This sample demonstrates how to use the app bar to present navigation, commands, and tools to users. The app bar is hidden by default and appears when users swipe a finger from the top or bottom edge of the screen. It covers the content of the applic...
The Contoso University application created by the first of two Web Forms tutorial series at http://asp.net/entity-framework/tutorials/. Continues to be provided alongside version 2 so that it can be used as a starting point for working through the second tutorial series.
The Windows Azure HelloWorld sample demonstrates how to create a simple ASP.NET web role that can be deployed to Windows Azure. The Diagnostics module is imported into the sample and is ready to collect the default diagnostic data.
This sample will teach you the basics of building an ASP.NET MVC Web application using Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2010 Express.
It is part of a tutorial series written by ScottGu, Scott Hanselman and Rick Anderson.
This is a tutorial to create a sample enterprise dashboard using MVVM pattern. This sample takes sales figures of a fictitious company to show how a dashboard helps in analysing what contributed to the sales. It also shows sales conversion ratio.
This sample shows how to create, read, write to, copy or delete a file, how to retrieve file properties, and how to add a file to the most recently used (MRU) list and then retrieve the file from the list.
This application was presented by John Papa during the MIX11 Day 2 keynote to demonstrate the new features in Silverlight 5 including 3D, RelativeSource Ancestor, Data Binding Debugging, Implicit DataTemplates, & Binding in Style Setters.
This walkthrough demonstrates the end-to-end process of creating an application in Visual Studio LightSwitch. You will use many of the features of LightSwitch to create an application for a fictional vision clinic for scheduling appointments and creating invoices.
The sample application combines cloud computing solutions (e.g. Windows Azure, SQL Azure, Bing Maps, Windows Live) and other modern technologies (e.g. WP7, IE9, HTML 5, Silverlight 4) to demo a trip planning system.