Ya esta disponible la Revista MSDN del mes de Mayo 2012
Los temas de este mes son los siguientes:
HTML5: Develop HTML5 Windows Phone Apps with Apache Cordova
Building HTML5 Applications: Using HTML5 to Create Mobile Experiences
Following on last month’s discussion of media queries, Brandon Satrom looks at the other two pillars of responsive Web design—fluid grids and flexible images.
ASP.NET MVC 4: What’s New for Mobile Development in ASP.NET MVC 4
This article explores features in the upcoming release of ASP.NET MVC4 targeted specifically at mobile Web site development.
ASP.NET: Introducing the Navigation for ASP.NET Web Forms Framework
Take a fresh look at Web Forms with this new navigation framework that eliminates tight coupling and codebehind while providing for unit-tested data-bound code and many other advantages. It’s enough to make an ASP.NET MVC application green with envy.
T4 Templates: Managing Complexity in T4 Code-Generation Solutions
Building monolithic code generation solutions is every bit as evil as building a monolithic application. Here are all the ways you can refactor your code generation solution into reusable components.
Kinect: Multimodal Communication with Kinect
Leland Holmquest continues to explore his virtual office assistant named “Lily,” created with a Kinect-enabled Windows Presentation Foundation application, in order to advance the means of context-aware dialogue and multimodal communication.
Windows Azure Insider: Implementing Pub/Sub Applications with SignalR
Learn how SignalR enables you to implement asynchronous scalable pub/sub applications with real-time, persistent and long-running connections more easily than you’ve ever imagined.
Leading LightSwitch: The LightSwitch MVVM Model
In this month’s Leading LightSwitch column, Jan explains MV3, a variation of the MVVM application architecture used for LightSwitch apps that is even more powerful than the original application architecture.
Windows Phone: Transforming an Android App into a Windows Phone App
Go behind the curtain with Stan Chatman to see how he transformed his popular Hollywood Empire game app from an Android version to the Windows Phone platform.