Ya esta disponible la Revista MSDN del mes de Abril 2012
Los temas de este mes son los siguientes:
Kinect: Context-Aware Dialogue with Kinect
Project Lily, a Kinect-enabled Windows Presentation Foundation application, represents an attempt to advance the means of context-aware dialogue as well as multi-modal communication through the creation of a virtual office assistant.
T4 Templates: Lowering the Barriers to Code Generation with T4
Microsoft’s T4 toolkit substantially lowers the barriers for incorporating code generation into your development process. Here’s how to build, implement, and debug your code generation solution—and how to recognize opportunities for code generation solutions.
Microsoft Office: Integrating Windows Workflow Foundation with the OpenXML SDK
Learn how you can use the OpenXML SDK 2.0 to integrate Microsoft Office-compatible documents with Windows Workflow Foundation, without having to interact directly with the Office applications.
C++: A Code-Based Introduction to C++ AMP
The C++ compiler shipping with Visual Studio 11 adds heterogeneous platform support through a technology called C++ Accelerated Massive Parallelism. C++ AMP is a data parallel API that enables developers to take advantage of the performance of accelerators such as GPUs for executing their data parallel algorithms. This article introduces the C++ AMP API.
C++ AMP: Introduction to Tiling in C++ AMP
In C++ AMP, the most common and first step to dialing up performance gains to the next level is through a technique called tiling. This article picks up where Daniel Moth’s introduction to C++ AMP left off, and explains how to tile your C++ AMP algorithms.
CLR: An Overview of Performance Improvements in .NET 4.5
It’s not always about new features. Sometimes a framework is differentiated by performance, stability and reliability. Here’s a rundown of upcoming performance improvements in the .NET Framework 4.5 that affect the CLR, ASP.NET, ADO.NET, Entity Framework and more.
Web Dev Report: Manage Data in HTML5 Forms with Entity Framework
Rachel Appel digs deeper into her look at creating mobile-friendly HTML5 forms in ASP.NET MVC 4 projects, collecting feedback data and saving it back to a database using Entity Framework.
Azure Insider: Node.js: Cloud Scaling Goodness for I/O Operations
Leading LightSwitch: Consume a LightSwitch OData Service from a Windows Phone application
Jan Van der Haegen’s first LightSwitch column explores one of the key features added in the beta release of the tool–the ability to create and consume OData services, which can in turn be consumed from any client, including custom Windows Phone applications.