Build MVVM applications with the Windows Community Toolkit

Build MVVM applications with the Windows Community Toolkit

Model-view-viewmodel works well with XAML and .NET. Now there’s a first-class implementation from the .NET community

Understanding Microsoft’s Open Service Mesh

Understanding Microsoft’s Open Service Mesh

Microsoft has announced its open source service mesh implementation. What does it mean for Kubernetes on Azure?

Presenting the Azure Well-Architected Framework

Presenting the Azure Well-Architected Framework

Start using cloud-native applications on Azure with design patterns and best practices

Introducing Microsoft’s Dataflex low-code data platform

Introducing Microsoft’s Dataflex low-code data platform

The latest member of the Power Platform family of tools brings business data into Teams collaborations

Getting started with Azure Arc and Kubernetes

Getting started with Azure Arc and Kubernetes

Azure brings GitOps to Kubernetes at scale with a preview of its new application operations platform

The end of the line for PHP on Windows

The end of the line for PHP on Windows

Microsoft will no longer build new releases of PHP for Windows. What does the Windows Web application development future look like?

Working with Teams in the Microsoft Graph

Working with Teams in the Microsoft Graph

Create and manage collaborative teams with code

Working with the Azure Kinect Developer Kit

Working with the Azure Kinect Developer Kit

Building applications on top of the Kinect depth sensor

Using Redis Enterprise in Azure

Using Redis Enterprise in Azure

Microsoft and RedisLabs are collaborating to bring advanced Redis features to Azure, adding new in-memory database tools to Azure’s cache service

Building your first Azure Static Web App

Building your first Azure Static Web App

Microsoft’s new service brings together Azure and GitHub to deliver static Web content

Microsoft’s Project Reunion: Win32 and UWP unite

Microsoft’s Project Reunion: Win32 and UWP unite

Microsoft announced it is bringing Win32 and UWP together at last. How is it going to happen?

Lists and Fluid Framework add fuel to Microsoft Graph development

Lists and Fluid Framework add fuel to Microsoft Graph development

At Build 2020 Microsoft unveils new Graph-based tools for building collaborative applications

GitHub takes Visual Studio Code online

GitHub takes Visual Studio Code online

GitHub Codespaces give you and your team a VS Code development environment as part of your repository, along with threaded discussions

Understanding Azure Edge Zones

Understanding Azure Edge Zones

Microsoft brings your network to Azure in an effort to reduce latency and support distributed applications that work across infrastructure on-premises, in edge data centers, and in Azure

Getting started with Azure Remote Rendering

Getting started with Azure Remote Rendering

Deliver complex 3D images to HoloLens 2 using GPUs in the public cloud

Using C# to automate web application testing in Edge with WebDriver

Using C# to automate web application testing in Edge with WebDriver

Microsoft adds support for its Chromium-based browser to the open source Selenium test framework

Kubernetes meets WebAssembly in Microsoft’s Krustlet

Kubernetes meets WebAssembly in Microsoft’s Krustlet

‘Kubernetes Rust kubelets’ allow you to run WebAssembly workloads on Kubernetes alongside containers

Inside Microsoft’s latest OS: Azure RTOS

Inside Microsoft’s latest OS: Azure RTOS

Microsoft’s family of operating systems now scales from the smallest devices to hyperscale clouds

Building PWAs in the new Microsoft Edge

Building PWAs in the new Microsoft Edge

Microsoft is making it easier to discover progressive Web applications in Edge

Remote coding with Visual Studio Live Share and GitHub

Remote coding with Visual Studio Live Share and GitHub

Using Microsoft’s development tools for remote working and social coding

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