New post on developing ASP.NET controls with client capabilities

Mike just created a blog post about developing ASP.NET controls using ASP.NET AJAX Extensions. The blog post was created by Brian J. Cardiff when he created  the RealTimeSearchMonitor that will be coming out with our new Search Bundle. You should check it out if you want to create a control that takes advantage of the…

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Does the computer take over your life?

An interesting article has been circulating around Microsoft of late regarding Office or Home A.D.D. Ok, let’s be honest how many of you are walking outside reading e-mail on you Smart Phone or at home with your family and friends and reading e-mail instead of engaging in conversation with them? I can say that I…

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WPF Composite Client

The Acropolis team just announced that  the core Acropolis concepts will be rolled into future .NET Framework releases. As Glenn just announced, the patterns & practices team will develop WPF Composite Client guidance. This is not a  new version of CAB . It is an entirely new set of  libraries and guidance, built from the ground up, targeting development of…

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Guidance provided by Responsive Composite Web Client Reference Implementation

As I was creating the home page for the new Reference Implementation that we just shipped, I realized that we demonstrate how to solve a number of technical challenges . I want to highlight these to give you an idea of the richness of our most current OrderManagement Reference Implementation.  The reference implementation demonstrates how to solve the following…

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Web Client Bundle Quality Checkpoints

The p&p Web Client team has now shipped the Contextual AutoComplete, Validation, Composite Web Client Library, Composite Web Client Automation, and Responsive Composite Web Client Reference Implementation Guidance Bundles. Both Glenn and Mike mentioned these in previous blogs. I want to give you insights into how we built quality into these bundles. As the PM, it feels good…

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