The Live Search API SDK provides documentation that describes the core concepts, requirements, development guidelines, and class library for the Live Search API Web Service. The SDK also contains sample code that demonstrates application development techniques using the Live Search API.
- Mar 24 Tue 2009 23:31
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ASP.NET MVC 1.0 provides a new Model-View-Controller (MVC) framework on top of the existing ASP.NET 3.5 runtime. This means that developers can take advantage of the MVC design patterns to create their Web Applications which includes the ability to achieve and maintain a clear separation of concerns (the UI or view from the business and application logic and backend data), as well as facilitate test driven development (TDD). The ASP.NET MVC framework defines a specific pattern to the Web Application folder structure and provides a controller base-class to handle and process requests for “actions”. Developers can take advantage of the specific Visual Studio 2008 MVC templates within this release to create their Web applications, which includes the ability to select a specific Unit Test structure to accompany their Web Application development.
- Mar 24 Tue 2009 23:29
The Microsoft® Silverlight™ 3 SDK contains online documentation, online samples, libraries and tools for developing Silverlight 3 applications.
Usage of the SDK is subject to the SDK License (included in the package).
- Mar 24 Tue 2009 23:27
This package is an add-on for Visual Studio 2008 SP1 to provide tooling for Microsoft Silverlight 3. It can be installed on top of either Visual Studio 2008 SP1 or Visual Web Developer 2008 Express with SP1, and it provides a Silverlight project system for developing Silverlight applications using C# or Visual Basic.
This download will install the following:
- Silverlight 3 developer runtime
- Silverlight 3 software development kit
- KB967143 for Visual Studio 2008 SP1
KB967144 for Visual Web Developer 2008 Express with SP1
- Silverlight 3 Tools for Visual Studio 2008 SP1
Silverlight 3 Tools for Visual Web Developer 2008 Express with SP1
Silverlight 3 Tools for Visual Studio 2008 SP1 includes:
- Visual Basic and C# Project templates
- Intellisense and code generators for XAML
- XAML design preview
- Debugging of Silverlight applications
- Remote debugging of Silverlight applications for Mac
- Web reference support
- WCF Templates
- Team Build and command line build support
- Support for cached transparent assemblies
- Support for ASP.NET server integration
- Mar 24 Tue 2009 23:21
Windows Internet Explorer 8 is Microsoft’s latest web browser. Unlike previous versions, Internet Explorer 8 renders content in the most standards-compliant way possible. This means that web pages will be displayed in Internet Explorer 8’s standards mode by default. Through product feedback channels, our users have indicated that, during the beta period, some websites may not have been compatible with Internet Explorer 8 in its default, standards-based mode. As a result, these domains have been added to a list of sites that, for the short-term, are most likely to be displayed better in Compatibility View. All Internet Explorer 8 users are given the choice to use this list, and the subset that chooses to do so will see each listed domain automatically displayed in Compatibility View, without additional user interaction or notice. The sites on this list have high traffic volume (in their regions), and having a compatible website ensures a significant number of Internet Explorer 8 users will have a great experience. This list will be periodically updated and automatically downloaded to Internet Explorer 8 users who have opted-in to use Compatibility View updates from Microsoft. For more information on Compatibility View list updates, please see - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/960321.
- Mar 24 Tue 2009 23:08
Microsoft has now released the MultiPoint SDK 1.1— offering developers a more reliable and updated SDK experience, supporting newer technology platforms like Visual Studio 2008 and including enhanced support for technologies like Flash. The download includes tutorials, whitepapers and videos to help developers navigate the SDK and build applications.
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2009 年三月份的 CTP 已提供下載囉!
New in March 2009 CTP
- Support for developing managed full trust applications. This includes support for calling native code via Platform Invocation Services (P/Invoke) and for spawning native processes.
- Support for developing FastCGI applications.
- Support for rewrite rules via IIS 7.0 URL Rewrite Module.
- Mar 19 Thu 2009 09:09
2009 年三月份的 CTP 已提供下載囉!
New for the March 2009 CTP:
- Combined installer includes the Windows Azure SDK
- Addressed top customer bugs
- Native Debugging of Cloud Service Roles
- FastCGI Project Template
- Update Notifications of future releases
- Mar 16 Mon 2009 09:14
The PHP on Windows Training Kit includes a comprehensive set of technical content including demos and hands-on labs to help you understand how to build PHP applications using Windows, IIS 7 and SQL Server 2008. The March RC1 release includes the following:
PHP & SQL Server Demos
* Integrating SQL Server Geo-Spatial with PHP
* SQL Server Reporting Services and PHP PHP & SQL Server Hands On Labs
* Introduction to Using SQL Server with PHP
* Using Full Text Search over Office Documents in PHP PHP on Windows Hands On Labs
* IIS Access Control Features for PHP
* Using IIS 7.0 Media Features in a PHP Application
* Troubleshooting PHP
* Migrating PHP Applications to IIS 7.0
- Mar 16 Mon 2009 09:13
The Outlook 2007 MAPI Reference describes how to create Outlook 2007 items by using MAPI that is based on the Component Object Model (COM) rather than the Outlook object model. MAPI for Outlook 2007 provides a set of classes, interfaces, functions, and other data types to facilitate the development of Outlook 2007 messaging applications. Applications and transports use MAPI to manipulate e-mail data, to create e-mail messages and the folders to store them in, and to support notifications of changes to existing MAPI-related data.
- Mar 16 Mon 2009 09:11
This guide includes information about hardware requirements and limits, supported guest operating systems, and instructions for installing the role and management tools. It also includes information about configuring security, network, and storage for the Hyper-V role.
- Mar 16 Mon 2009 09:08
The Live Framework Tools significantly decrease the time it takes to develop Mesh-enabled Web Applications in Visual Studio 2008.
The Live Framework Tools include:
- Project templates for creating DHTML Mesh-enabled Web Applications and C# or VB Silverlight Mesh-enabled Web Applications
- Building and packaging of Mesh-enabled Web Applications for deployment
- Launching and debugging Mesh-enabled Web Applications hosted in the Live Desktop
The Live Framework Tools April CTP release includes several updates:
- Installation of the Silverlight Tools, Live Framework SDK, and Live Framework Tools is accessed through a single installer.
- Error messages and diagnostics have been improved. In most error situations when the server returns a failure code more information can be located in the application event log
- A set of C# Code Snippets for accessing common Live Framework tasks are now accessible through the standard snippet mechanism. To see the available snippets right-click in a .cs file and select “insert snippet.”
This release also contains the cumulative updates from the January CTP:
- Debugging or running a Mesh-enabled Web Application which contains no changes from previous versions immediately launches the application instead of re-uploading the files.
- Mesh-enabled Web Applications created by the Live Framework Tools now have identical offers to those created through the Azure Services Developer Portal, which are generally less restrictive. This change removes the need for the workaround mentioned in this thread.
- Projects created by the Live Framework Tools may now contain periods fixing the issue reported in this bug.
- Changes to the application's logo.png file will now be reflected in the icon that appears on the Live Desktop fixing the issue reported in this thread.
- Mar 16 Mon 2009 09:06
This SDK is for developing applications with the Live Framework April 2009 CTP. This SDK is also included as part of the Live Framework Tools download.
This download will install the following:
• Code Samples and Snippets: See examples of how to use APIs
• Resource Browser: – A handy tool to help you browse through all the Live Framework Resources
Note: If you have already installed Live Framework Tools April 2009 CTP – you don’t need to install SDK separately.
This SDK installs side-by-side with your Live Framework November 2008 CTP Release. April 2009 release of this SDK now installs in the following folder:
• 32bit Windows: "%ProgramFiles%\Microsoft SDKs\Live Framework" folder.
• 64bit Windows: "%ProgramFiles(x86)%\Microsoft SDKs\Live Framework" folder.
- Mar 09 Mon 2009 18:41
Silverlight has been designed with security in mind. In many situations, you can deploy Silverlight applications on your Web site without incurring much new security risk. However, there are scenarios where extra care and attention must be taken. For these situations, it’s imperative that Web developers and system administrators understand the nuances of the technology, and make informed decisions about deployment.
This document helps you develop and deploy Microsoft Silverlight 2 applications that are secure as possible. There are other interesting Silverlight security topics, but this document focuses on the security of Silverlight deployments. It is not intended, for example, to provide advice to end users about installation and maintenance of Silverlight, or give insight into the security of the runtime itself.
- Mar 09 Mon 2009 18:31
The Windows platform has a broad ecosystem of products and partners that supports the platform. Displaying the Windows logo on your product represents a relationship and a shared commitment to quality between Microsoft and your company. Customers trust that seeing the Windows brand on your product ensures that it meets compatibility standards and performs well on the Windows platform.
The Windows 7 Software Logo program is made up of policies and requirements that help ensure logo’d applications are easy to install and reliable on PCs running Windows 7.
The purpose of this document is to outline the technical requirements and eligibility qualifications an application must meet in order to participate in the Windows 7 Client Software Logo Program.
- Mar 04 Wed 2009 16:08
The ASP.NET MVC RC2 release provides a new Model-View-Controller (MVC) framework on top of the existing ASP.NET 3.5 runtime. This means that developers can take advantage of the MVC design patterns to create their Web Applications which includes the ability to achieve and maintain a clear separation of concerns (the UI or view from the business and application logic and backend data), as well as facilitate test driven development (TDD). The ASP.NET MVC framework defines a specific pattern to the Web Application folder structure and provides a controller base-class to handle and process requests for “actions”. Developers can take advantage of the specific Visual Studio 2008 MVC templates within this release to create their Web applications, which includes the ability to select a specific Unit Test structure to accompany their Web Application development.
- Mar 04 Wed 2009 09:05
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A Unified Communications Managed API (UCMA) application is an application designed to run in an Office Communications Server (OCS) environment. A UCMA application can access various OCS features, such as collaboration, speech, or the communications workflow.