- Visual Studio "14" CTP 3 Released – John Montgomery announces the third CTP release of the Visual Studio ’14’ release. This release contains updates to the ASP.NET vNext, .NET Native, C++ enhancements, PerfTips, custom layouts, high DPI icons, and much more.
- Try out the new releases: .NET Framework vNext, ASP.NET vNext, .NET Native and RyuJIT – The .NET Framework Team highlight some of the goodies included in the latest release and urge you to give them a try.
- ASP.NET vNext in Visual Studio “14” CTP 3 – Xinyang Qiu discusses the ASP.NET Team’s contribution to the latest Visual Studio CTP release, highlighting what is included, and how it differs from previous releases
- Visual Studio "14" CTP 3 and Entity Framework – Rowan Miller discusses the Visual Studio "14" CTP 3 release in the context of Entity Framework highlighting some know issues in the tooling and discussing the Entity Framework V7 included in ASP.NET vNext.
- Visual Studio "14"CTP 3 Now Available & Visual Studio "14" CTP 3 available – Eric Battalio and Brian Harry highlight the release
- Knockout 3.2.0 released – Steve Sanderson highlights the release of Knockout 3.2.0, a significant release which has been worked on for 6 months which includes components, an improved way of structuring your larger applications, custom elements, which provide a lot of the W3C Web Components functionality, and much more
- Features of ES6 Part 4: Rest Parameters – K.Scott Allen continues his series looking at the new features of ECMAScript 6, exploring the use of rest parameters for supporting arbitrary numbers of parameters on methods
- .NET vNext doesn’t currently look like it’s side-by-side "5.x," instead it’s an in-place update like a 4.5.+ (so maybe 4.6…ish… ?) – Greg Duncan provides some thoughts on the latest .NET CTP release, and how it might fit into the versioning scheme already established, as well as providing links to official announcements
- PerfTips: Performance Information at-a-glance while Debugging with Visual Studio – Dan J Taylor discusses the new PerfTips functionality added to the Visual Studio IDE in the "14" CTP3 release which provide performance information about the code as you debug.
- Bing Developer Assistant for Visual Studio focuses on improving productivity within the experience – The Bing Dev Center highlight the new Bing Developer Assistant for Visual Studio, available for Visual Studio 2012 and 2013 which help you with finding API references, sample code and much more.
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