Microsoft previews Visual Studio 2013 and more at BUILD conference

Microsoft previews Visual Studio 2013 and more at BUILD conference

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Microsoft announced the availability of Visual Studio 2013 preview among

other major updates relevant to mobile app developers at its BUILD

conference.


														               
							 	 						

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Microsoft made several new announcements at the Build generic viagra conference yesterday, cheap generic viagra the most important one among them being the preview of the newer versions of Visual Studio 2013 and .NET framework. An update for http://levitraonline-instore.com/ Visual levitra online Studio 2012 was also released, which includes bug fixes and enables Visual Studio 2012 to run on Windows . While the VS 2013 preview included a slew of new features related to Azure and cloud based testing. There is also a lot of focus on testing how the battery life of a device will be affected, power consumption for which can be measured down to the milliwatt. Other cloud related integrations come in the form of connectivity to Windows Azure Mobile Services and synchronization for developers to multiple cialis how long does it take to work devices. S.Somasegar, the VP for Microsoft Developer division said, “As just one example, .NET developers have been asking for a feature that’s been available to C++ developers for a while: viewing method return values in the debugger, even if those values are never stored into any declared variable. With .NET 4.5.1 and Visual Studio 2013, this capability is now built-in.”

The company also announced that it is opening up a lot of functionality of Bing as a platform for developers, wherein they will be able to access Bing data in a variety of different forms. They will also be able to access the knowledge base, entities, Optical Character Recognition, mapping etc.

The third major announcement that Microsoft made was related to the Internet Explorer browser, wherein it confirmed that for the first time ever, it will support WebGL. As of now, IE is the only major browser that does not yet support this features and it seems the functionality is finally coming, for everyone’s delight. There might be a lot of small announcements cheap generic viagra which were made, however these are some of those which took alertec canada pharmacy the stage away. For more details you can go here or check out the live broadcast here.

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