I previously wrote about some initial impressions of a ZenBook UX31E I've been reviewing. I've been using it heavily since then and wanted to follow up on how it's been working for me.
This morning at MVP Summit, Scott Hunter just announced a new open source project from appendTo called Juice UI. Juice UI is a collection of Web Forms components which make it incredibly easy to leverage jQuery UI widgets in ASP.NET Web Forms applications. You can start using it right away by adding the JuiceUI NuGet package to your app, and you're welcome to go nuts with the source, which is dual licensed under MIT and GPL.
Last September at //BUILD/ we announced ASP.NET MVC 4 Developer Preview. Today we're releasing the next release on the road to ASP.NET MVC 4, ASP.NET MVC 4 Beta. This release includes some great new features since the ASP.NET MVC 4 Developer Preview, including the introduction of ASP.NET Web API.