The microservices approach provides a compelling way to build robust, scalable and manageable cloud-based apps and services. Learn how microservices and the new Microsoft Azure Service Fabric combine to enable hyperscale solutions.
In the second of her two-part series detailing the difficulties in learning how to use DocumentDB and the Aurelia framework together, Julie Lerman presents the path to the solution that ultimately proved successful.
Raanan Weber begins his two-part series on game development with Babylon.js by building a simple bowling game. Follow along as he creates meshes and textures them, adds cameras and light sources, and enables simple user interaction.
Here’s an overview of Spark, an open source framework for big data. With its exceptional performance characteristics, Spark is well-suited for use with machine learning systems. James McCaffrey shows how you can install and run it on a Windows machine.
With Xamarin, C# developers write applications for iOS, Android, Windows Phone and the Mac OS X, while writing a custom UI for each target. Learn how Xamarin.Forms lets developers reuse UI code by leveraging common UI concepts across target mobile platforms.
The MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, Node.js (MEAN) stack is an alternative “Web stack” to ASP.NET. In this installment, learn about processing input—the ability to put a new person into the system, remove a person from the system and update an existing person.
Learn how to achieve top performance and responsiveness in intenstive data lookup operations, using the Redis in-memory database with Web API and Microsoft Azure.
A lot has changed with the arrival of Windows 10. Rachel Appel looks at the top 10 things developers need to know to stay ahead of the curve.
The days of university professors subjecting students to endless lectures may be at an end. David Platt reflects on recent changes at the Harvard Medical School, where instructors are ditching rote presentation in favor of digital instruction and interactive teaching.