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October 13, 2008
A WPF application can give you the best of a .NET back end and a browser-based front end. When a Xerox design lead had trouble finding a Flash programmer who could also work with the company's .NET back end, he tried replacing the Flash component of...
January 30, 2008
By tying into Microsoft Office 2007 and the .NET Framework 3.0, ILOG Rules for .NET aims to ease the process of crafting and deploying business rules.
November 19, 2007
A survey of more than 625 .NET developers and architects shows that they continue to grapple with age-old challenges while simultaneously easing into new tools and technologies.
February 19, 2007
Microsoft's "Ready for a New Day" Vista launch tour is showing developers how to use .NET 3.0 and Visual Studio 2005 to mimic the operating system's new user experience.
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PowerCLI applies a Windows PowerShell framework to VMware. Use it to automate vSphere, vCenter and the rest of your environment, and its capabilities will only grow over time. Continue Reading
.NET 3.0 is the specification for Microsoft's new suite of managed application program interfaces, or APIs, that developers can apply to Windows Vista and Windows XP... (Continued) Continue Reading
IronRuby is a version of the Ruby programming language developed for Microsoft Common Language Runtime (CLR), which is part of the .NET framework... (Continued) Continue Reading
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Learn how to use PrintDialog, PrintVisual and DocumentPaginator to print in Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF). Continue Reading
Michele Leroux Bustamante describes the different types of contracts used with WCF services inlcuding ServiceContracts and DataContracts. She also shows the two approaches to developing contracts, Code-First and Contract-First. Continue Reading
CardSpace is Microsoft's identity management tool for the .NET Framework 3.0. This updated tip introduces the technology and discusses how it aligns with the rest of .NET 3.0. Continue Reading