- Announcing jQuery Mobile 1.3.0 Beta – The jQuery Mobile Team announce the release of jQuery Mobile 1.3.0 Beta, a release which is focusing on improving the libraries capabilities for responsive web design, and adding further widgets.
- Microsoft ASP.NET SignalR 1.0.0-rc2 – The SignalR team have released the second release candidate release of SignalR 1.0, available now from NuGet (don’t forget to look in the pre-releases packages)
- ANTS Performance Profiler 8 Beta Release – The fine folks over at Redgate are working hard on the next release of their ANTS Performance Profiler, and currently have a beta release out, from which they are looking to get user feedback, especially about some of the new features such as profiling of Windows Store applications and async code.
- Microsoft Security Bulletin MS13-008 – Critical – Tyson Storey of the Internet Explorer Team highlights a critical out of band security update for Internet Explorer 6,7 and 8 on both Windows Client and Server SKUs
- Starting Windows Phone Development: Lesson 2 of n – Access to Application Isolated Local Storage – Bandar Alsharfi continues a series exploring the different possibilities for data storage in Windows Phone applications, looking at storing data in the Isolated Local Storage of the phone.
- YUIConf 2012 Talk: Tilo Mitra on Building Native Windows 8 Apps with YUI – Andrew Wooldridge shares a session from Tilo Mitra at the YUI Conf event, where he looked at using the the YUI libraries as a part of a Windows 8 Store application
- OData Service for Team Foundation Server v2 – Brian Keller shares the news of a V2 release of OData based services for Team Foundation Server, along with a supporting and consuming Windows8 Store application, allowing access to data held in the TFS system
- Finding jQuery Event Handlers with Visual Event – K. Scott Allen takes a look at debugging event handlers attached to HTML elements, highlighting a useful bookmarklet which inspects the DOM and reveals what the events are that are attached to DOM elements, and where they came from.
- i00 Spell Check and Control Extensions, Stand alone, no third party components, offline… and free (and in VB too!) – Greg Duncan highlights an older, but still actively maintained library for adding spell checking to your Windows based applications, implemented in VB.NET (but can be used from other languages).