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Durandal, a cross-device, cross-platform framework, promotes modularity when building applications. Here's how to use it.
Get even more useful Visual Studio 2012 and 2013 templates when you download and use SideWaffle. These tips will help you get the most out of the extension.
OmniSharp is a set of open source projects that enables .NET development in a text editor. Learn how to use Atom on OS X to build .NET apps.
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.
The GitHub-backed Atom is worth checking out, even if you aren't looking for a new text editor to add to your developer toolbox.
Bitbucket provides hosting for Git and Mercurial repositories. Tony Patton focuses on using Bitbucket with a Git repository for collaboration and possibly even to save on costs.
Google's Chrome Dev Editor provides a development environment within the browser. This rudimentary tool might be especially useful for Chromebook users who do web development work.
Design Studio HTML5 enables you to create ads for device-agnostic browsers and devices. See if our reviewer recommends it.
When developing a Titanium mobile app for iOS, learn these best practices so you don't waste time being frustrated with performance and behavior issues.
Windows has made some updates to the Azure Virtual Network, now in production status, that makes it easier to extend your own network or private cloud into Azure.