Posted by Chris Alcock on 30 May 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
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Posted by Chris Alcock on 29 May 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Announcing Xamarin 3 – Nat Friedman announces the release of Xamarin 3 which includes a Designer for iOS, their new Xamarin.Forms library for building cross platform views, IDE enhancements and better code sharing support
- Caliburn.Micro 2.0 Released! – Rob Eisenberg announces the release of Caliburn Micro 2.0 the latest version of this MVVM framework supporting all XAML Platforms, Portable Class Libraries and Universal Applications, along with a new project website, and new project leadership in the form of Nigel Sampson.
- Launching status.modern.ie & Internet Explorer platform priorities – Sam George of the Internet Explorer Team announce the latest update to Status.Modern.IE their site looking at the features coming in the next version(s), along with releasing the site as open source
- New features and improvements in Deedle v1.0 – Tomas Petricek announces the release of Deedle 1.0, a .NET library for data exploration and analysis supporting both C# and F#
- Xamarin.Forms – Write Once, Run Everywhere, AND Be Native? – Scott Hanselman discusses the Xamarin.Forms release, looking at how it can be used to easily create cross platform applications which look, feel and are native applications.
- Top things a new Visual Studio Online account owner should know – Charles Sterling discusses some of the useful stuff you can do with your Visual Studio Online account
- The Frustratingly Lovable Crazy-making Huggable Ball of Whack That Is Ember.js – Rob Conery shares his experiences with Ember.js, looking at how it works, its equivalences with MVVM and how its naming conventions are a little left field, along with discussing its good parts and lessons he’s learnt working with it.
- Compile, Pre, and Post Linking in AngularJS – K.Scott Allen takes a look at the Compile and Linking features of AngualrJS Directives
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Posted by Chris Alcock on 28 May 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
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Posted by Chris Alcock on 27 May 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Announcing Update to Productivity Power Tools 2013 – The Visual Studio Team announce the release of an updated version of the Productivity Power Tools 2013 which addresses a number of customer reported issues along with the introduction of a new feature, Syntactic line compression, which shrinks blank lines to give a view containing more code.
- Code Lens for Git in Visual Studio 2013 Ultimate Update 3 – Jean-Marc Prieur discusses the support for Git within the Visual Studio Code Lens functionality as of the CTP1 release of Visual Studio 2013 Update 3
- .NET Memory Analysis: Go to Source in Visual Studio 2013 Update 3 – Andrew Chan, discusses another new feature which adds significantly ro the .NET Memory dump analysis features of Visual Studio added in the CTP 1 release of Update 3
- First NuGet package for SQLitePCL.raw – Eric Sink shares the first alpha release of SQLitePCL.raw libary as a NuGet Package, discussing a number of frequently asked questions and questions about support on different platforms.
- FsCheck 0.9.4 – Kurt Schelfthout announces a minor release update for FsCheck which enhances the hardening required for null generating string generators.
- TechEd Europe Registration is OPEN! – Eduardo Ortega highlights the dates and opening of registration for Tech Ed Europe, taking place in October in Spain. Early bird registration saves you 300 Euros, and runs until 7 July.
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Posted by Chris Alcock on 23 May 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
Monday is (another) public holiday here in the UK, and as is tradition The Morning Brew shall take a break from publication that day, returning as usual on Tuesday 27th May.
- .NET Native Deep Dive: Help! I Didn’t Hit a MissingMetadataException! – Morgan Brown continues his series of posts looking at the Runtime Directives in .NET Native, looking at another edge set of cases for .NET Native where it does not throw exceptions where you might exptect it to.
- My experience with .NET Native Preview – Helge Mahrt shares his experiences of the .NET Native Preview, looking at the setup, use and performance of code compiled in this way
- Exploring Roslyn, part 2: Inside the End-User Preview – ‘SLaks’ follows on from a post a month and a half ago looking at Roslyn, discussing what the end user preview contains, some of the features and refactorings possible.
- Optimizing calls to Azure storage using Fiddler – Maarten Balliauw discusses expereinces scaling MyGet now that the ASP.NET vNext packages are hosted there, the sudden increase in traffic, and a useful tip for scaling your Azure Storage
- Tables with Integer Keys and the .NET Backend – Jason Cooke takes a look at the use of Integer keys in Azure Mobile Services, using AutoMapper to map from entities
- Universal apps are confusing because they’re not apps… – Matt Lacey disects Universal Apps, looking at what they really are, and how the similarity in name with terms from other mobile platforms causes some confusion
- Text Processing -1 : Fuzzy String Matching or Searching – Psycho_Coder explores some techniques in Text Processing with samples of some common implementations in python
- My Top 10 Sessions for Developers From TechEd 2014 – Michael Crump shares his top 10 picks for developers from he recorded sessions at TechEd 2014 – also serving as a useful reminder about the fantastic efforts to record all these sessions and make them available from Channel9
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Posted by Chris Alcock on 22 May 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
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Posted by Chris Alcock on 21 May 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
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Posted by Chris Alcock on 20 May 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
Links only edition today as I’m on a deadline.
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