Windows 7 contains many exciting new features for developers and the great thing is that C# and .NET developers are no exception. One of the new features is the support for sensor devices that can be programmed effortlessly. Read on to learn about the Sensor and Location Platform in Windows 7.
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64-bit systems have finally gone mainstream. As a .NET developer, you generally don't need to pay specific attention to the operating system's bitness. However, to fully utilize the benefits of 64-bit systems, you need to be aware of several different options.
Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 and .NET framework 4.0 bring many new exciting features for developers. One of them is the improved ASP.NET MVC 2.0. This article focuses on the new and improved characteristics in this popular web application framework from Microsoft.
Solving ASP.NET web application problems can sometimes be difficult even if you are sitting next to Visual Studio. Luckily, IIS 7 and later contain features to help you uncover the troublemakers.
In this article, you will learn how you can utilize AJAX scripts even in Web applications targeted for Windows Mobile applications.
One of the most clearly visible new features in Windows 7 is the new taskbar. Read on to learn how you can use jump lists from your C# applications with help from the Windows API Code Pack.