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Learn all about Microsoft’s Windows Azure platform at the architectural level and how it addresses enterprise cloud computing concerns including economics, security, storage and more. Included are ...
Learn all about Microsoft’s Windows Azure platform at the architectural level and how it addresses enterprise cloud computing concerns including economics, security, storage and more. Included are an Azure pricing table and a sample cost calculator.
Popular tags: 2010, February issue, MSDN Magazine
Downloads: 0 | Started: Feb 7 2010  | Contributors: 3
Windows Mobile 6.5 is the first version of the OS to expose gesture support to developers. Marcus Perryman explains how five touch screen gestures are handled, detailing message routing, the physic...
Windows Mobile 6.5 is the first version of the OS to expose gesture support to developers. Marcus Perryman explains how five touch screen gestures are handled, detailing message routing, the physics engine and some handy tips and tricks.
Popular tags: MSDN Magazine, February issue, 2010
Downloads: 0 | Started: Jan 11 2010  | Contributors: 2
Gesture Magic
Feb 18 2010
There are many ways to test WCF services, but the socket-based approach is flexible and very useful for security and performance testing. We show you show you how to test a WCF service using a netw...
There are many ways to test WCF services, but the socket-based approach is flexible and very useful for security and performance testing. We show you show you how to test a WCF service using a network socket based approach.
Popular tags: 2010, February issue, MSDN Magazine
Downloads: 0 | Started: Feb 7 2010  | Contributors: 2
Dino Esposito builds upon his exploration of new data binding features coming in the ASP.NET Ajax Library, explaining how to implement the predictive fetch design pattern.
Dino Esposito builds upon his exploration of new data binding features coming in the ASP.NET Ajax Library, explaining how to implement the predictive fetch design pattern.
Popular tags: MSDN Magazine, February issue, 2010
Downloads: 0 | Started: Feb 7 2010  | Contributors: 2
VPL, part of Robotics Developer Studio is intended for novice programmers, but is also useful for testing and prototyping. We write a simple serial port service that allows you to send and receive ...
VPL, part of Robotics Developer Studio is intended for novice programmers, but is also useful for testing and prototyping. We write a simple serial port service that allows you to send and receive data.
Popular tags: 2010, February issue, MSDN Magazine
Downloads: 0 | Started: Jan 11 2010  | Contributors: 2
Silverlight provides support for dynamic languages such as IronRuby and IronPython. We’ll walk you through the creation of a custom Silverlight control using Bing Maps and IronRuby.
Silverlight provides support for dynamic languages such as IronRuby and IronPython. We’ll walk you through the creation of a custom Silverlight control using Bing Maps and IronRuby.
Popular tags: MSDN Magazine, February issue, 2010
Downloads: 0 | Started: Feb 7 2010  | Contributors: 2
Interactive Bing Maps
Jan 11 2010
MVP has become a dominant pattern for UI design, but there are many interpretations of how to implement MVP. We take a look at some MVP-extending pattern and pull them into a holistic view of UI ar...
MVP has become a dominant pattern for UI design, but there are many interpretations of how to implement MVP. We take a look at some MVP-extending pattern and pull them into a holistic view of UI architecture.
Popular tags: 2010, February issue, MSDN Magazine
Downloads: 0 | Started: Feb 7 2010  | Contributors: 2
Extending MVP
Jan 11 2010
A good case could be made that computers should not make noise except in response to a specific user command. We’re going to ignore that and show you how to play custom sounds in a WPF application.
A good case could be made that computers should not make noise except in response to a specific user command. We’re going to ignore that and show you how to play custom sounds in a WPF application.
Popular tags: MSDN Magazine, February issue, 2010
Downloads: 0 | Started: Feb 7 2010  | Contributors: 2
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