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  • Blog Post: Final update: get ready for Web Camp Belgium - 24 January 2011

    We’re almost there: next Monday we are welcoming Scott Hanselman, Drew Robbins and Gill Cleeren for the first Web Camp Belgium. The event is fully booked, so praise yourself lucky if you got a seat. If you didn’t, no need to worry, we also have some very good news for anyone who’s not able to make it...
  • Blog Post: IIS Media Services 4.0 released, support for multiple devices

    Earlier this week, the media team released Internet Information Services (IIS) Media Services 4.0. As Chris Knowlton blogs , this latest release brings quite a number of new features, including low-latency delivery and support for multiple devices. Quoting from Chris’ post: One Encoding Format, One Server...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight Media Framework 2.2 released with Windows Phone 7 Support

    Silverlight Media Framework (SMF) is an open source framework that allows developers to build great custom media players for IIS Smooth Streaming delivery. SMF has been around for some time and now with version 2.2 the download provides full support implementing high-end video experiences for Windows...
  • Blog Post: A new lightweight web tool and stack: WebMatrix

    Today Scott Guthrie’s blog post announced the availability of the first beta for WebMatrix. WebMatrix includes a complete Web development stack that integrates a Web server (IIS Developer Express), database (Microsoft SQL Server Compact 4.0), programming model (ASP.NET Web pages with Razor syntax...
  • Blog Post: IIS Media Services 4.0 Beta is out

    The IIS Media team is moving fast. Last week the team announced the beta availability of the IIS Media Services 4.0. Media Services are an out-of-band release for IIS meaning you can install this as extensions to IIS without having to wait for a full OS upgrade. I recommend you check out the blog...
  • Blog Post: PHP on Windows Training Kit updated (March 2010)

    As you might have noticed, support for running PHP on Windows is growing stronger. With the enhancements in FastCGI for Internet Information Services for hosting PHP, the OData SDK for PHP ,  but also the recent announcement of the SQL Server Driver for PHP 2.0 with PDO support , there is quite...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Web Platform Installer: what is it and how to install it?

    The Microsoft Web Platform Installer was officially announced at MIX09. The Web PI as it’s abbreviated is your best tool get access to Microsoft’s web platform runtimes, tools and database. It only installs free products, beginning with the platform tools but it also allows you to easily install ASP...
  • Blog Post: PHP on Windows Training Kit available (April 2009 update)

    As you might know running PHP applications on Windows Server 2008 (and Vista SP1) and Internet Information Services 7 (IIS7) is supported through the FastCGI module. If you need to learn more there is good news: a full training kit has been released. Besides addressing configuration of PHP on IIS 7 it...
  • Blog Post: Channel9 interview: "Scott Guthrie: What's Coming for Mix, Part 1: IIS7 for Developers"

    Watch part 1 of the interview with Scott Guthrie where he talks about the new features for developers in IIS7. He explains the extensibility model (creating your own modules in C# or VB.NET), exception logging, configuration setup based on the config settings we use in ASP.NET, scalability, and more...
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