The world of HTML5 hybrid app development frameworks just got hotter with the beta release of Ionic Actinium.
Team Foundation Server (TFS) Analytics can aid a retrospective discussion, and, more interestingly, be used as a form of gamification to bring in a bit of competitiveness amongst peers.
Having an effective worker role design can help you better understand the efficiency of background services.
Explore how to design your ASP.NET Web API controllers to be deployed as a Mobile Service.
One of the significant additions to Windows Azure is the improvement to Active Directory Services. In particular, the addition of quite a few popular SaaS based applications that can now leverage Active Directory Services. In today's post, we will explore adding GitHub as a SaaS application for Single Sign-On (SSO) with AD users.
Learn how Ninja Coder can really shorten your learning cycle on the best practices for building a unit-testable UI layer with presentation logic isolated from the View implementation.
Instrumenting your application code should be one of the key Non-Functional Requirements for consideration while building applications in Azure, specifically if they are multi-tenant SaaS-based applications.
The Visual Studio team recently released an application monitoring tool called Application Insights (preview) for Visual Studio Online.
How do you allocate an instance to process data for a particular tenant, allowing multiple tenants to be processed simultaneously?
Companies often understand that AD FS is the right tool to create a secure network for managing resource requests from both internal and external users, but fail to position it in a reliable fashion. In my first post today, I will explain a set of generic guidelines to help you optimally configure AD FS in your farm environment.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 has a very flexible infrastructure that lets you extend the out-of-the-box behavior to meet ever-changing organizational business needs.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 provides a robust development platform for server-side developers. Find out how web services exposed by the MS CRM SDK can be used to build line-of-business custom solutions on CRM data.
Reporting in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 has been significantly enhanced. Find out how to extend the built-in reporting features and create customized visually-enhanced reports using ASP.NET and Silverlight.