Microsoft held its annual developer-focused Build conference on April 2 – 4, and thankfully all of the sessions were recorded and are available for viewing on their own Channel 9 events page. There are a lot of sessions to watch and learn from (185 to be exact) on a diverse set of topics. I’ve watched a few videos already – it’s impressive, and almost overwhelming, to see and understand how much Microsoft has done in the last year.
So far I’ve watched 2 videos. In the Day 2 Keynote session, an impressive number of new Windows Azure features were announced. In The Future of C# session, it started out by explaining the benefits of the new Roslyn compiler, and showed how developers will be able to hook into the compilation process using Roslyn’s APIs to perform custom code transformations in Visual Studio, and then they showed some upcoming and proposed extensions to the C# language.
These videos are going to keep me busy for quite a while, thank-you Microsoft for sharing them for everyone to watch!
With the transition of Dynamics CRM Online organizations to the new administrative portal and billing platform, you’ll be assigned an Office 365 account that comes with a domain name in the form of <name>.onmicrosoft.com. This blog post will walk through how to add your own domain to your Office 365 account so that you can use it instead of the onmicrosoft.com one. Continue reading “Office 365 custom domains”
CRM Online sometimes has temporary outages, and if it weren’t for applications that repeatedly connect to CRM using its web services, one may not even know they occur. This situation unfortunately recently occurred for one of our clients, and they asked us to look into the problem. Continue reading “Handling CRM Online micro-outages in a web portal”
Authorize.Net is one of several payment gateways that Adxstudio Portals offers built-in support for in its e-commerce functionality. Authorize.Net in turn supports several processors that will submit transactions to the credit card networks. Changing the processor associated with your Authorize.Net payment gateway account will require the submission of a request through their eTicket system. Continue reading “Changing the processor on an Authorize.Net payment gateway”
I recently had a problem when trying to use the Performance Wizard for the first time in Visual Studio 2013 and on Windows 8.1 to profile an ASP.NET application. It’s part of what’s called the Performance and Diagnostics Hub.
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