Getting Your App into the Windows Store
With the right guidance, getting an application into the Windows 8 Store is surprisingly easy. Bruno Terkaly shows you how in 10 simple steps.
Enabling and Customizing ASP.NET Web API Services Security
If you’re calling Web API service from secured ASP.NET pages, you probably have all the security you need. But if you want to extend Web API’s security system, protect from CSRF attacks, or just access your service from other clients than Web pages on your site, you’ll need to leverage the underlying ASP.NET security framework.
This discussion of mail apps for Outlook and Outlook Web App provides code snippets to illustrate key features of the API, moving from basic techniques to more advanced concepts.
A New Option for Creating OData: Web API
Julie Lerman explores two ways of creating ODATA feeds—WCF Data Services and the new ASP.NET Web API—and discusses why you might choose one approach over the other
Windows Azure Insider
Architecting Multi-Tenant Applications in Windows Azure
Multi-tenant applications make sense from a business perspective, since compute and storage resources can be maximized by sharing them among multiple subscribers. This article introduces you to some key concepts and principles, and provides guidance on where you can get the hands-on skills you need in order to get up to speed.
Use TypeScript in Modern Apps
An Introduction to Audio Processing Objects
Charles Petzold shows you how to create XAudio2 Audio Processing Objects (APOs) to perform customized processing of audio streams.
Amoeba Method Optimization Using C#
Some difficult problems, especially in the areas of machine learning and artificial intelligence, can't be solved easily using classical optimization techniques. In such situations, alternatives, such as amoeba method optimization, can be of value, as James McCaffrey explains.
Don't Get Me Started
Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle says that certain complementary properties are entwined such that knowing more about one means knowing less about the other. Devs can bump into Heisenberg when they try to figure out what users want in their programs.