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Posted by Chris Alcock on 24 Feb 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
Posted by Chris Alcock on 21 Feb 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Azure: ExpressRoute Dedicated Networking, Web Site Backup Restore, Mobile Services .NET support, Hadoop 2.2, and more - Scott Guthrie shares the latest batch of Windows Azure Updates, released yesterday, bringing new features for networking, Virtual machines, HDInsight Hadoop upgrades, Azure Websites backup and restore, along with support for Mobile Services development in .NET and integration of Notification Hubs and support for PhoneGap.
- Announcing Windows Azure ExpressRoute, new partnership with Level 3 and exciting updates to other Azure Services - Steven Martin also discusses some of the new Azure Features released yesterday, looking at ExpressRoute networking and Azure Active directory.
- Introducing ReSharper 8.2 EAP - The Team over at JetBrains announce the opening of the ReSharper 8.2 Early Access Programme
Posted by Chris Alcock on 20 Feb 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Hello Biggy - Rob Conery shares ‘Biggy’, a simple file based document store for .NET, in some ways similar to NeDB on Node, making use of JSON, dynamic types and Linq
- Gulp.js : A Better Alternative to Grunt.js - Shiju Varghese takes a look at the use of Gulp.js, a task automation framework, similar to Grunt.js, giving an overview of its use in automating the build process for a Single Page Application using Angular.
- Converting AutoMapper to a Portable Class Library - Jimmy Bogard discusses his journey to having a Portable Class Library for AutoMapper, sharing what he learnt along the way in turning a traditional class library into a PCL.
- "Everybody Lies" - Eric Lawrence discusses the lies that software sometimes tells regarding its version, focusing on some of the lies that browsers tell, and how API methods which return a version are sometimes wrong.
- Distributed Automated Browser Testing with Selenium and BrowserStack - Scott Hanselman shares a look at performing browser testing in a wide range of browsers using the BrowserStack service and Selenium.
- A Method Object Helper - Putting More Class in Method Refactoring - George Henry discusses refactoring of methods with large numbers of parameters, replacing them with a single parameter object, walking through the steps of such a refactoring in this CodeProject article.
- It Was 2001, and I Had a Decision To Make - Darcy Lussier follows on from Rob Conery’s post, ‘PHP or ASP.NET: Did I Do The Right Thing?‘ discussing how he decided on a Microsoft technology path to set the tone for his career, sharing his story.
Posted by Chris Alcock on 19 Feb 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
Posted by Chris Alcock on 18 Feb 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Evergreen Browsers - Rob Eisenberg discusses what he considers to be the most significant feature of the latest crop of browsers, their auto update capability. Rob discusses how this is a significant feature, and considers how different the world would be if IE6 had had this ability.
- Does Garbage Collection Hurt? - Alois Kraus discusses the pain and performance and responsiveness problems which garbage collection can be at the root of, discussing techniques to help identify the problems,
- Segregate your code commits into tiny topical changes. - Jason Jarrett discusses the way you should structure your commits when working with source code control, explaining the reason for doing many small commits to ensure that your changes are clear.
- StructureMap 3 is gonna tell you what’s wrong and where it hurts - Jeremy D Miller discusses the diagnostic features of StructureMap 3, sharing a look at how it will help you identify problems in your configuration and setup in ways better than other Inversion of Control frameworks.
Posted by Chris Alcock on 17 Feb 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Angular App Structuring Guidelines - John Papa shares thoughts and guidelines on structuring AngularJS applications, discussing the LIFT guidelines, and looking at applying them to an Angular app.
- How do we know if mobile apps are secure? - Scott Hanselman discusses the state of not-knowing that mobile applications leave us in wondering how they are doing communications to their server side resources.
- Ember.js and accessibility - Steve Klabnik shares a video on Ember;js and making applications accessible, discussing the importance of conforming to the ARIA standards
- Some advanced AngularJS concepts & Writing E-2-E tests for AngularJS using Protractor - nmarun shares two videos on Angualr Development, looking at some of the more advanced features, focusing on directives, and also explores end to end testing of Angular applications.
- Visualizing Data with D3 - Dan Schaefer shares in introduction to D3, a very powerful data visualisation framework.
- On NHibernate Performance - Ricardo Peres takes a look at NHibernate’s performance characteristics, sharing some performance benchmarks.
- A Lua Test Adapter and Framework for Visual Studio & Some things I learned while building my Visual Studio Test Adapter - Danny Tuppeny shares his first Visual Studio Extension, a test runner for Lua code (which can be extened to other languages too), and shares some of the lessons he learnt about Visual Studio Test Adapters.
Posted by Chris Alcock on 14 Feb 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- February 2014 .NET Updates - Th .NET Framework team highlight their recent security patch, released as a part of the standard ‘Patch Tuesday’ cycle, which addresses an Elevation of Privilege issue.
Posted by Chris Alcock on 13 Feb 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Glimpse 1.8.3 released - Insights removed - The Glimpse Team announce an updated 1.8 release which, based upon community feedback, removes the Insights functionality which was introduced in 1.8.2 as a way of getting better insight into how users used Glimpse.
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