Getting Started with the Windows Live Tools

he Windows Live Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio enable developers to incorporate a set of Windows Live services into their web sites using Visual Studio and ASP.NET via a set of ASP.NET Server Controls.Microsoft released the second community technology preview… Continue Reading


Windows Live Delegated APIs

he Internet provides a fantastic backbone for sharing data. For many years Microsoft’s consumer services have helped users manage an assortment of data, such as photos on Spaces and contacts in Messenger and Hotmail. Some of this data you want… Continue Reading


Using OData Services in ASP.NET Applications

The Open Data Protocol (OData) is a Web protocol that relies on HTTP, Atom Publishing Protocol (AtomPub) and JSON. You can use OData to expose, query and update data from a variety of applications, services and stores. The OData protocol… Continue Reading


ASP.NET MVC and Web Forms — Shaping the Future of the Web

Ever since the release of ASP.NET MVC there is a constant buzz to evaluate its features and compare it with traditional Web Forms development. This article compares both these frameworks to help the developer community decide the use of appropriate… Continue Reading


Create a Web App Using ASP.NET MVC 2.0 Framework

In this article I will show you how to create an ASP.NET Web Application using MVC 2.0 Framework. You’ll recall that ASP.NET MVC 2.0 is the latest Microsoft framework for building web applications on top of the .NET framework 2.0,… Continue Reading