MyShuttle.biz Azure backend services and LOB integration to O365 and Salesforce powered by Microsoft Azure and Visual Studio 2015

[**NEW!! – Updated on March 2015 – Compatible with VS 2015 CTP 6 **] This blog post (focusing on the Azure backend services for MyShuttle.biz mobile apps) is the fifth post of a blog posts series covering the different scenarios implemented by the MyShuttle.biz apps. 1. Blog Post: Global Intro of the MyShuttle.biz demo apps…

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MyShuttle.biz ASP.NET 5 Web Apps and Services

        [*** March 2015 – UPDATED to Visual Studio 2015 CTP 6 version ***] If you want to have a detailed overview about ASP.NET 5 and .NET Core 5, check this blog post out that I wrote a few days ago. This actual blog post (focusing on ASP.NET 5 web apps development) is the second post of…

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MyShuttle.biz and Cross-platform Mobile Development of native apps for iOS, Android and Windows with .NET and Xamarin

      [**NEW!! – Updated on March 2015 – Compatible with VS 2015 CTP 6 **] This blog post (focusing on native apps development) is the third post of a blog posts serie covering the different scenarios implemented by the MyShuttle.biz apps. 1. Blog Post: Global Intro of the MyShuttle.biz demo apps from Connect();…

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MyShuttle.biz and multi device development of hybrid apps for iOS, Android and Windows with Visual Studio Tools for Apache Cordova

  [**NEW!! – Updated on March 2015 – Compatible with VS 2015 CTP 6 **] This blog post (focusing on hybrid mobile apps development based on HTML, JavaScript and TypeScript within Apache Cordova container) is the forth post of a blog posts series covering the different scenarios implemented by the MyShuttle.biz apps. 1. Blog Post:…

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MyShuttle.biz demo apps from Connect(); Visual Studio and Azure event

          [**NEW!! – Updated on March 2015 – Compatible with VS 2015 CTP 6 **] This is the first blog post of a series of posts regarding the MYSHUTTLE.biz sample applications implemented with the new Visual Studio 2015 Preview and .NET 2015 Preview. Here’s the list of blog posts: 1. (Current…

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What is .NET Core 5 and ASP.NET 5 within .NET 2015 Preview

(UPDATE – Nov.2016) – Note that .NET 5 and ASP.NET Core 5 were temporal brandings while .NET Core was in beta. Its final branding was .NET Core 1.0 and ASP.NET Core 1.0 when released in June 2016, due to the big shift or “reset/modernization” in .NET Core compared to .NET 4.x. — Last week, on…

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Booting Windows 8.1 Update natively from a .VHDX image

This is very useful when you need to boot Windows natively, but you need to have different environments, like working with BETAS/CTPs, etc., like it is my case. 😉 In many cases HyperV might not suitable for you, for instance, if I want to deploy mobile apps from Visual Studio (Windows Phone apps or Xamarin…

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.NET Conf June 2014 – Recorded sessions available for free!

As part of the .NET Conf team, I want to highlight in my blog these .NET sessions we just delivered this week. During this week (June 25th and 26th 2014) we shared innovation and news about the present and future of .NET, all in a single place focusing on .NET technologies. If you missed any…

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The Future of .NET in the Server: ASP.NET vNext optimized for Cloud and Server workloads

Before getting into “The future of .NET in the server”, I want to highlight how the ASP.NET and Web Tools teams just released great RTM ASP.NET stuff (final version). Specifically, Improvements to ASP.NET Web Forms and many other new features for ASP.NET in general, all of that final/RTM as part of Visual Studio 2013 UPDATE…

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.NET innovation at //BUILD 2014

Today, April 3rd 2014 we showed a lot of new innovation and investment, for the future, on every single area of .NET, starting from the core of .NET, the basis for business applications on top of the web or the Windows desktop, going to scalable cloud services in Microsoft Azure, and reaching the end users in Windows…

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