In this interview Dmitry Robsman, the Product Unit Manager for ASP.NET, shows us how he implemented ASP.NET MVC views using Visual Basic's XML Literals instead of .aspx pages. He shows us how this makes coding the views much cleaner using standard OOP
principals. He also makes some very…
In diesem Interview hat msdn tv die Chance bekommen, mit Jean Paoli, Co-Creator von XML und mittlerweile Chef-Interop-Stratege bei Microsoft, zu sprechen. Interoperabiltät ist einer der Schlüssel für erfolgreiche Geschäftsideen im Internet und im besten Fall unsichtbar. Was aber nicht…
Visual Studio has lots of features that increase developer productivity; one of them is the Code Snippets. Visual Studio comes with many code snippets that you can access by right clicking and selecting Insert Snippet, or typing the snippet's name.
With this demo, we would like to show you how…
As you may have heard me say before, I love Tower Defense games. In fact, I've always wanted to build one or two but the main problem is that I'm better with ideas than programming. On the other hand, TD games are all very similar—creeps go in, creeps (try to) go out. Meanwhile you try your best to…
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In this episode of Defrag Tools, Andrew Richards and Chad Beeder walk you through a common issues in Windows Store applications that use XML. We use a Windows Store 8.1 app sample to show how missing code affects the stability of the process. Resources:Improving apps with Quality…
Josh Holmes caught up with
Dave Donaldson to talk about the cool project that he started back in 2005 called
CodeKeep. This is a fantastic example of a passionate guy putting up a project that everyone can benefit from with no financial motivation.
This is one of the longer…
Jean Paoli, senior director of XML architecture, sits down for the first half of a two-part interview with us about his role in creating XML, among other things. He was recently given the prestigious
XML Cup at the XML 2004 conference.
Since Dare runs the XML team at Microsoft, we thought it'd be interesting to get his take on standards and how Microsoft works with the standards bodies.Now it's your turn, how are we doing when it comes to XML standards?