ASPNET development tools
- May 10, 2010
Brian Goldfarb is director of Developer Platform and Tools at Microsoft. In a recent email interview, he talked about Microsoft's evolving strategy on open source and contributions the company has made to the open source community.
- August 26, 2009
Embarcadero Technologies announced a new version of its RAD Studio, called RAD Studio 2010, featuring updated versions of Delphi, C++ Builder, and Delphi Prism and comes in three SKUs: Professional, Enterprise, and Architect.
- December 17, 2007
The company's Web.UI for ASP.NET now includes a component editor and an Ajax-enabled spell checker tool.
- October 22, 2007
Popfly, Microsoft's Silverlight-powered tool for building Web mash-ups and Windows Vista gadgets, is now available as a public beta.
- October 15, 2007
The company has added Vista UI elements to NetAdvantage for Windows Forms and a PDF and XPS export engine to NetAdvantage for ASP.NET.
- August 09, 2007
Infragistics' presentation layer development suite has added tools for developing dashboard controls and for improving a Web site's search engine optimization.
- June 12, 2007
The company's NetAdvantage for WPF tool now supports Visual Studio 2008. In addition, plans were announced to support Web development frameworks like ASP.NET AJAX and Silverlight.
- June 04, 2007
Microsoft spits out such a steady stream of little tools and utilities, they sometimes fall under the radar of all but the most vigilant developers. To make certain you haven't overlooked these helpful developer downloads; I've gathered 10 freebies ...
- May 14, 2007
This month's .NET development products include an XML content authoring app, a memory profiler, a set of Silverlight controls, and a mobile-to-back end connection that uses WCF.
- January 04, 2007
The company has updated its TestAdvantage and NetAdvantage tools, with the latter now supporting Microsoft's ASP.NET AJAX library and controls.
- December 22, 2005
ComponentOne has updated its ComponentOne Studio Enterprise for compatibility with Visual Studio 2005 and the .NET Framework 2.0.
- September 16, 2005
At the Professional Developers Conference, Infragistics set a ship date for its NetAdvantage 2005 presentation-layer tool. Such tools can help as developers navigate a suddenly richer Microsoft visual environment.