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Learn how Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX enables you to easily create and use AJAX Control Toolkit controls in both ASP.NET Web Forms and ASP.NET MVC applications. Learn about all of the new features and improvements to the AJAX Control Toolkit controls such as the new client Script Loader and client DataView control. Also learn how ASP.NET AJAX was designed to work seamlessly with jQuery, how you can create ASP.NET AJAX controls directly from jQuery and how you can use the jQuery library in ASP.NET AJAX code. Learn how the new features …
Picking up where Lesson two left off, this new installment of ASP.NET From Scratch covers more C# programming fundamentals â€“ namely class inheritance and interfaces. In this lesson, youâ€™ll learn how to use inheritance to save time and code. Youâ€™ll also learn about the concept of interfaces, and how they can make your applications and components flexible and maintainable. You’ll also be introduced to the Object Browser, a feature of Visual Studio that organizes all classes within the Framework Class Library and your project in a browsable format.
Scrum for Team System v3 significantly evolves the leading Scrum process template by leveraging the capabilities of Visual Studio Team System 2010 Team Foundation Server (TFS 2010) to enhance the support for Agile best practices. Hear how a large customer extended its process model, supports its enterprise scale Scrum projects and Acceptance Driven Development. Additionally, learn how the template takes advantage of the new hierarchical work item capabilities, integrates with Microsoft Test and Lab Manager and supports the new deployment topologies for TFS 2010.
There are many ways to create breakpoints. By default, a breakpoint is triggered each time a line of code is reached. This video demonstrates how to use advanced breakpoints to only trigger when certain conditions are met.
Spec# is an experimental programming system that seeks to push the envelope in specification and verification technology. The system includes the .NET object-oriented programming language Spec#, which is a superset of the C# language, adding type features like non-null types and contract features like pre- and postconditions and object invariants. The types are checked by the compiler. The contracts are checked dynamically through compiler-inserted run-time checks, and they can also be checked statically using the Spec# automatic program verifier. The system is integrated into Microsoft Visual …
Dive into advances in XAML happening in future versions of .NET, Silverlight, Microsoft Visual Studio, and Microsoft Expresssion Blend. Hear about XAML parsers, markup compilers, analysis, transformations, localization, and tools. Dig even deeper into performance optimizations possible in .NET, and explore possibilities with a XAML DOM and DLR based scripting.
These two videos show how to use the refactoring tools in Visual Studio.
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In this video, Jonathan Carter describes whats changing with ASP.NET in the .NET Framework 4. He’ll review new capabilities in WebForms and AJAX, how Dynamic Data is evolving and the inclusion of ASP.NET MVC in both the framework and Visual Studio 2010.
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F# (shipped in Visual Studio 2010) is a functional programming language that supports static checking and type inference for units-of-measure. Even in the simplest applications, units-of-measure can act as a valuable additional check for the correctness of the code. I will start by giving an introduction to units-of-measure and their implementation in F#. I’ll work through smaller and larger code examples that make use of units-of-measure. As a large application, I’ll detail a wrapper for a mathematical programming and optimization toolbox (Microsoft Solver Foundation) that handles units-of-measure transparently.
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In a debugging session, it is possible to view and explore the values of elements. It is also possible to modify those values in an effort to determine how a new value affects the outcome. In this video, Todd Miranda demonstrates how to use watch and immediate windows to test various scenarios while debugging.