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  • Blog Post: Building Windows Phone 8.1 Apps in HTML

    Last week at the BUILD conference, we announced that you can now build apps for Windows Phone 8.1 using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript using much the same techniques you use for building Windows 8.1 Store apps today. To help you build these apps, we’ve made many improvements to Visual Studio 2013 and...
  • Blog Post: Blend for HTML Behaviors and Actions

    Blend for Visual Studio 2013 introduces a feature to HTML developers that may be familiar to those who already work with XAML: Behaviors . When attached to HTML elements, Behaviors add life to an application by executing a JavaScript event handler. Developers can choose from a wide variety of ready-to...
  • Blog Post: Enabling IntelliSense for Mobile Services JavaScript in Visual Studio

    In a previous post , we shared the new Windows Azure Mobile Services integration and capabilities in Visual Studio 2013. These include the ability to edit your Mobile Services table scripts. In this post, we describe how you can enable IntelliSense on your server side scripts in Visual Studio. This is...
  • Blog Post: JavaScript Editor Improvements in Visual Studio 2013 Preview

    [Updated 10/18/2013] The JavaScript navigation was removed from the final release of Visual Studio 2013. The decision to do this was difficult and driven by a need to optimize stability and performance after we received feedback from many of you working with the Preview and RC versions of this feature...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2013 New Editor Features

    [10/31/2013 : Updates to these features can be found in the latest post on Updates to Visual Studio 2013 Editor Enhancements ] In Visual Studio 2013, we have introduced new features that boost productivity and save time when working inside the Editor. Some of these are new features and some are the...
  • Blog Post: JavaScript memory analysis for Windows Store apps in Visual Studio 2012

    In Visual Studio 2012 Update 1 , we introduced a JavaScript memory analysis tool for Windows Store apps to help developers, you, build apps that do not leak memory, so that these apps are more reliable, potentially more responsive and therefore have the potential to be more highly rated by customers...
  • Blog Post: JavaScript Debugging Enhancements

    Visual Studio 11 Beta introduces a first class JavaScript development experience and provides a rich toolset for developing Windows Metro style apps. Debugging is a crucial part of that toolset. In this post I am going to focus on just some of the new scenarios and enhancements we’ve added to JavaScript...
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