MSDN Magazine Mayo 2013

Ya esta disponible la Revista MSDN del mes de Mayo 2013

Los temas de este mes son los siguientes:

MVVM - Maximizing the Visual Designer’s Usage with Design-Time Data

MVVM:   Maximizing the Visual Designer’s Usage with Design-Time Data
In his third MVVM article, Laurent Bugnion explains how you can simulate nonstatic data even at design time by tricking the visual designer into executing some design-time-only code.

SDL - Using the SDL for LOB Windows 8 Apps

SDL:   Using the SDL for LOB Windows 8 Apps
Part 1 of a two-part series, this article examines the planning phase of the Secure Development Lifecycle (SDL). The article examines how to build security into a Windows Store project, describing how to compile a risk assessment and identify security and privacy requirements.

Patterns in Practice - Adding Functionality to an Object: Loading the Right Classes

Patterns in Practice:   Adding Functionality to an Object: Loading the Right Classes
In this column, Peter Vogel continues his exploration of implementing the roles pattern in a typical business scenario by using Microsoft’s Managed Extensibility Framework to select and load the SalesOption objects that the design pattern requires.

Leading LightSwitch - Hello, Mobile

Leading LightSwitch:   Hello, Mobile
Microsoft makes getting started with HTML5 even easier in the latest LightSwitch update.

ALM Rangers - Simplifying the Configuration of Lab Management 2012

ALM Rangers:   Simplifying the Configuration of Lab Management 2012
Find out how to set up and configure Lab Management 2012 to maximize the benefits of each component and technology involved.

 

 

 

 

 

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