Suggestion of the week
- Distributed Automated Browser Testing with Selenium and BrowserStack (Scott Hanselman) - Testing the UI is never a walk in the park, and often the easiest solution is to use reall users. This post talk about two tools to automate these processes.
- Azure: ExpressRoute Dedicated Networking, Web Site Backup Restore, Mobile Services .NET support, Hadoop 2.2, and more - Once again, a lot of new features available in windows azure are presented in this post. I'm looking forward to try this Expressroute and the web api support.
- Announcing Windows Azure ExpressRoute, new partnership with Level 3 and exciting updates to other Azure Services (StevenMartinMS) - This post gives more details about the new ExpressRoute of Azure presented last week.
- Windows Azure Mobile Services with .NET Backend (Shiju Varghese) - Great code sample that demonstrates how easy it is to do .Net web api for azure mobile services.
- WindowsAzure Lessons Learned : Be Stateful - Very interesting post that compares efficiency and cost of stateful application versus stateless.
- Code in the Cloud Using Visual Studio Online - It's magic! You can have Visual Studio without any installation...
- Using Claims in your Web App is Easier with the new OWIN Security Components (suhasbj, levibroderick, betty, on ap standa Daniel Roth) - Very useful informations about own and his ability to manage easily claims.
- Remove unused CSS in your Web Application - Nice tips to get better performance.
- New UI and capabilities for Windows Phone App Studio Beta developers - Nice update for windows phone developer.