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  • Blog Post: Pinning Gives Your Site a Front Row Seat

    When users pin your site, they visit more often, spend more time and go deeper. That means you get more site impact, like ad revenue, purchases, paid subscriptions or whatever you want your users to do more of. Start with the best parts of your site and then use pinning capabilities to grab attention...
  • Blog Post: Start Today Using Site-Ready HTML5 on IE10 Platform Preview 2

    IE10 Platform Preview 2, the same HTML5 engine seen in the recent public “Windows 8” demos, is now available for download . With this update, IE10 continues to deliver support for site-ready HTML5 technologies as well as improving performance. With the second Platform Preview, you can...
  • Blog Post: Free Dev Tools Updated, Released for Web Site Development

    Microsoft has released a set of new developer tools to help in your Web development. Scott Guthrie , Vice President in Microsoft Developer Division, announced the set of products on his blog at Announcing release of ASP.NET MVC 3, IIS Express, SQL CE 4, Web Farm Framework, Orchard, WebMatrix . The tools...
  • Blog Post: HTML 5 Support Shown in Second Preview of Internet Explorer 9

    The second preview of Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) is now available. The IE team announced the availability on the team's blog at HTML5 and Same Markup: Second IE9 Platform Preview Available for Developers . IE9 improves IE9’s performance, support for standards, and hardware acceleration of HTML5. ...
  • Blog Post: Learn to Prototype, Design for RIA, Websites Using Expression Suite

    The Expression Studio helps you design and prototype your Web and RIA applications. You can use Expression to create websites, Silverlight or WPF applications, to create graphics, and to encode your videos. You can use the same techniques to create user experience for Windows Phone 7 . Developer &...
  • Blog Post: Business-Ready Silverlight 4 Ships April 15

    Silverlight 4 ships April 15. Silverlight 4 is “Business Ready” with the features ISVs need to build rich Internet applications. Silverlight is a powerful development platform for creating rich media applications and business applications for the Web, desktop, and phone. Based on the Microsoft .NET framework...
  • Blog Post: Discover How to Move from Flash to Silverlight

    Project Rosetta site has been updated to include a new a series of Flash to Silverlight tutorials. It includes an updated API Guide with a quick reference list and a full list of recommended tools, code samples and frameworks to download. Review the: Getting Started Series with Setting up the Tools ...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft to Add New Features to jQuery JavaScript Library

    At MIX10 , Scott Guthrie announced Microsoft is helping to make the jQuery JavaScript Library a primary way to develop rich JavaScript based client-side internet applications. Microsoft is investing resources to contribute to the development of the jQuery JavaScript Library to help improve the development...
  • Blog Post: User Experience Kit Released at SXSW

    A user experience toolkit was released at at SXSW . The Microsoft User Experience Kit is targeted at technical and creative leads who want to better understand the tools, technologies, and scenarios that span Microsoft’s User Experience ecosystem. Key topics range from “Building Immersive Multi-channel...
  • Blog Post: Join Online for Live Keynotes, Channel 9 from MIX10

    The Channel 9 crew will be broadcasting live, unscripted and 100% interactive from The Commons on Days 1 & 2 of MIX 2010 in Las Vegas. MIX10 is the premier three-day conference for web designers and developers building the world's most innovative web sites. Not everyone can make it to MIX10 in person...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET MCV 2 Ships

    ASP.NET MVC 2 is now available for Visual Studio 2008 and Visual Web Developer 2008 Express with ASP.NET 3.5. You can download and install it from the following locations: Download ASP.NET MVC 2 using the Microsoft Web Platform Installer Download ASP.NET MVC 2 from the Download Center The final release...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET Site Gets New Look

    The ASP.NET site has a new look as it gets ready for ASP.NET 4. The new look boasts icons to help you get started, download files, find a hoster, or discuss. There’s a spotlight section where you can find the latest news and great links to postings about ASP.NET. If you are new to ASP.NET, you can find...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer Team Working on HTML 5

    Microsoft’s Internet Explorer team is working with the members of the W3C on the future of browsers, particularly with HTML 5. In a posting on the IEBlog , Working with the HTML5 Community , the team shares what is happening. Providing feedback on HTML5 Testing HTML5 Ensuring new specifications enable...
  • Blog Post: Popular Web Applications Available Free on Windows Web App Gallery

    Today, Microsoft announced as February’s monthly spotlight: the Windows Web App Gallery , available via the Web Platform Installer. The Windows Web Application Gallery provides instant access to the most popular free web applications available today. With just a few clicks you can install applications...
  • Blog Post: Videos for Developer And Designers Building Web 2.0

    A new series of videos has been launched on MSDEV for developers and designers. The “Think Like A...” series is a collection of topics presenting a developer's point of view and a designer's point of view on what goes into making a WEB 2.0 website. The purpose of this series is to help developers understand...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET MVC 2 New Release Candidate Available

    Scott Guthrie has announced the availability of  ASP.NET MVC (Release Candidate 2) for VS 2008/.NET 3.5.  You can download it here . The RC2 release of ASP.NET MVC 2 is a follow-up to the first ASP.NET MVC 2 RC build that we shipped in December.  It includes a bunch of bug fixes, performance...
  • Blog Post: Check out ‘Quick Hit’ Videos on ASP.NET 4

    Check out the new “Quick Hit” videos about ASP.NET 4. They’ll give you a great way to quickly learn about many of the cool new things coming with the release. Most videos are shorter than 5 minutes. You can learn more about some of the new ASP.NET 4 features by watching these 22 ASP.NET Quick Hit Videos...
  • Blog Post: How Companies Use Web Slices, Accelerators

    Web slices and Accelerators are important new features in Internet Explorer 8 . What you may not know is how easy they are to implement and how much value they bring to your Web sites. Hear what country music star Dolly Parton has to say about Internet Explorer 8. Business Value of Web Slices, Accelerators...
  • Blog Post: Guthrie Weighs in on Technical Debates

    Scott Guthrie , Corporate Vice President, .NET Developer Platform at Microsoft, weighs in certain technical debates. In particular he discusses the ASP.NET Web Forms and ASP.NET MVC debate. In a blog posting, About Technical Debates (and ASP.NET Web Forms and ASP.NET MVC debates in particular), he provides...
  • Blog Post: Register Now for Early Bird Special for MIX10

    This year’s MIX10 , a 3 day conference for web designers and developers building the world's most innovative web sites. MIX is March 15-17 in Las Vegas. Free Hotel Stay + $795 pass for customers expires on Friday, January 15th   If you register by January 15, 2010, you will get $600 off their...
  • Blog Post: New “Fact or Fiction?” Ads for PHP Developers

    Just read about this new “Fact or Fiction?” ad campaign for PHP developers that Wintellect completed for Microsoft . These pages are navigated to via banner ads from a media buy that will target PHP developers (see attached image examples). The idea is to draw PHP developers into the ASP.NET and VSTS...
  • Blog Post: Interesting article on IE, Firefox, Chrome and future of browser wars

    Normally I don’t spend a lot of time reading about the browser wars, but one of my colleagues, Bruce Kyle – prolific blogger on the Microsoft US ISV Team Blog , pointed me to this article called Microsoft IE's downfall 'far fetched,' says researcher Lock on enterprise ensures long life for IE;...
  • Blog Post: Jon Box Explains Accelerators, Web Slices, Search Providers in IE8

    Want to learn why you should look at the Internet Explorer 8 for developing better user experiences? We have just the guy to explain and give ideas around the new features of Internet Explorer 8. In this episode, Keith and Woody sit down with Jon Box, Microsoft Architect Evangelist, to get the scoop...
  • Blog Post: Ajax Control Toolkit Merges into ASP.NET Ajax

    ASP.NET Ajax Library has entered Beta. The Ajax Control Toolkit is merging into the ASP.NET Ajax Library. The ASP.NET Ajax Library consolidates ASP.NET Ajax and the Ajax Control Toolkit into a single open source project. The Ajax Control Toolkit and Ajax Libraries, components of many web development...
  • Blog Post: Developers Get a Sneak Peek at Internet Explorer 9

    Developers got a sneak peak at Internet Explorer 9 at Professional Developers Conference (PDC09) . Steven Sinofsky, president of the Windows and Windows Live Division, shared an early look at some of the work under way on Internet Explorer 9, highlighting advancements in performance and interoperable...
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