We all want our web applications to load as fast as possible to give the best possible experience to the users. One of the steps to achieve that is to make sure the images we use are as optimized as possible.
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Have you always wanted to build a blog or other web application but haven’t had the time or educational resources to learn? With our blog template,
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When building websites it is important that it is accessible for everyone that needs to use it. Implementing web accessibility features greatly helps to achieve that. Here’s what the W3C has to say about that:
Web accessibility means that people with disabilities can use the Web.
The Visual Studio extensibility ecosystem has been steadily growing in the past years and the community has built some really great extensions. Some of these extensions are specific to web development scenarios and are useful to almost all web developers using Visual Studio.
In Visual Studio 2015 Update 1 we introduced a mechanism that would analyze a web project and suggest helpful Visual Studio extensions based on what it could find. For instance, if the project was using the Bootstrap CSS framework,
Visual Studio 2015 ships with multiple open source command line tools that are used in modern web development workflows. Those tools are:
All of these tools are shipped as part of Visual Studio but are not installed in the same way as you would install them manually.
We are very proud to present the first episode on our brand new Channel9 show – Web Development and Tooling TV. In this episode we talk to Scott Hunter who’s a Principal Group Program Manager on the Web Team (aka the boss).
Twelve weeks ago, the Azure Applications Platform & Tools team welcomed us, three college sophomores, Jaspreet Bagga, Jeremiah Jekich, and Melissa McNeill, to Microsoft.
As Explorer Interns, we were given the opportunity to experience the three primary disciplines here at Microsoft: Program Manager,