NET Framework application development

  • August 06, 2008 06 Aug'08

    .NET 3.5 SP1 set to arrive - offers ADO.NET updates, ease-of-install

    Microsoft's .NET 3.5 SP1 framework, due this month, includes a reworked ADO.NET that can speed up development. Its new Entity Framework Developments will get the once-over from developers already versed in WCF and the fairly ubiquitous NHibernate. ...

  • June 17, 2008 17 Jun'08

    Infragistics Silverlight 2.0 chart and gauge components released

    Infragistics unveiled chart and gauge components for Microsoft Silverlight beta 2. The company also released Web Slider and Web Hierarchical Data Source controls for ASP.NET AJAX. The 2.0 version of Silverlight is much more usable for developers, ...

  • June 04, 2008 04 Jun'08

    Silverlight and Parallel .NET updates due from Microsoft

    At TechEd for Developers, Microsoft disclosed technology previews for parallel programming and distributed in-memory caching. It also announced a Go Live license for Silverlight 2.0.

  • May 07, 2008 07 May'08

    .NET StockTrader app targets services, load balancing and fail over

    On the road to the Oslo SOA scheme, Microsoft added new Configuration Services to its .NET StockTrader sample application. The tools are said to improve scalability, load balancing and fail over.

  • May 07, 2008 07 May'08

    Visual Studio bridging plug-in speeds Java development

    At JavaOne, JNBridge announced middleware tools that let Eclipse developers create .NET apps and Visual Studio developers access Java. A user says 64-bit shared-memory support and data compression features help the bridging software to excel in ...

  • March 02, 2006 02 Mar'06

    Microsoft mends minor scripting problems in Monad

    The fixes apply to Microsoft's Monad scripting language for the beta 3.1 version. Monad is due to make its first appearance in Exchange 12 later this year.

  • May 24, 2005 24 May'05

    Monad not expected in Longhorn release

    Microsoft's new command-line shell and scripting language isn't expected to be ready until Longhorn's R2, but will be included in the next version of Exchange.