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| | Using Reporters in Approval Tests
Updates include new capabilities around the Reporters feature set for ApprovalTests. These enhancements were driven by feature requests from Peik Aschan(@peikas). If you are using ApprovalTests and have an idea for a feature, please ping me via twitter @LlewellynFalco and I’ll pair with you to code up your idea as well. It automatically adds this command to your clipboard: [UseReporter( typeof (ClipboardReporter))] Simply open a command prompt and past the contents of the clipboard in to the command prompt window to approve the file. Why Use Reporters? png, *.html, DevelopMentor Courses - Saturday, December 31, 2011
Essential Windows Communication Foundation 4 Training
Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) replaces previous technologies such as.NET Remoting, ASMX, and COM+. Here you learn about the different options like self hosting, IIS/WAS, and Windows Server AppFabric. Secure Communication, Authentication & Authorization WCF is all about communication - and secure communication is a heavily needed feature. Fortunately WCF features an extremely powerful and extensible (and complex) security subsystem. Because it incorporates web service standards, WCF enables interoperability with other platforms such as Java/Unix. DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, March 1, 2011
Guerrilla.NET (UK) Training
Leverage new features of C# 4.0, Understand the new features of the core.NET runtime services including the garbage collector. Develop network services with Windows Communication Foundation Develop cutting-edge UIs with Silverlight 4.0 Use data binding to create rich data driven Silverlight applications Use powerful new security models with Windows Identity Foundation Debug.NET application beyond using Visual Studio breakpoints Come and learn to build robust.NET applications! How do I develop network services with Windows Communication Foundation? couldn't? DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, March 1, 2011
114 Articles match "Features","Windows"
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| | A Roundup of MongoDB Management Tools
Robomongo, price: $0 / open-source, platforms: Windows, OS X, Linux. The shell , price: $0 / open-source, platforms: Windows, OS X, Linux. Key features : Complete (albeit command-line only) access to MongoDB. Especially since you’ll need to know most of the features to take advantage of Robomongo above anyway. Mongovue , price: $0 / $35 / $up, platforms: Windows. MongoVUE is an innovative MongoDB desktop application for Windows OS that gives you an elegant and highly usable GUI interface to work with MongoDB. SQL Server Management Studio ). link]. Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Monday, April 22, 2013
I Use This
use Windows 7 and do most development in Ubuntu within VMware player (using Unity). Google Voice has a feature that allows you to move a call to another phone without hanging up. At usesthis.com they interview a bunch of people to ask about their current computer setup and their dream setup. Most of them are using aged machines, ultraportables (Mac Air is popular), and Emacs/VIM for editing (a few slickedit fans). Most of them have little to add in their dream setup (more battery life, better cloud sync). Are our tools finally good enough? Not for me. even use Visual Studio. DevelopMentor Courses - Friday, October 26, 2012
Side by side versioning of workflow services
One of the really important new features in Windows Workflow Foundation 4.5 Create your initial workflow definition This is the simple step as anyone that has been using Windows Workflow Foundation 4 has already been doing this. is the capability to version workflows and workflow instances. You get to choose what you want to do, either keep running existing instances with their original workflow definition or upgrade them to the latest workflow definition. In the previous blog post I described how to upgrade existing workflow instances to run with the last version. Enjoy! The Problem Solver - Thursday, October 11, 2012
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- Have to learn Japanese
imagine this feature appeals to anyone who shares a folder with high frequent changes. Tags: Windows Live Today I wanted to provide some feedback on a cool product ( Live Mesh ) I’ve been beta testing. clicked the feedback link and saw this: I guess I’ll have to learn Japanese :-). Update: Feedback for Live Mesh can go here: https://connect.microsoft.com/LiveMesh. Update: Vote for my suggestion: https://connect.microsoft.com/LiveMesh/feedback/ViewFeedback.aspx?FeedbackID=516914. FeedbackID=516914. My suggestion is: I'd like to be able to temporarily take a folder offline.
The Blomsma Code - Tuesday, December 1, 2009
- Playing around with Windows Live Sync 2011 beta
I have been an avid user of Mesh and was so pleased with the beta that I was hesitant to switch to Windows Live Sync 2011 beta. Another cool feature which I use a lot is the remote desktop. You may want to check with you IT guy to see how he feels about the security risks, but for me this works really well (I do make sure that my Windows Live, Facebook and Google passwords are all different!). Tags: Windows Live But since the Mesh page started saying that the service is to be replaced I figured I ‘d better get my machines switched over.
The Blomsma Code - Sunday, September 12, 2010
- Article: 10 Features in.NET 4.0 that made Me Smile
This one is entitled. 10 Features in.NET 4.0 10 Features in.NET 4.0 There are a bunch of small but wonderful features discussed in that class. Here’s the original research project that lead to this feature on Microsoft Research. WF (Windows Workflow Foundation) has an AsyncCodeActivity class. I recently wrote another article for DevelopMentor 's Developments newsletter (not subscribed yet? see top-right of this page ). that made Me Smile. Read it on the DevelopMentor website: [link]. am republishing it below for you all to enjoy on your RSS readers. Smiles!
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Wednesday, December 16, 2009
- Building Windows Machines in Amazon EC2
In this article I'm going to give you a simple, step-by-step overview of how to create a Windows 2008 server image in Amazon's Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2) infrastructure. Enable EC2 Features. We'll start with a stock Amazon Windows 2008 server image. This time we'll setup a 64-bit Windows 2008 Server (Data Center Edition). You'll need to retrieve that password using the "Instance Actions -> Get Windows Admin Password" option. Now you have full access to your Windows 2008 machine. Feel free to send me any I missed. Here we go. Create an Account.
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Saturday, January 30, 2010
- What's New in Windows Workflow Foundation in.NET 4.5 (part 1)
features where announced. While the list of new features isn’t earth shattering long some of the most annoying shortcomings where addressed. And I am very happy to see some of the new features. This seemingly small feature is a real time saver. Annotations Another feature I missed greatly was adding comments to an Activity describing its intent. During the last //build/ conference a number of new WF4, or should I now say WF4.5, Designer enhancements As a developer I spend a lot of time in the designer so any improvements there are going to make me happy.
The Problem Solver - Tuesday, September 27, 2011
- Windows Phone & Gaming
At BAND last night I had some interesting discussions about Windows Phone and as Daniel showed me the racing game on the Zune it suddenly hit me. Windows Phone is not going to be a iPhone killer, at least not based on a single feature that will blast the iPhone away. Everything I’ve seen so far about Windows Phone makes it equal to the iPhone as a phone, but the focus on XNA and XBox Live integration will make it that everyone that has an XBox is going to want to have one… It’ll be interesting to see if my hunch is right. Time will tell.
The Blomsma Code - Wednesday, May 26, 2010
- Keyboard and the Windows Phone 7 emulator
There is however a hidden feature that will let you use your hardware keyboard, just press Page Up when the software keyboard pops up. Cool feature that makes development using the emulator a lot easier Enjoy! By default the WP7 emulator will not react to you typing on the keyboard, instead you have to use the mouse to press keys on the software keyboard that pops up. And as an extra bonus the three buttons at the bottom of the phone can be activated using F1, F2 and F3 for back, home and search respectively. www.TheProblemSolver.nl Wiki.WindowsWorkflowFoundation.eu.
The Problem Solver - Tuesday, November 30, 2010