This is the 3 rd in a series of blog posts dedicated to highlighting the exciting new mobile development features of Gizmox’s Visual WebGui 7. Enterprise mobility means that people are working in wide range of environments – not all of which have reliable...(read more)
Two of my favorite things working together: Spotify & AirPlay. This tip lets you play your Spotify library for free on your home theatre! If you have a Mac, simply hold down the option key when you click on the audio menu option. You can then send just the audio to an Apple TV or AirPort. If you're on Windows, you'll need to use something like Airfoil for Windows.
Take a look at this article from Cult of Mac for other cool uses for the option key.
service sites to name a few. But what if your target audience is predominantly mobile focused and you wish to provide content tailored to specific devices? What if you want to reach the audience with a consistent, easier to manage UI? Mobile? Responsive? How Do They Differ? Mobile sites may or may not be ports of existing desktop sites, but they often make use existing assets with the goal of providing users an optimized web browsing experience tailored to their device. Responsive setups offer more uniformity across various devices and typically are "fluid-like", automatically adjusting or "responding" to usage (i.e.: flipping a...(Read whole news on source site)
Microsoft is continuing to move more of its cloud services onto Windows Azure. The latest in the queue: Skype and SkyDrive.
Microsoft is now compiling internally its daily Visual Studio builds using its 'Roslyn' compiler technology. Could a new preview and/or final release be happening soon?
but COM was not at home, so COM could not answer ;) This was my error (it was actually a warning according to Visual Studio 2013): Warning 13 Generation of the designer file for MagazineDetails.aspx failed: Error HRESULT E_FAIL has been returned from a call to a COM component. C:\www\myproject\MagazineDetails.aspx It is the same error as the following people have/had: http://forums.asp.net/t/1624922.aspx http://forums.asp.net/p/1953745/5570912.aspx?Visual+Studio+2013+Generation+of+the+designer+file+for+xxxxx+failed+Error+HRESULT+E_FAIL+has+been+returned+from+a+call+to+a+COM+component+ I am not alone, so I decided to blog about it. My configuration contains a Windows 8.1 x64 install with
all the latest updates and have Visual Studio 2013 (version 12.0.21005.1) and I had this issue with just one aspx file. The error was not even visible at first. I had to lower the warning level (it was 4, and error was visible at 3) The thing is that this invisible error broke my intellisense and when I added controls like literals, buttons, labels etc. to the aspx. The “codebehind” (aspx.cs) did not recognize them. It was frustrating! And this was only an issue with one or two aspx files. (out of 30 or something) ...(Read whole news on source site)