Introducing Microsoft’s Power Pages

Introducing Microsoft’s Power Pages

Microsoft’s Power Platform low-code tools now build web apps and turn pictures into code.

Add security to Azure applications with Azure WAF

Add security to Azure applications with Azure WAF

Microsoft’s latest updates to Azure’s Web Application Firewall make it an essential component of cloud architectures.

Understanding Flatcar Container Linux

Understanding Flatcar Container Linux

Kinvolk’s Flatcar is Microsoft’s latest Linux. What is it and what should you use it for?

WCF returns: Core WCF gets a 1.0 release

WCF returns: Core WCF gets a 1.0 release

Microsoft promises to support the community .NET Windows Communication Foundation replacement.

Build desktop and mobile UIs with Blazor Hybrid apps

Build desktop and mobile UIs with Blazor Hybrid apps

.NET and Blazor bring the web development and mobile application worlds closer together.

Cross-platform UIs ‘go live’ with .NET MAUI

Cross-platform UIs ‘go live’ with .NET MAUI

.NET’s Multiplatform App UI is almost here. What do you need to know to start building cross-platform apps for mobile and desktop?

Make the most of SharePoint search APIs

Make the most of SharePoint search APIs

Microsoft’s SharePoint has a powerful set of search tools that you can build into your code.

NUnit uses open source tools to test .NET code

NUnit uses open source tools to test .NET code

Unit tests are an important part of modern application development. NUnit is perhaps the best-known way of using them with .NET code.

Azure Percept: A machine learning quick starter

Azure Percept: A machine learning quick starter

No code meets artificial intelligence in a ready-to-deploy smart edge device.

Accessibility Insights makes code more accessible

Accessibility Insights makes code more accessible

Microsoft’s accessibility tool helps you build inclusive user experiences.

Use DirectML to train PyTorch machine learning models on a PC

Use DirectML to train PyTorch machine learning models on a PC

Microsoft’s new tool makes it possible to use your own GPU to work with popular machine learning platforms.

Run PHP on .NET with PeachPie

Run PHP on .NET with PeachPie

.NET is much more than Microsoft’s own tools and languages. The open source PeachPie brings PHP to the table.

Using PWA Studio in Visual Studio Code

Using PWA Studio in Visual Studio Code

Build, test, and deploy progressive web applications inside your development editor.

Getting started with the Teams JavaScript SDK v2.0

Getting started with the Teams JavaScript SDK v2.0

Microsoft is bringing the Teams app host to the rest of Office, starting with Outlook.

Preparing for the end of Dockershim in AKS

Preparing for the end of Dockershim in AKS

Big changes are coming to the way Kubernetes manages containers. Here’s how to make sure your Azure Kubernetes Service applications are ready.

Securing Azure Kubernetes networking with Calico

Securing Azure Kubernetes networking with Calico

With a few lines of YAML, Calico will keep watch as you build application-controlled networking.

Understanding Azure HPC

Understanding Azure HPC

Build your own supercomputer in the cloud with Azure’s high-performance computing tools.

Take advantage of .NET 6 on Microsoft Azure

Take advantage of .NET 6 on Microsoft Azure

Microsoft has updated Azure’s main PaaS services with the latest release of .NET. Here’s the skinny on .NET 6 support in Azure Functions, Azure App Service, and Azure Static Web Apps.

Using the Webview UI Toolkit for Visual Studio Code

Using the Webview UI Toolkit for Visual Studio Code

Microsoft helps deliver accessible, consistent web-based extensions to its free code editor.

Build on Excel using the Microsoft Graph API

Build on Excel using the Microsoft Graph API

Excel apps are everywhere. Thanks to Microsoft Graph, we can build them into our web and mobile applications.

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