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Posted by Chris Alcock on 24 Sep 2012 | Tagged as: .NET, ASP.NET, C#, COM Interop, Database, Development, Links, Morning Brew, SysAdmin
- jQuery 1.8.2 Released – The jQuery Team announce the release of jQuery 1.8.2, a bugfix and performance regression fix release. As usual the files are available from the jQuery site, and should be making their way to the various content delivery networks.
- IE 9.0.10 Available via Windows Update – The Internet Explorer Team have released a high importance security patch for Internet Explorer 9 to address recently reported security issues. Additionally there is an update for Internet Explorer 10 to address a Adobe Flash issue.
- New TaskCreationOptions and TaskContinuationOptions in .NET 4.5 – Stephen Toub discusses soem new options introduced to help further control the creation and continuation of tasks in .NET 4.5, taking a look at the use of DenyChildAttach, HideScheduler, and LazyCancellation.
await is not ALWAYS your friend – (Looks like the author has removed this post on MSDN, but it can be found here – thanks to @westleyl for letting me know) Julien Dollon discusses how, as with all things, you should use async/await in a responsible fashion to avoid harming your applications performance.
- Adding NuGet Support to F# Interactive in VS2012 – Daniel Mohl follows up the technique for getting NuGet support in Visual Studio 2010’s F# Interactive window with a look at achieving the same in Visual Studio 2012
- The F# 3.0 Freebase Type Provider Sample – Integrating Internet-Scale Data Sources into a Strongly Typed Language – Don Syme highlights a new F# 3.0 Sample Pack Sample which implements a Freebase Type provider in F#, and highlights an academic research paper which discusses the background on working with this entity graph model.
- An Introduction To F# Type Providers – F# tutorial – Keith Battocchi discusses the new Type Provider feature in F# 3.0, looking at what they are, and how they are implemented and used.
- ASP.NET 4.5 ScriptManager Improvements in WebForms – Pranav Rastogi discusses some of the key improvements to the Script Manager in .NET 4.5 WebForms, looking at the improved jQuery support, Remapping of Framework scripts, and script manager registration.
- .Net CLR Injection : Modify IL Codes on Run-time – Jerry Wang takes a look at manipulating .NET IL at runtime to provide injection capabilities
- IlPad – icemanind shares a neat looking utility for taking C# and compiling it to IL, providing a useful reference for dynamic compiling (and decompiling to IL), and also a way of learning more about the IL that underpins language constructs.
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Posted by Chris Alcock on 28 Aug 2012 | Tagged as: .NET, COM Interop, Development, Morning Brew
- C# Yellow Book 2012 Now Available – Rob Miles announces the 2012 edition of his C# Yellow Book, a free pdf download now in its 5th year of being updated. This edition contains updates and corrections, along with moving the GUI section onto XAML rather than WinForms.
- #mvvmlight V4 update for Win8 RTM – Laurent Bugnion has updated his MVVM Light framework for the Windows 8 RTM release, including a few updates, and discusses upgrading your applications to the RTM release in this post.
- FsCheck 0.8.3 and FsCheck.Xunit 0.3 – Kurt Schelfthout announces the latest versions of FsCheck and , adding support for running tests through NCrunch, and use of Assembly binding redirects to ensure that thte correct versions of assemblies are used.
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Posted by Chris Alcock on 16 Aug 2012 | Tagged as: .NET, COM Interop, Development, Morning Brew
Update: Fixed a typo suggesting that Scott Hanselman’s Videos were for .NET 3.5 – Thanks to Graham for letting me know via the comments
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 24 hours you will already be aware of some of what follows….
Visual Studio 2012, .NET 4.5 and Windows 8 RTM
- ASP.NET Web API Released and a Preview of What’s Next – Henrik F Nielsen proudly announces the release of ASP.NET Web API as a part of the Visual Studio and .NET releases, and looks to what the future holds for WebAPI
- EF5 Released – The Entity Framework Team announce the official release of Entity Framework 5 both on NuGet and also in the box in Visual Studio 2012
- Web Essentials 2012 released – Mads Kristensen announces the release of Web Essentials 2012, a Visual Studio Extension for Visual Studio 2012 which further enhances the capabilities of the Visual Studio IDE foe all sorts of Web Development tasks.
- WCF Data Services 5.0.2-rc Prerelease – The WCF Data Services Team announce their next preview release of the WCF Data Services, available as a prerelease package on NuGet.
- Reactive Extensions v2.0 has arrived! – Bart J.F. De Smet announces the release of the Reactive Extensions 2.0 as a part of the Visual Studio 2012 and .NET 4.5 release. This version also supports .NET 4.0 developments as well as Silverlight 5 and Windows Phone 7.5 in addition to the expected .NET 4.5
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