Ever want to try out a new development product without having to install it on your machine? Well, the MSDN Virtual Labs will help you do just that. Watch the video, then check out
the labs on Channel 9.
In this video we talk to Visual Studio Tools for Office team General Manager, KD Hallman, and Development Manger, Eric Carter. They’re working on "Cypress", a fully-supported add-on for Visual Studio 2005 that enables developers to build solutions that
target Office 2007, and the next…
Just playing with some of the new Testing features in Visual Studio 2010 and thought people might be interested in the new interface for Camano and a new feature for CodedUI Tests...pulling the automations strips directly out of TFS!
PS my apologies about the sound...i need a new headset!
Erick Ellis and Mark Wilson-Thomas talk about what's new in the WPF editor for Visual Studio in .NET 3.5 SP1. Topics include faster performance both from WPF and optimizations of their own, new cool visualizers, the Document Outline (very useful for WPF Apps) and more.And as Mark mentioned, if you…
Dr. Sneath speaks with
Ian Ellison-Taylor and
Kevin Gjerstad about new improvements and features in WPF 3.5 Service Pack 1.
Topics of the conversation range from
Performance, Application Model and
Tools. And while discussing the current state and the future of WPF a…
Brief walkthrough on using Blend to style a WPF application originally created with VS 2008 Cider designer; see how you can seamlessly go back and forth between the two tools to get the best out of a developer (intellisense, code wiring, etc.) and designer
( styling, templating) tools for…
"Cider" is the codename for the WPF designer in Visual Studio 2008. This screencast covers some of the new features in Cider and walks you through building a small application to apply the features.
This part 1 in a 2 part series, part 2 is available here:
Cider Beta 2 : Styling…
In this video, Fil Fortes provides a great overview of using Windows Presentation Foundation to create a vacation travelogue. Starting with a blank document, he builds a solution up using XAML, Visual Studio 2005 and
Expression Interactive Designer that can be browsed over the web. Pretty neat!…
If you have been developing with ASP.Net you may have used some custom built page templating system. Now in ASP.Net 2.0 the templating functionality is built in and its called
Master Pages. Thom Robbins provides a simple demonstration of what they look like in VS2005.