- Announcing Web Deploy 3.0 RTW - Harsh Mittal highlights the release of version 3.0 of Web Deploy as an RTW release. Web Deploy 3.0 brings IIS 8 and Windows 2012 support, providing a means of assisting your upgrade to the latest OS when it officially releases, supports Azure deployment, Incremental database publishing, Powershell commandlets and much more.
- StyleCop 18.104.22.168 has been released - Tatworth highlights an updated StyleCop release which along with being compatible with VS2012 RC, also adds support for those working with ReSharper 7 RTM.
- jQuery 1.8 RC1 Released - The jQuery team announce the first release candidate release of jQuery 1.8. As always the team are looking for you to include this new version in your applications to help them give it a final test before its stable release.
- How to migrate an existing ASP.NET Website Project to Windows Azure - ‘zkap’ takes us on a journey migrating an existing ASP.NET Website to run on the Azure, walking through the full process, from checking out the original code to publishing and browsing the ported application.
- Integrate Windows Live SignIn Support In ASP.NET - Prashant Khandelwal takes a look at how you can integrate Windows Live login in your own web applications, sharing sample code which does this.
- 24 Weeks of Windows Phone Metro Design - #10 Layout & Composition in Windows Phone Part III - Arturo Toledo continues his series looking at the Windows Phone Metro design principles, further exploring the concepts of Layout and Composition
- Everything you need to know to build HTML5 games with Canvas & SVG - David Rousset takes a look at the exciting world of creating games in HTML5 using the Canvas and SVG support. In this article David explores the principles, looks at the libraries which are available for graphics, physics, and connected gaming, as well as looking at performance and highlighing further resources.
- Web Performance APIs Rapidly Become W3C Candidate Recommendations - Jatinder Mann highlights three new Web Performance APIs which are now moving into the W3C Candidate Recommendation status. The three specifications (Navigation Timing, Resource Timing, User Timing and Performance Timeline) are all about helping developers understand the performance of their browser based applications.
- Backbone.js: Hacker’s Guide Part 2 - Alex Young continues his series looking at the Backbone.js framework from the inside looking to learn about and teach how it operates by examining how it does things, exploring the Backbone.Collection in this part.