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JavaScript Reference group Dedicated Worker

Travis Leithead showed a video "Building responsive apps and sites with HTML5 web workers" in BUILD. When editing "Dedicated worker" JavaScript file in Visual Studio 11 Developer's Preview, we need to add the following line in the beginning of the file to get the proper JavaScript web walker IntelliSense in the editor: "Dedicated Worker" is a...

Compatibility of .NET Framework 4.5

Fundamentals were a big part of our focus while building .NET 4.5. We divided fundamentals into seven areas called “tenets”. One of these tenets is compatibility. Today’s post is by Manish Agnihotri, a program manager who is driving compatibility across the .NET Framework. -- Brandon Editor's update: we've added more ...
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Page Inspector for Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview

The upcoming version of Visual Studio introduces a number of improvements focused on diagnosing your Web Applications. One of these is the new Page Inspector. Page Inspector is a new tool that brings browser diagnostics tools into Visual Studio and provides an integrated experience between the browser, ASP.NET, and source code. Using Page ...

Introducing .NET Framework 4.5

Update (2017): See .NET Framework Releases to learn about newer releases. This release is now unsupported. Last week at the BUILD conference, we had the pleasure of announcing the next version of the .NET Framework and releasing a developer preview at the same time. We have so many new things in .NET 4.5 to discuss with our developer ...

So, what’s new in the CLR 4.5 GC?

Last time I posted a "So, what's new" entry was when we release 4.0 ~3 years ago (can't believe it's already been that long..). Now I get to talk about what's new in the 4.5 GC. Actually I just talked about this with Channel 9 and here's the link to the video: https://channel9.msdn.com/posts/Maoni-Stephens-CLR-45-Server-Background-GC...
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New CSS editor features in Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview

The CSS Editor for Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview is a complete rewrite of the 2010 version, featuring excellent performance and stability. As soon as you start to edit a CSS file or a style block embedded in a web page, you'll feel the difference! CSS 3.0 has expanded the richness and complexity of style sheets considerably, and the new ...

New JavaScript editing features for Web development in Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview

Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview has the JavaScript design time engine rewritten, sharing base with IE's JavaScript engine. It has faster performance and better memory footprint. The list below shows some new feature and changes comparing with Visual Studio 2010 for Web development scenarios. All feedbacks are welcomed as it's our passion to...

New Features for Web Development in Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview

The public release of Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview is now available and can be downloaded. Please visit Jason Zander's Blog for the download links and overview of the new features.We have many great features in the preview. We'll discuss some of them in the future blogs. Scott Guthrie has a blog "ASP.NET vNext Series' which links to the ...