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WinJS 3.0 is a platform- and browser-agnostic library for building web applications that runs on most desktop and mobile browsers. Learn how it's evolved since version 1.0.
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You can build a functioning web service in .NET in no time by using the ServiceStack framework. Here's how.
NancyFX offers a simple, straightforward approach to building and deploying web applications. This walk-through shows how to set up and start using NancyFX.