Gen. Cloud Productivity: Microsoft Office 365

    Microsoft Corp. today announced Microsoft Office 365, the company’s next generation in cloud productivity that brings together Microsoft Office, SharePoint Online, Exchange Online and Lync Online in an always-up-to-date cloud service. Office 365 makes it easier for millions more organizations to get...
  • Blog Post: Hotfix: Failure Sending mail error with System.Net.Mail (.Net Framework 4.0) while sending large attachment

    Recently one of my customer ran into an issue with his application used to send email messages using System.Net.Mail.SmtpClient (SNM) API. He used Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4.0. It’s a pretty simple code, //Sample C# code snippet using System.Net.Mail API SmtpClient MyClient = new SmtpClient...
  • Blog Post: Outlook Object Model: Handling mailbox items - read or unread - from any folder

    Being Exchange/Office developer, you make use of Outlook Object Model (OOM) API to can handle the mailbox items programmatically and process as per your wish. Let me walkthrough through this sample: 'Declaration block Dim iOut As Outlook.Application Dim iNs As Outlook.NameSpace Dim iFldr As Outlook...
  • Blog Post: Monitoring Event Sink # 33 - Troubleshooting : How to remove COM+ applications?

    Usually we see that as existing applications become outdated or are no longer being used, you may need to remove them. I am trying to add couple of methods how you can try to remove COM+ applications in the best effort basis. Before using the methods, i would recommend you to consider the following...
  • Blog Post: Download : Windows Phone Developer Tools RTW

    The Windows Phone team released the final bits for Windows Phone 7 - Developer Tools released to web (RTW). The tooling is free and will integrate with Visual Studio 2010 and Expression Blend 4 if you have them installed as well. This is the same powerful ...read more
  • Blog Post: Fix available for Silverlight application development using Visual Studio 2010

    Earlier i faced the following issue – i was creating a Silverlight application using Visual Studio 2010 and Silverlight. I noticed that after copying and pasting a Style Setter, then editing that Setter’s Property and Value, the XAML Editor displays an ...read more
  • Blog Post: Download : Application bar icons for Windows Phone 7 Series

    Please find the download - a set of application bar icons for use when developing Windows Phone 7 Series applications using the Windows Phone Developer Tools CTP. It contains a set of 64 application bar icons that you can use when developing applications ...read more
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