- jQuery Mobile 1.4.0 RC1 released - Jasper de Groot announces the first release candidate release of jQuery Mobile 1.4.0, a release which focuses on performance improvements, along with introducing a new theme. This release represents quite a significant number of changes, enhancements and new features over the beta release.
- Windows Management Framework 4.0 is now available - The Windows PowesShell Team announce the release of Windows Management Framework 4.0, a release which allows the use of Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 on some older operating systems.
- Intro to Unit Testing 8: Test Suite Management and Build Integration - Erik Dietrich resumes his series looking at unit testing and the associated benefits and practices, in this part discussing the management of your test suite, some best practices for tests within the suite and looks at why you should get your tests running as part of your build process.
- Enhanced Rich Editing Experiences in IE11 - The Internet Explorer team share a look at some of the Rich Editing improvements made in Internet Explorer 11 giving a richer and more useful editing experience including improved pasting support, the ability to past images into HTML content and improved undo capabilities.
- Visual Studio 2013 Static Code Analysis in depth: What? When and How? - Hosam Kamel takes a detailed look at the static code analysis features of Visual Studio 2013 for native code
- Packaging Source Code With NuGet - Nik Molnar discusses some of the best practices , techniques and reasons for shipping source code in NuGet packages
- How to use XDT in NuGet - Examples and Facts - ”danliu-nuget’ takes a look at the use of XDT transforms to manipulate configuration files from within NuGet Packages.
- New SPA Resource Center on JasonHaley.com - Fellow Linkblogger, Jason Haley, shares a new resource collection of links and resources relating to Single Page Web Applications.
- How to install the nodejs Ghost blogging software on Azure Websites - Scott Hanselman takes a look at getting the Ghost blogging platform written in nodejs running on Windows Azure - a useful reminder that Azure is useful for more than just .NET.