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Liquid Newsletter Template Week:09
Year:2015
Date:2015-Feb-26
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Books we recommend

The Developer’s Guide to the New .NET

This ebook is no fluff–just a developer-to-developer breakdown of what’s in store for .NET in 2015. Included are code snippets and step-by-step tutorials on handy new features and techniques. Download for free, and learn more about: Visual Studio 2015 .NET core goes open source Cross platform development with .NET C# 6.0 Roslyn Windows 10

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Articles we enjoyed

Understanding .NET 2015
Now that we’re approaching the next BUILD, I’m even more excited about the progress we’ve been making, particularly around the .NET platform itself, and the team’s approach to open source. There are multiple tracks of .NET innovations happening so I thought I’d write a high-level “sign-post” style blog post to help people understand the major pieces and how and where to get involved with the projects. In other words, a good place to start learning about .NET 2015. At least that’s my hope!

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C# 6.0 in 6 Screenshots
For more detail and more complete coverage, go to the source. NB: these are as of Visual Studio 2015, CTP 5. Things can/will change

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Introducing ASP.NET 5
The first preview release of ASP.NET 1.0 came out almost 15 years ago.  Since then millions of developers have used it to build and run great web applications, and over the years we have added and evolved many, many capabilities to it. I'm excited today to post about a new release of ASP.NET that we are working on that we are calling ASP.NET 5.  This new release is one of the most significant architectural updates we've done to ASP.NET.  As part of this release we are making ASP.NET leaner, more modular, cross-platform, and cloud optimized.

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Using Windows Azure Mobile Services in ASP.NET MVC
Windows Azure provides various features like Cloud Services, Sql Azure, Web Sites, Virtual Machine, Mobile Services, etc. Each of these features has its own advantages. In this article we will explore the use of Windows Azure Mobile Services in an ASP.NET MVC application. Windows Azure mobile services are designed to develop highly functional mobile apps. These are designed for enabling back-end capabilities for the application.

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Libraries and Tools to the rescue

The new OneDrive API

I’m excited to announce the release of the new OneDrive API, which allows developers to integrate OneDrive into their apps to store and manage user data across all major platforms, including Windows, the web, iOS, and Android. With this new RESTful API, you can build on a scalable cloud storage platform that reaches users across the entire family of Microsoft consumer services. Read more

VS 2015 CTP6 and TFS 2015 CTP1 shipped today

Today we shipped Visual Studio 2015 CTP6 and TFS 2015 CTP1.  You can download both here: Download Visual Studio 2015 CTP 6 and Team Foundation Server 2015 CTP Read more

Microsoft To Add React JavaScript to Visual Studio 2015

In response to overwhelming user requests, Microsoft has started a project to add support for a React JavaScript component to Visual Studio 2015. Specifically, the project is to add React JSX support. JSX is the XML-like syntax extension for JavaScript commonly used with the React library. JSX support has long been the No. 1 request on the Web Essentials User Voice site used to gather feature requests from the user base, garnering more than four times the number of requests of any other project. Read more

Events/Webinars/Seminars you shouldn't miss

Azure and Open Source: What You Need to Know

Want a big-picture perspective on the Microsoft cloud platform? ​Even though it was originally called "Windows" Azure, the Microsoft cloud platform offers much more than Microsoft software. It also includes plenty of support for open source technologies. Read more

Azure and Open Source: What You Need to Know

Want a big-picture perspective on the Microsoft cloud platform? ​Even though it was originally called "Windows" Azure, the Microsoft cloud platform offers much more than Microsoft software. It also includes plenty of support for open source technologies. Read more

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