Blogs

  • DevExpress.com Blogs

    DevExpress.com Blogs

    Create Web Forms in minutes with the new ASP.NET Form Layout control
    Published. December 5, 2012

    Creating web forms in ASP.NET and Visual Studio is now much easier and quicker using the new DevExpress ASP.NET Form Layout control. First, watch this five minute "ASP.NET Form Layout - Getting Started" video to learn how easy it is to use, what features it provides, and why you’ll soon be designing attractive, powerful forms using the DevExpress ASP.NET editor controls: New for v2012.2 With the ASP.NET Form Layout control you can easily create form layouts of any complexity...


  • Approaching Windows Embedded Intelligently

    Approaching Windows Embedded Intelligently

    Tis the season to be shopping…for a phone that works with your car!
    Published. December 5, 2012

    Posted By Chris ElliotSenior Marketing Communications Manager Christmas is fast approaching, and if you’re anything like me, you have some shopping to do. Some of you may be considering buying a new mobile phone as a gift for yourself or someone on your list.  There are so many cool new options out there to choose from (including some great Windows Phone 8 devices—hint, hint) but for those with a car that has an in-car connectivity system, like Ford SYNC, one important consideration...


  • Somasegar's blog

    Somasegar's blog

    Visual Studio and Internationalization
    Published. December 5, 2012

    Our developer customer base for Visual Studio is truly global.  A significant portion of the Visual Studio user base is international, and as a result, we spend a lot of time and energy making sure that Visual Studio yields a great experience, regardless of locale, and we continually strive to improve that experience. One recent manifestation of this was in how we handled language releases for Visual Studio 2012.  In previous versions of Visual Studio, we would first ship the English version,...


  • ScottGu's Blog

    ScottGu's Blog

    iOS Support with Windows Azure Mobile Services – now with Push Notifications
    Published. December 5, 2012

    A few weeks ago I posted about a number of improvements to Windows Azure Mobile Services. One of these was the addition of an Objective-C client SDK that allows iOS developers to easily use Mobile Services for data and authentication.  Today I'm excited to announce a number of improvement to our iOS SDK and, most significantly, our new support for Push Notifications via APNS (Apple Push Notification Services).  This makes it incredibly easy to fire push notifications to your iOS users from...


  • All About Microsoft

    Microsoft opens its Socl social-search site to any and all testers
    Published. December 5, 2012

    Microsoft is opening up its Socl social-networking research project. There are still no public plans as to when, how and if Microsoft will take Socl commercial....


  • Get The Point

    Get The Point

    Announcing a new blog site for SharePoint IWs
    Published. October 22, 2012

    Abstract: This Get the Point blog site is being retired and we'll henceforth be posting SharePoint IW and end-user content to the O365 Community Technical blog. Category: SharePoint 2013; SharePoint Online; Office 365 Published: 11/29/2012 8:38 AM # Comments:...


  • The Visual Studio Blog

    Visual Studio 2012 Update 1 is here
    Published. November 26, 2012

    Today, the Visual Studio 2012 Update 1 (Visual Studio 2012.1) is available for download. You can get it now via the Visual Studio 2012.1 download page (see "Visual Studio 2012 Update 1" under the "Additional software" section). For an overview of the main updates included in Visual Studio 2012.1, please visit Soma’s blog. As he mentions in his post, “This [update] isn’t just about bug fixes, though it contains plenty of those (Visual Studio 2012.1 includes more than a 100 fixes...


  • Sean Wildermuth

    Sean Wildermuth

    When The VPN Doesn't Work to my TFS-Using Client
    Published. November 16, 2012

    Very short post today, but wanted to share something that happens more than I'd like to admit. I work for some clients who use TFS and when I can't in through their VPN I need to zip up my files for them to check-in manually. It's not fun (I miss being able to create a change set in Mercurial or Git). When this happens I need to have a quick way of copying all the files in a project that aren't marked as read-only. Robocopy to the rescue: robocopy %1 %2 %3 /S /XA:R /XD obj bin packages backup _UpgradeReport_Files...


  • Dan Wahlin's WebLog

    Dan Wahlin's WebLog

    Code and Slides from my Fall 2012 DevConnections Talks
    Published. November 1, 2012

    Thanks to everyone who attended my sessions at the Fall 2012 DevConnections conference in Las Vegas. There was a ton of interest in different JavaScript and HTML5 topics. Here’s a picture taken after finishing up my first talk. The second one was packed (standing room only…forgot to take a picture though unfortunately) – thanks to everyone for the great questions and interest in the sessions! I really enjoyed talking with everyone that came up afterward.   As promised, here’s...



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