- Announcing general availability of Mobile Services .NET support – Yavor Georgiev annoucnes the General Availability of Azure Mobile Services .NET backend, providing capabilities for .NET Backend development for mobile applications using ASP.NET WebAPI
- .NET Mobile Services- Visual Studio Toolbox – Robert Green is joined by Merwan Hade to discuss what is new in the Visual Studio tooling for the Azure Mobile Services
- Announcing new F12 dev tools features in August update – Andy Sterland gives a more detailed look at the new features in the F12 Developer Tools in the August Internet Explorer Update
- Welcome to www.badapi.net, a REST API with badly-behaved endpoints – Elton Stoneman shares BadAPI.Net a public service which exposes misbehaving REST APIs, intended to allow you to test REST API Clients with slow, unreliable and erroring API calls.
- C# 6.0 Features Part II : Primary Constructors – K. Scott Allen takes a look at the Primary Constructors feature of C#6
- Appreciating garbage – Cellfish discusses performance optimisation of both CPU and memory, and how sometimes the common solutions aren’t the best
- Conventional HTML in ASP.NET MVC: Client-side templates – Jimmy Bogard continues his series looking at HTML rendering in ASP.NET MVC, exploring how similar techniques can be leveraged for the client side.
- Sketcher : Three Of n – Sacha Barber continues his series looking at building a Twitter like application for images using the ASP.NET MVC / SignalR, AngularJS / BootStrap / Azure stack. This part takes a look at the drawing part of the applications, storage of the image in Azure, broadcast over SignalR and interaction with the canvas
- Customers not getting the widgets they paid for if they click too fast -or- In C#, the += operator is not merely not guaranteed to be atomic, it is guaranteed not to be atomic – Raymond Chen continues CLR week with a look at the behaviour of the += operator and some of the problems which can be encountered when dealing with atomicity.
- Easier Immutable Objects in C# 6 and VB 12 – Jonathan Allen highlights the ‘record’ functionality in the latest C#6 and VB12 draft specification which makes the creation of immutable objects easier