Microsoft ASP.NET Team has made available the release notes of ASP.NET and Web Tools for Visual Studio 2013.
New Features in ASP.NET and Web Tools for Visual Studio 2013
You can click in each link or check the full page here.
If you are a MSDN subscriber, today is your lucky day
The final version of Visual Studio 2013, TFS 2013 and .NET 4.5.1 are now available to download.
You can get it on MSDN and make sure you check what’s new on this new version.
After almost 2 years and a half after the first commit to the repository, Ember team announces the final release of Ember.js 1.0.
Read the announce on Ember blog. http://emberjs.com/blog/2013/08/31/ember-1-0-released.html
Trying to load a DotNetNuke website, I was getting an error on Default.aspx page in this specific line:
Exception Details: System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
ctlSkin = IsPopUp ? UI.Skins.Skin.GetPopUpSkin(this) : UI.Skins.Skin.GetSkin(this);
(Line 666, coincidence? Eheh)
The error was related to DNNMenu web user control, saying that couldn’t found the .ascx file.
After struggling a bit, I’ve found my DesktopModules folder was being considered as a Virtual Directory on IIS and pointing to a wrong path. So after fixing, pointing out to the right path, everything was working again
Build 2013 is over, and now is time to see some sessions we couldn’t watch live.
All sessions are now available on Channel9 to download and watch when you want.
Channel9 – Build 2013 Sessions List
A great and huge list of frontend development bookmarks list can be found here.
Today was a great day for all .NET developers attending Build conference (or watching online).
A preview of next version of Visual Studio is available and we can now test and use the all new features announced. You can download here. As usual, Somasegar made a great blog post showing a lot of new features and cool stuff around Visual Studio, including also the announcement of Update 3 for Visual Studio 2012 (Web Installer | ISO).
On next links, you can find a lot of useful information about whats next on .NET world:
On Visual Studio ALM and TFS blog, we can find a new post where are showing some new and cool changes related to Git support on Visual Studio 2013.
- Git built in to Visual Studio and TFS
- Use branches to switch contexts and isolate risk
- Resolve conflicts
- Work around a few known issues
- More of what’s new
Team Foundation Build
- Build Windows 8.1 Preview Store apps
- Build more simply. Build in Git!
- Customize your build processes
You can check here: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/visualstudioalm/archive/2013/06/26/visual-studio-2013-preview-version-control-tfbuild.aspx