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Liquid Newsletter Template Week:46
Year:2013
Date:2013-Nov-12
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New Features in ASP.NET Web API 2 – Part I
I’m a big fan of ASP.NET Web API. It provides a quick yet powerful way to build RESTful HTTP services that can easily be consumed by a variety of clients. While it’s simple to get started using, it has a wealth of features such as filters, formatters, and message handlers that can be used to extend it when needed. In this post I’m going to provide a quick walk-through of some of the key new features in version 2. I’ll focus on some two of my favorite features that are related to routing and HTTP responses and cover additional features in a future post.

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How to write to and read from Windows Azure tables within Web Applications
In this module we learn about writing to *Windows Azure Tables (version 2.1). It will demonstrate simple insertions as well as batch oriented insertions. It will also explore reading from Windows Azure Tables using LINQ.

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Events/Webinars/Seminars you shouldn't miss

Advanced Windows Store App Development with C# Refresh

Developers, take this Jump Start to learn lots of new techniques for building Windows Store Apps, such as the new windowing model, advanced contract scenarios, branding, monetization, and animations. Microsoft Technical Evangelist Jerry Nixon and the co-founder of Crank211, Daren May will show you how to implement these new features and APIs and how to differentiate your apps in the marketplace. You’ll also learn about the new Windows Live SDK and how to take advantage of SkyDrive from within your apps. Don’t miss it. Read more

Windows Store App Development with C# Refresh

Developers, do you want to develop Windows Store apps using C#? Find out what you need to know from Microsoft Technical Evangelist Jerry Nixon and the co-founder of Crank211, Daren May, who will show lots of demos giving you simple and complex techniques that you can take back to your workplace. They’ll demonstrate how to implement new Windows 8.1 features using Visual Studio 2013 and they’ll help you to successfully publish your first app to the Windows Store. Start making money with your apps now. Read more

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