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Video: C.R.U.D. with ASP .NET MVC, Web API, Entity Framework and Kendo UI

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Back in May I presented a session at TelerikNEXT that I designed for developers working on large-scale data-driven applications. In it, I demonstrated how the Telerik Kendo UI framework seamlessly integrates with the backend via ASP.NET MVC and Web API to build professional, robust line of business applications. I demonstrated how to create complex grids that support inline edits, complex templates and advanced filters, and sorts with only a few lines of JavaScript and C# code. This session showed the power of Kendo UI framework’s MVVM data-binding to deliver forms that simplify... [[ This is a content
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How to manage disk usage with Storage Sense in #Windows 10?

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Storage Sense is one of the great feature Microsoft has brought to Windows 10. The feature analyses the files on your hard drive and tells you how much space is actually occupied by different types of content. It also suggests you to locate and clean up unused files/contents. In this blog post, we will discuss about Storage Sense in Windows 10. This will help you to keep track of and manage the files on your drive. Continue reading to know more about this feature.   Along with the other posts that I have written on Windows
10 Tips & Tricks series, this post will help you to know the features available in Windows 10. Like the Windows mobile platform, Microsoft brought this feature to help you to easily manage your disk storage. It provides you detailed information on that. It analyses the files on your hard drive, tells you how much space is occupied by different types of file/content and suggests ways by which you can locate and clean up those files/unused contents. For systems with more than one drive, Storage Sense gives you a detailed storage breakdown for each drive including external USB devices attached with...(Read whole news on source site)

Building your first end-to-end Cross Platform app – Part 3 – Android App

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Hello and Welcome again to the third part of the series.  Till now we have created Weather.Common (Building your first end-to-end Cross Platform app) and Weather.Windows Building your first end-to-end Cross Platform app – Part 2 – Windows Universal App) . Now, we will be creating an android app which can run on phone and [...]

Visual Studio Toolbox: Azure SDK 2.7

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In this episode, I am joined by Brady Gaster and Mike Morton, who show us what Visual Studio developers get when they install the Azure SDK 2.7. Among the many enhancements they show are: Visual Studio provides the ability to sign in with multiple Azure accounts simultaneously [02:15] Cloud Explorer, a new tool window which will soon replace the Azure node in Server Explorer [05:23] New templates for creating Azure API apps and Azure App Service tooling improvements, including improvements to the Swagger generation process  [23:00] Improvements in how you work with multiple resources and resource groups
href="">[38:45] For more information on the Azure SDK 2.7, read the Azure team blog post here.
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Top Azure News for Visual Studio Developers – August 2015

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A lot has happened on the Azure side of the house in the last couple of months. We wanted to give you some of the highlights in case you aren’t already following the Azure blog, focusing especially on items that are most relevant to developers using Visual Studio. Using App Service Web Apps Continuous Deployment with GitHub Organizations. You might have already enjoyed the continuous deployment feature of Azure App Service when a web app is tied to a GitHub account. I know it came in very handy for the Visual Studio 2015 Product Guide, because it meant
never having to think about deployment again. We’re delighted that this feature is now also available with organization repositories on GitHub! Dependency call stack and Application Insights SDK labs. .NET developers already enjoy the capabilities provided in the Azure SDK 2.7 for .NET, which allows you to track calls from your app to external dependencies such as databases or REST APIs. The Application Insights SDK Labs is an experimental package that also lets you see where those calls originate in your apps, something that’s difficult with the current SDK.   Update on .NET Framework 4.6 and Azure. Speaking...(Read whole news on source site)

Building A Component-Based Web UI With Modern JavaScript Frameworks

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Most modern front-end JavaScript frameworks provide some sort of support for component based development. This is an incredibly important step in the direction of development for the web. Components provide a way to write small parts with a consistent API that can easily be orchestrated as part of a larger screen, application or system. Component based development isn't just the future of the web, though. It's what you should be doing now, in any modern UI / application framework on the web.

The Rise of JavaScript Frameworks – Part 2: Tomorrow

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  In Part 1 of this series I talked about the current state of JavaScript frameworks and how in many ways JavaScript frameworks have become the new baseline for developing client centric Web applications or Single Page Applications. Due to the complexities involved in building complex client side applications using JavaScript and HTML, frameworks have just about become a necessity to effectively building any non-trivial application. Frameworks are a huge help with organizing code, providing easy ways to bind data from models rather than binding data to the DOM manually with imperative code, providing tons of helper functionality
for operations most applications need like view and nested view routing, form validation, http request management and tons of other features that every application needs but isn’t immediately obvious as a bullet point feature. Version 1 of the major frameworks came about later than I would have expected them to, as there was a lot of pent up need to address the missing pieces. When these frameworks finally did arrive on the scene and got to a reasonably stable point, public interest took off like wild fire and adoption rates have gone through the roof since then. It’s not surprising...(Read whole news on source site)