Exploring ASP.Net Razor: Putting C# in your HTML

Exploring ASP.Net Razor: Putting C# in your HTML

With Razor Microsoft puts server-side code and web design on the same page

04/23/2019

Move data to the cloud with Azure Data Migration

Move data to the cloud with Azure Data Migration

Getting data from databases to Azure needn’t be hard

04/16/2019

Serverless computing in Azure: How to build a petition site

Serverless computing in Azure: How to build a petition site

This example shows you how to use Azure services to build scalable, serverless web applications

03/26/2019

Open Compute Project and Azure: hardware meets software

Open Compute Project and Azure: hardware meets software

How the world of open hardware design interacts with Azure’s underlying infrastructure

03/19/2019

How to use Azure Data Explorer for large-scale data analysis

How to use Azure Data Explorer for large-scale data analysis

Microsoft’s tool for querying terabytes of data finally arrives for everyone to use

02/12/2019

Blazor now runs on a server: What you should know

Blazor now runs on a server: What you should know

Microsoft’s Blazor .Net WebAssembly tool makes a jump to the server and to ASP.Net Core

01/29/2019

GitHub after Microsoft: How it has changed

GitHub after Microsoft: How it has changed

The cloud and enterprise source-management platform is making up for lost time with new features and new pricing plans

01/22/2019

How to work with Azure’s managed MariaDB

How to work with Azure’s managed MariaDB

Support for one of the web’s most popular databases can help you migrate your code to cloud-native architectures

01/15/2019

What developers should know about Windows’s shift to Chromium

What developers should know about Windows’s shift to Chromium

Microsoft’s new Edge browser strategy could make developers’ lives a lot easier, including those creating PWAs or working in MacOS

01/02/2019

How to migrate your apps from Azure Container Service

How to migrate your apps from Azure Container Service

Microsoft’s ACS is shutting down in January 2020. Here are your options for Kubernetes, Docker, and DC/OS

12/18/2018

Create your cloud code installer with CNAB and Duffle

Create your cloud code installer with CNAB and Duffle

Microsoft and Docker unveil new tools for managing and deploying cloud applications for containers on any cloud

12/11/2018

How to build blockchains on Azure

How to build blockchains on Azure

Develop trusted business applications with Microsoft’s Azure blockchain tools

11/27/2018

How to build 64-bit apps for Windows on ARM

How to build 64-bit apps for Windows on ARM

Updates to Visual Studio finally add native ARM64 support to Microsoft’s ARM-based always-connected PCs

11/20/2018

What .Net Standard 2.1 means to you

What .Net Standard 2.1 means to you

A new release of the .Net Standard library is around the corner, with significant benefits to developers—and a major shift in .Net's evolution

11/13/2018

How to use Git and GitHub for Microsoft development

How to use Git and GitHub for Microsoft development

Microsoft’s development tools offer many ways to work with Git source control, from plug-ins to direct integration

10/30/2018

Introducing Fluent, Windows 10’s modern UI approach

Introducing Fluent, Windows 10’s modern UI approach

Code isn’t the only thing that matters to your users—design and experience are as important

10/23/2018

How to secure your Azure network

How to secure your Azure network

Connected virtual machines need the same kind of security and network management tools as your own data center

10/16/2018

Azure Cosmos DB gets the multiple-master boost for distributed apps

Azure Cosmos DB gets the multiple-master boost for distributed apps

Microsoft’s cloud database platform is updated to improve distributed systems performance at a global scale

10/09/2018

How to work with Azure Pipelines for devops

How to work with Azure Pipelines for devops

Microsoft’s devops build tools get a makeover, both in the cloud and on your servers

09/18/2018

It’s gotten a little easier to develop PWAs in Windows

It’s gotten a little easier to develop PWAs in Windows

Microsoft’s progressive web apps tools remain unintegrated, but there's been some progress for Visual Studio developers

09/11/2018

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