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  • Blog Post: June CTP for Sandcastle

    So I am a little late but if you haven’t taken a look at - Sandcastle produces accurate, MSDN style, comprehensive documentation by reflecting over the source assemblies and optionally integrating XML Documentation Comments. Sandcastle has the following key features: · Works with or without authored...
  • Blog Post: Mobile Web Development with ASP.NET 2.0

    Download the PDF Mobile Web Development with ASP.NET 2.0 Overview Over the years Web application development has evolved from static HTML to more dynamic ASP.NET pages. However, this model has focused almost exclusively on delivering content to the Internet connected PC running a desktop browser...
  • Blog Post: Check out the Web Developer Learning Series

    Choose from more than 60 learning modules—organized by track—including Virtual Labs and both live and on-demand webcasts for PHP, JSP, and ColdFusion developers. Complete just two Virtual Labs and/or webcasts—including our webcasts featuring design tools—and receive a free Microsoft Web Development Kit...
  • Blog Post: Introduction to Building Mobile Business Objects

    Download Samples Download PDF Overview The drive to connect people, process and devices is a never ending cycle of development. Enterprises are demanding applications that deliver seamless communication with their partners and customers without sacrificing security, transactions, reliability...
  • Blog Post: Building Mobile Business Objects

    Building Mobile Business Objects Download Samples Download PDF Overview The drive to connect people, process and devices is a never ending cycle of development. Enterprises are demanding applications that deliver seamless communication with their partners and customers without sacrificing...
  • Blog Post: Introduction to Building XML Web Services with ASMX

    Download PDF Version Download Samples The Web Service standards define how to build application functionality that is made available to remote machines using generally available Internet protocols. The Web part defines how application functionality is accessed. The services relate to the idea...
  • Blog Post: An Introduction to Building XML Web Services with ASMX

    An Introduction to Building XML Web Services with ASMX By Thom Robbins ( trobbins@microsoft.com ) Download PDF Version Download Samples Overview The Web Service standards define how to build application functionality that is made available to remote machines using generally available...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2005 Service Pack 1 (SP1)

    Visual Studio 2005 represents one of the most significant developer tools releases since the introduction of Visual Studio nearly a decade ago. It offers all types of developers a wider spectrum of development possibilities and a greatly advanced design experience. By expanding the Visual Studio product...
  • Blog Post: Showing Line Numbers with Visual Studio 2005

    While presenting recently I was asked how I was able to line numbers in my code. I often find it a nice feature while doing demos to have line numbers turned on. I think it makes it easier to view the code. With Visual Studio 2005 this is actually very easy to do. Select Tools- Options and within...
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