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  • JavaScript
    JavaScript Workflow Automation Using Grunt and GulpGrunt preview
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    In this tutorial, you'll learn how to automate your development tasks using Grunt and Gulp. You'll see how each one works, and how to create a repeatable workflow to prevent you from making mistakes.Read More…
  • JavaScript
    How to Create a Vorlon.js Plugin to Test Your Own JavaScript RemotelyVorlon preview
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    During the keynote at the recent //BUILD 2015 conference, our team at Microsoft released Vorlon.js, a tool to debug your website. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to create a plugin to test your JavaScript remotely.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Measure the Success of Your Developer Relations ProgramSocial media
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    The problem with developer relations is that it’s a subjective, somewhat nebulous field that in most cases doesn’t involve tangible “things". This can make it hard to measure how successful you or your team are and if you’re hitting the mark with your community. In this tutorial I'll look at some ways of measuring the success of a developer relations program.Read More…
  • Mobile Development
    Build a Hosted Web App on Android, iOS and Windows Using ManifoldJSPreview image@2x
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    Recently at //BUILD/ 2015, Microsoft announced manifoldJS—the simplest way to build hosted apps across platforms. In this tutorial I'll go into a bit more detail on why to use hosted web apps and how to build one for yourself using manifoldJS.Read More…
  • JavaScript
    JavaScript Debugging Using Cross-Browser Source MapsJavascript wide retina preview
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    As a JavaScript developer, I’m sure you’ve already been falling into this scenario: something goes wrong with the production version of your code, and debugging it directly from the production server is a nightmare because it has been minified or compiled from another language. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to find source maps in all of the browsers and get the most out of those few minutes you have to debug.Read More…
  • JavaScript
    Understanding Fluent APIs in JavaScriptFluent preview
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    While designing Babylon.js v2.0 (a library for building 3D on the web), I recently found myself wishing that more APIs were fluent—that is, I wish the community could more easily read, understand, and build upon the work while spending less time in the tech docs. In this tutorial, I’ll walk through fluent APIs: what to consider, how to write them, and cross-browser performance implications. Read More…
  • JavaScript
    Improve JavaScript Performance Analysis Results With User MarksPreview
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    When working on advanced JavaScript code, like a 3D engine, you may ask yourself what you can do to optimize, and how much time you should spend in some specific pieces of code. In this tutorial, I will share several tools that provide insight into how your code is performing, and show you how to make the most of user marks in the memory graph to analyze your performance.Read More…
  • JavaScript
    How to Debug JavaScript Remotely With Vorlon.jsVorlon preview
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    Vorlon.js is an open source, extensible, platform-agnostic tool for remotely debugging and testing your JavaScript. I had the opportunity to create Vorlon.js with the help of some talented engineers and tech evangelists at Microsoft, and I would like to share with you why we made it and how to incorporate it into your own testing workflow, as well as sharing some more details on the art of building a JavaScript library like it.Read More…
  • Babylon.js
    Why and How We Migrated Babylon.js to AzureBabylon preview
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    In this tutorial, I want to humbly use one of our more recent “success stories” around our WebGL open-source gaming framework, Babylon.js, and its website. We’ve been excited to see so many web gaming devs try it out. But to keep up with the demand, we knew we needed a new web hosting solution. In this tutorial I'll show you how we migrated to Azure.Read More…
  • JavaScript
    JavaScript: How to Embed Private Members Into an ObjectJavascript wide retina preview
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    In this tutorial, I want to share with you how to embed private members into an object using what I call “closure space”. I'll show you how you can use this for your own projects, and how performance and memory are affected for the major browsers.Read More…
  • EcmaScript 6
    ECMAScript 6 Power Tutorial: Template StringsEcmascript
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    Welcome to the second part of my series about ECMAScript 6! In the first installment, I covered Class and Inheritance. In this article, I’ll focus on template strings based on my personal experience creating embedded expressions.Read More…
  • iOS
    A Fast, Accurate Way to Test Internet Explorer on iOS, Mac OS X, and AndroidIeonosx preview
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    Earlier this year, the Microsoft team launched a new tool, RemoteIE, to make it easier to test sites in IE regardless of which platform you’re on. In this tutorial I'll show you how to get it set up.Read More…
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