What do you think?
From Microsoft Research project TouchDevelop:
“TouchDevelop uses the latest web technologies in Internet Explorer, Chrome and Safari to bring a cloud-connected, touch-friendly app creation environment to your PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone, Android or Windows Phone device. Oh, right, it also works offline”
If you are Web developer you certainly will want to give a check thеse points before release. Note the menu on the top left corner!
Some screen shots:
I used some of these 🙂 Do you?
Just encountered Moqups.com and had a quick look at it. It was easy to use with slick interface, excellent graphics and nice export. There are enough basic elements to star with.
If you need to mockup something quickly, that’s the tool you’ll ever need.
Having played with few of them, I personally tend to agree that Ember.js and Knockout.js are getting just a small step in front of the rest.
Now we are armed with Microjs! Wonder how I lived without it before 🙂
Nice to see some progress on Code Canvas.
Kael Rowan explored the subject here.
Today I’ve started a new website project for my wife’s new business. Well, new project, new technologies, so decided to have a go with most latest MVC 4 and EF 5.0, both still in beta. This part went very smoothly, quickly and easy. No glitches, compare to some troubles having in past with previous version of MVC/EF.
The new MVC 4 default theme is nice and cool too, but I decide to go a bit further and try to learn new Twitter Bootstrap. Doing some wee project for your wife’s business is just the right opportunity, isn’t it :)?
In addition, I want to add: it’s beautiful and brilliantly easy to use! There’s also a NuGet package to add it to the MVC project.
Really, you have to try it yourself!
At Stackoverflow there is a great post containing freely available programming books.
Check it out!