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Liquid Newsletter Template Week:47
Year:2014
Date:2014-Nov-18
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Free Visual Studio Community edition released today!
With Visual Studio 2013 Community, you can get Visual Studio extensions that incorporate new languages, features, and development tools into this IDE.

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Microsoft Open Sources .NET – The History Behind the Announcement
While I’m still surprised at the move, it’s not unprecedented – I think they’ve been letting the open source folks dabble for years now, and they’ve proven that it works.

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Articles we enjoyed

Katana, ASP.NET 5, and bridging the gap
This post is for developers that have been using the Microsoft Owin components (e.g. the Katana project) and want to know how it relates to ASP.NET 5.

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News from Connect();
This week we had our “Connect();” developer event in New York.  We made a ton of announcements.  You’ll find a bunch on Soma’s blog, the Visual Studio blog, the Visual Studio ALM blog and in the release notes.

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Memory Usage Tool while debugging in Visual Studio 2015
In Visual Studio 2013 we introduced the Memory Usage tool as part of the Performance and Diagnostics hub. This tool, like the rest of the profiling tools in the Performance and Diagnostics hub, is designed to work with processes without a debugger attached, leaving you without the fine-grained execution control that a debugger gives you. Full analysis only occurs after your profiling session is complete, a process we often refer to as post-mortem analysis, so you have to wait until the end to see any results and perform your investigations. We also introduced “Debug Managed Memory”, a tool that only works on .NET dump files. In Visual Studio 2015, we are providing a new way of profiling your app’s memory: a Memory Usage tool you can use while debugging.

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Leveraging Reactive Extensions for Asynchronous Processing
With most methods, you just want to call the method to get back a single result. Sometimes, however, you need to call a method that returns multiple results. And, sometimes, you'd like to process those results as the method produces them, rather than wait and get all the results at the end. In one of last month's columns, I showed how Microsoft Reactive Extensions could be used to solve that problem by catching notifications about a series of changes made by a process that performed operations on a SalesOrder object.

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Single Page CRUD Application (SPA) using ASP.NET Web API, MVC and Angular.js
A Single Page Application (SPA) is a web application that fits on a single web page. In this type of application, the server provides static HTML views, CSS and JavaScript and the application then loads data by making Ajax calls to the server. All subsequent views and navigation occurs without a postback to the server. This architecture provides a more fluid user experience just like a desktop application.

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Events/Webinars/Seminars you shouldn't miss

Customizing ASP.NET Authentication with Identity

Want to know how to use the new ASP.NET Identity system to manage access to your web apps and services? Explore the evolution of membership and identity in ASP.NET, and get real-world guidance and best practices on how to implement the newly architected system so you can easily define and manage users. Read more

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