- .NET Framework Libraries - With the release of .NET 4.5 RTM this week, the Reference Source for 4.5 joins the others available to download via the Microsoft Shared Source Initiative
- ASP.NET 4.5, ASP.NET MVC 4, ASP.NET Web Pages 2, and Visual Studio 2012 for web developers: Part 1 - Jon Galloway kicks off a series of posts looking at the .NET 4.5 and Visual Studio 2012 release from the point of view of a ASP.NET Developer, in this part discussing getting and installing the bits and sharing some great resources to learn more about various aspects of the release.
- ASP.NET Web API is released! What’s new in Web API RTM and how to use it! - Filip W. takes a look at what is new and has changed since the Release Candidate build in ASP.NET Web API RTM, looking at per-route message handlers, per controller configuration, improvements to content negotiation, process message handlers, streaming of responses and much more
- ASP.NET MVC, Web API & Web Pages - Nightly builds now set up for post-RTM builds - Brad Wilson discusses the change to the nightly builds now that RTM is out the door, and how the team are moving on to MVC ‘4.1′ and Web Pages ‘2.1′, which is what the nightly builds will now be,
- Custom schemas in VS2012 CSS editor - Mads Kristensen discusses how easily you can extend the Visual Studio 2012 CSS Editor using Visual Studio Extensibility VSX Packages walking through adding support for some older vendor prefixes.
- ASP.NET Web API Tracing (Preview) - Ron Cain takes a look at the trace diagnostics logging which is available in ASP.NET Web API as an extension preview package
- Levels Of Abstraction In An MVC View - K.Scott Allen discusses how keeping things simple and standard, and observing the Single Responsibility Principle makes understanding and modification of code easier, even up at the view level.
- Visual Studio 2012 and MSDN Licensing White Paper - This actual post is in Czech, however the document it links to is available in English, and now that VS2012 is available it is important to understand the licensing for it and MSDN.