Monthly Archives: May 2007
PAT team release a minor update to the Enterprise Library 3.0. You can download it together with webcasts and presentations on the Enterprise Library on MSDN
They relased also Performance Testing Guidance for Web Applications Guide which in case you are doing Web apps you should check it out
The Microsoft ESB Guidance provides architectural guidance, patterns, practices, and a set of BizTalk Server and .NET components to simplify the development of an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) on the Microsoft platform and to allow Microsoft customers to extend their own messaging and integration solutions.
Another cool concept from Microsoft based on silevlight which enables users RSD (Rapid Site Development) by combining and connecting existing blocks.
The big news today is about Popfly, our new mashup-creation tool. Nik at TechCrunch thinks it’s cool, and says “Seeing applications like Popfly coming out of Microsoft is something that I couldn’t have imagined all too long ago”. It is pretty awesome, check out the interview Rory did with the Popfly team, and also watch the demos.
Check out the video demoing it PopFly demo video
Blaine Wastell – patterns & practices client architecture guidance : Smart Client Software Factory – May 2007 Release is Live
The release provides:
- Windows Presentation Foundation interoperability CAB extensions and View with presenter recipe
- Offline application blocks and recipes; the application blocks support asynchronous calls to WCF web services.
- Richer ClickOnce Deployment capabilities
- Enhanced guidance packages which includes code generation Visual Basic .NET 2005
- Improved installation with a new dependency checker
The Microsoft ASP.NET Futures May 2007 (“Futures”) release contains an early developer preview of features providing a wide range of new functionality for both ASP.NET and Silverlight. The Futures release includes early experimental versions of features currently being considered for future versions of ASP.NET and the .NET Framework. The Futures releases assume prior knowledge of the core features of ASP.NET including the previous ASP.NET AJAX Futures January CTP.
Another nice Silverlight demos from ASP .NET guru, Fritz Onion
I’ve been using for some time DevExpress Refactor! Pro and CodeRush products combined with JetBrains Resharper but DevExpress ASP .NET refactoring tool slept my attention. I saw it somewhere on DevExpress site but beside the fact it was free I haven’t noticed any additional tools
Kudos to Brad Adams for posting about the asp .net tool and doing the most important thing: putting a couple of screenshoots 🙂
It is really awesome tool which saves tons of time!
Have to for every ASP .NET developer
Mix ’07 which is currently happening in Las Vegas announced a lot of really exciting things for us in the upcoming year(s). IIS7 Beta3 is gone Live and hosting already www.Microsoft.com, .NET IronRuby, CrossPlatform .NET framework, SilverLight demo, VS Orcas knocking at the door, Silverlight getting speed, etc, etc …
To feel the heat take a look at next webcasts:
To get some knowledge on Silverlight take a look at:
What is Project Astoria you can discover here
Scott Hanselman gave a couple of cool Diagrams and opinions about the thing going on Mix ’07