Ya esta disponible la Revista MSDN del mes de Octubre 2013
Los temas de este mes son los siguientes:
Getting Started with the Katana Project
Project Katana lets you compose a modern Web application from a wide range of different Web technologies and then host that application wherever you wish. Howard Dierking presents a sample application to get you started.
Windows 8.1: Building an Alarm App in Windows 8.1
Windows 8.1 adds the new concept of an alarm app. Tony Champion walks through the process of building a fully-functional alarm app from the ground up.
Windows Phone: Programming the Nokia Sketch Effect in Windows Phone 8
The Nokia Imaging SDK for Windows Phone 8 enables powerful photo effects in real time when taking pictures with Nokia Lumia smartphones. Author Srikar Doddi builds a Windows Phone 8 app that explores the new capabilities.
.NET Framework: Adaptive Access Layers + Dependency Injection = Productivity
Saxo Bank’s custom-built Adaptive Access Layers provides developers a simple, uniform interface to most of the external resources needed when implementing business logic. Combined with a Dependency Injection container, this approach enables enterprise solutions with clear, testable designs.
ALM Rangers: Implementing Static Code Analysis with StyleCop
Learn how StyleCop helps you maintain style and format consistency in your source code while implementing static code analysis in your Team Build.