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Year:2016
Date:2016-Feb-09
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Articles we enjoyed

ASP.NET – Progressive Enhancement with ASP.NET and React
Delivering Web content reliably is a game of chance. The random elements are the user’s network speed and browser capabilities. Progressive enhancement, or PE, is a development technique that embraces this unpredictability. The cornerstone of PE is server-side rendering of the HTML. It’s the only way to maximize your chances of success in the game of content delivery. For users with a modern browser, you layer on JavaScript to enhance the experience.

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Using multipurpose Command Window to execute things faster in Visual Studio
The Visual Studio Command Window is very powerful and can help you to execute things faster during development. The Command window can execute commands  directly in the Visual Studio by using their names. This command could be something from menu, your custom command or even hidden that are not shown in the menu. You can also use this window for debugging as well.    It’s there since beginning with Visual Studio;  however it is often overlooked and  many developers are still unaware about this great tool.

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Building UWP Apps Using Xamarin.Forms
There are many potential options when it comes to building cross-platform applications. They offer varying level of code reuse and usually an inverse level of device capabilities. The tools offered by Xamarin have been one of the front-runners, giving developers the ability to reuse all their business logic, whilst still being able to leverage any platform features. Xamarin.Forms offers yet another level of reuse, this time allowing developers to build a UI that works across iOS, Android, Windows Phone and now the Universal Windows Platform (UWP). In this article I'll show how to get started with Xamarin.Forms and how to add support for UWP.

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New features in C# 7, part 2
In my previous post about probable new features in C# 7, I talked about Tuples, Record Types and Pattern Matching. These are the most obvious candidates for inclusion. In this post I want to highlight a few more new features that are not getting as much attention but are also very useful features.

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Learn Enough Git to Be Dangerous
Learn Enough™ Git to Be Dangerous is the final installment in a trilogy of tutorials on developer fundamentals designed to teach three skills essential for software developers and those who work with them.

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Dynamic code generation in C#
Dynamic code generation in C#

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10 Articles Every Programmer Must Read
10 Articles Every Programmer Must Read

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Videos we favorited

Segmenting and Sending targeted notifications through Azure Mobile Engagement

Scott talks to Piyush Joshi about how you can use Azure Mobile Engagement to target specific users and send them notifications! This is a great way to really connect to small slices of users and give them information and notifications that they care about. Notifications are also a powerful way to remind your users about your apps and keep them coming back for more!

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Libraries and Tools to the rescue

3 Tools for Choosing and Working with Color in Apps, Websites, and Print

When developing apps, websites, or even presentations for your team or management it can be difficult to come up with a working color scheme. Read more

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