As we promised a few weeks ago, welcome to the first post in a series where we’ll explore a full end-to-end app developed with the Visual Studio 3D Starter Kit. During this series we’ll develop a 3D dice roller that allows you to roll a 6-sided die by tapping or clicking it.
Hi, my name is Sumit Kumar and I am a Program Manager on the Visual C++ team at Microsoft. We are conducting a survey to understand what can we do to make Visual Studio more useful for C++ development in organizations like yours.
Hi, this is Andy Rich from the C++ QA team. Previously, I showed you how you can use the C++ REST API to connect to Live services, but this is just one of many web services that you can use the REST API with.
The Advanced Developers Conference 2013 takes place May 7-8 this year with sessions on building modern device apps, drivers, graphics development, debugging, creating and consuming cloud services, performance and much more. Here are a couple session descriptions cribbed from the ADC site to whet your appetite:
Building Modern Device Apps with C++.
Hi. My name is Ofek Shilon and I blog mostly about various VC++ tricks I come by. Today I’d like to explicitly introduce a debugging feature we all use daily but seldom refer to it by name – the native expression evaluator (abbreviated EE below).
Hi, I’m Andy Rich, a QA on the C++ team. Last week, the C++ team released the C++ REST SDK (codename “Casablanca”) on CodePlex (http://casablanca.codeplex.com). This blog post will walk you through using the C++ REST SDK to connect your Windows Store apps to Windows Live services.