June 2010 - Posts

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New Embedded Database Support with ASP.NET by ScottGu

Earlier this week I blogged about IIS Express , and discussed some of the work we are doing to make ASP.NET development easier from a Web Server perspective. In today’s blog post I’m going to continue the simplicity theme, and discuss some of the work...
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Silverlight PivotViewer Now Available by ScottGu

Three months ago at MIX we announced and first demoed the Silverlight PivotViewer control. The Silverlight PivotViewer control enables you to visualize thousands of objects at once, and sort and browse data in a way that helps you see trends and quickly...
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Introducing IIS Express by ScottGu

Developers today build and test ASP.NET sites and applications using one of two web-servers: The ASP.NET Development Server that comes built-into Visual Studio The IIS Web Server that comes built-into Windows Both of the above options have their pros...
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Patch for Cut/Copy “Insufficient Memory” issue with VS 2010 by ScottGu

We’ve received several reports of an occasional issue occurring with VS 2010 when developers try and do “Cut” or “Copy” text operations of text.  In some cases VS incorrectly calculates that not enough memory is available (even though there is memory...
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Preview of MSDN Library Changes by ScottGu

The MSDN team has been working some potential changes to the online MSDN Library designed to help streamline the navigation experience and make it easier to find the .NET Framework information you need. To solicit feedback on the proposed changes while...
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jQuery Globalization Plugin from Microsoft by ScottGu

Last month I blogged about how Microsoft is starting to make code contributions to jQuery , and about some of the first code contributions we were working on: jQuery Templates and Data Linking support . Today, we released a prototype of a new jQuery Globalization...
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Visual Studio 2010 Productivity Power Tool Extensions by ScottGu

Last month I blogged about the Extension Manager that is built-into VS 2010 – as well as about a cool VS 2010 PowerCommands extension that provides some extra features for Visual Studio.  The Visual Studio 2010 Extension Manager provides an easy...
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