The Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Tools for the Microsoft Office System brings significant enhancements to the development of business solutions that rely on solutions based on Office, Excel, InfoPath
and Outlook 2003. Extending the previous versions, the integration of these tools into Visual…
In this screencast,
Thom takes a look at one of the new features of ASP 2.0 called Themes and Skins. A theme is a collection of property settings that
allow a Web page to define a common look and for pages and controls. Themes are made up of elements: skins, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS),…
The Web Services platforms represents the evolution of past distributed component technologies. They really were the result of developments and companies struggling with the various interoperability
issues that were common with other technologies. Web Services aren’t the only distributed…
In this interview, Doug Rothaus, a programming writer on the Visual Studio User Education team, describes the new implicit line continuation feature in Visual Basic 2010. You can also learn more in his Help topic,
Statements in Visual Basic.
Visual Studio User…
In this interview, Doug Rothaus, a programming writer on the Visual Studio User Education team, describes the new auto-implemented properties in Visual Basic 2010. He also demonstrates some of the code examples in his Help topic,
Ken Levy takes his camcorder into the office of Scott Nonnenberg, a program manager on the C# team, to discuss using Visualizers in VS 2005 debugging. The demos include easy steps to create your own custom Visualizers.
Mobility is becoming an important part of application development. This falls into either connected or disconnected mobile applications. In this screencast,
Thom takes a look at building connected mobile applications using the ASP.NET Mobile Controls with Visual Studio 2005.
In Part 1 we looked at the basics of Web Parts with Visual Studio 2005 and ASP 2.0. In this second installment
Thom takes a look at some of the more advanced customization features. These include how to build a catalog and personalizing a Web Part Page.