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.NET Micro Framework review. Waiting for NETMF 4.2

The .NET Micro Framework is .NET for small and resource constrained devices. It offers a complete and innovative development and execution environment that brings the productivity of modern computing tools to this class of devices.

SoftElegance as a company with specialization in custom software development for industrial automation attended in new releases which should be 4.2. As Colin Miller said on his blogpost “NETMF 4.2 Contributor and a Cool Product” release 4.2 will have new contributor. Today we would like to look deeply to the current state of the NETMF and what we’ll have in the future in .NET Micro Framework

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For current .NET developers, this means that they can now create applications that run on a range of devices from targeted devices like remote controls to PCs and Servers and on to the cloud – all with the same programming model and tools.

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What’s interesting at MIX11, gathering of web professionals

MIX is a gathering of developers, designers, UX experts and business professionals creating the most innovative and profitable consumer sites on the web. Sessions range from technical, code-based topics to expert advice on content strategy, usability and design.

MIX11 starts next week, April 12-14, 2011 at Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, USA. There are several topics SoftElegance attended in. Today we would like to introduce you the most interesting sessions…

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Announcing DevConnection 2011, the best from .NET community

SoftElegance is attended in DevConnection 2011, the one of the greatest .NET events in 2011. DevConnection is .NET conference and exhibition and keeps in touch with the latest trends and get the most up to date information and training available.

Since DevConnections 2010 it was moved to Florida. This spring DevConnection is at Orlando, FL, March 27-30, 2011.
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DevConnections provides comprehensive information how to develop applications with the Microsoft stack – .NET framework, Visual Studio, Azure, Windows Server, Office, SharePoint, SQL Sever, Mobile, and beyond.

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TweetSharp – .NET library for microblogging, v2.0 not only for ASP.NET developers

TweetSharp is a .NET library for microblogging platforms that allows to write short expressions that convert automatically to web queries and fly to Twitter on your behalf. It covers 100% of the Twitter API and actively keep up with enhancements & changes.

In the begging of February 2011 the new version 2.0.0.0 of TweetSharp was released.

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This is lightweight framework but it’s useful for the .NET developers; Windows Phone 7 mobile development and Mono development. TweetSharp can speed up the development process and designed to be lighter, faster, and more intuitive.

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Introducing MonoDroid – a stack for using C# to develop Android-based applications.

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MonoDroid is a development stack for using C# and core .NET APIs to develop Android-based applications.

MonoDroid is an implementation of the Mono Framework and was at the closed beta but in the beginning of 2011 it became in the open beta

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ASP.NET Code Samples Collection by J.D. Meier

The ASP.NET Code Samples Collection is a roundup and map of ASP.NET code samples from various sources including the MSDN library, www.ASP.net, Code Gallery, CodePlex, and Microsoft Support.

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Common Categories for ASP.NET Code Samples.

The ASP.NET Code Samples Collection is organized using the following categories:
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Announcing DevConnections 2010. The biggest Microsoft .NET event of the year.

Next week will start the greatest .NET conference and exhibition of the year 2010. Today we would like to introduce you with this upcoming event.

This year DevConnection back in Las Vegas, Nevada at November 1-4, 2010.
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DevConnections provides comprehensive information how to develop applications with the Microsoft stack – .NET framework, Visual Studio, Azure, Windows Server, Office, SharePoint, SQL Sever, Mobile, and beyond.

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Facebook.NET: Open source library for developing Facebook applications

The review of the FACEBOOK.NET open source library for use in developing Facebook applications and accessing Facebook APIs. The library is primarily geared around and optimized for developing ASP.NET-based Web applications, both FBML and IFrame-based Facebook applications through an intuitive API and small set of server controls. It does support the use of the Facebook API from desktop applications as well, and will eventually enable Silverlight application usage.
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The library is built on .NET 2.0, but should run on future versions of the .NET framework as well. Applications using Facebook.NET can be written in either C# or VB.NET.
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Sprite and Image Optimization Framework review

Today (Aug 5 2010) was presented new Open Source Framework named Sprite Image Optimization Framework for ASP.NET. It was represented on CodePlex in the development status: Beta.

Release Notes:
The ASP.NET Sprite Control and framework is designed to decrease the amount of time required to request and display a page from a web server by performing a variety of optimizations on the page’s images.
It includes the following components:

  • API for automatically generating sprites and inline images;
  • Controls and helpers which provide a convenient way of calling into the API.

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What’s new in .NET Framework 4.0 for business?

Of course new .NET Framework 4.0 has features that could be used by developers mostly.
In general for business .NET 4.0 Framework main focus is on performance and security improvement.
There are some features that could be useful for end users, development enterprise and business application, business application design and architecture.

– Memory-Mapped Files.
The .NET Framework now supports memory-mapped files. Developers can use memory-mapped files to edit very large files and to create shared memory for interprocess communication.

– 64-Bit Operating Systems and Processes.
Developers can identify 64-bit operating systems and processes. This will increase performance of both server and desktop side application.

– Client Profile.
Main features is integration with MS Office applications. All Office 2007 and Office 2010 project templates.

– Integrated Windows Authentication.
A lot of existing troubles with authentication could be solver.

– Networking performance.
Support for Network Address Translation (NAT) traversal using IPv6 and Teredo.

– Windows Workflow Foundation
This tools could be used for UML modeling. It could help software architects to design business architecture and describe business logic.
The main feature is Workflow Activity Model also known as ‘Activity diagram’ with rich composite activity options and Built-In Activity Library.

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