The Visual Studio Live! Chicago next week!.NET team will be represented at
We're excited about going to Visual Studio Live! and looking forward to meeting current and future users of our .NET agent at the conference exhibit hall.
At the Visual Studio Live! Demonstration Theater on Tuesday, May 14th, you can learn even more about our application performance monitoring for .NET and what we call ‘performance-driven development.' …
Unlike Android where you can get an Android emulator to run on a PC, you must have a Mac of some sort to run the iOS emulator on. Development can be done either on a PC or on the Mac itself - Parallels works very well in this respect. Setting up an iOS project is very similar to an Android project. Both are contained within the same Visual Studio project and you can just select which one you want to use. However, because we are developing on a PC and deploying to a Mac, we need to (...)
…brought memories back of wiring up controls and suffering through Visual Studio crashes. I left that world years ago, and I don't want to look back.
Avoiding Auto Layout . Using Auto Layout is almost like laying out interface …means that we had to wire up the interface all in code. Our hybrid web/native approach helped with this, since there isn't that much native to hook up. Luckily, iOS6 added a new to make this easier:
Amethyst 2 supports Android mobile and tablet devices. The Visual Studio platform deployment mechanism works well with both emulators and real devices. First, create a new mobile project Next select the device platform Here, you can select the Android SDK path and key store files to use in the project. You can also save these as defaults. Next drag a button from the Toolbox onto the design surface and double click it to generate an event. Add some code and set a breakpoint (...)
…(e.g. Getting Started Guide . You will benefit from a more integrated experience and faster device emulation.with , or with Visual Studio ), then download the for your platform and follow the corresponding
Note for IOS: an Apple Developer License will be required if you want to deploy the app to your device (otherwise you will only be able to use the emulator).
If you have limited overall experience, starting out with theplatform …
With the latest version of Objective-C, we have NSArray literals. Here's how you'd initialize the starkFamily array using an NSArray literal: NSArray *starkFamily = @[ @"Eddard", @"Catelin", …
…announced the date for this event before Apple announced the date for theirs. Still, the Visual Studio 2012 Virtual Launch is an online event (not counting the "studio audience") and could've easily been moved. I suppose that Microsoft weighed their options and thought "either we move the event and tacitly admit that Apple is now controlling our schedule or we keep the date and hope that our audience cares more about developer tools than the new iPhone and iOS and prefer …
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•: It's multi-CPU and multi-core SMP ready
•: It supports databases up to 20TB in size
What's It Good For?
Well, to say the least, rather detailed comparison you'll get a good idea of how they all …is suitable for just about anything that most of the other databases are. Now no, it doesn't have exactly the same feature set, but if you look at this
Time for another fun week of yelling at bits.
Shortcut Foo - Drills to learn keyboard shortcuts for , , , , Visual Studio and more.
json_expressions - harness for responses that works by providing a pattern to match. Looks useful.
Is it punchcards? Remote terminals? Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software , because I'm not sure we'll even …? ? Eclipse? Visual Studio? C? Ruby? ? In the 1920s, it was considered important to learn how to use slide rules. In the 1960s, it was considered important to learn mechanical drawing. None of that matters today. I'm hesitant to recommend any particular approach to coding other than the fundamentals as outlined in