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Month: November 2011

Windows Phone Dev Camp in Beirut

[Opt7_Microdata_Event_1627626510] As part of the Micorosft Dev Camps Beirut 2011 which are a series of “hands-on” events supervised by Microsoft technical experts. The Microsoft Developer Platform Evangelism group proudly presents for the first time in Lebanon the Windows Phone Dev Camp. Windows Phone Dev Camp Register Here Event Details When ? Dec 10 – 11 09:00 – 20:00 Where ? Berytech – Mansourieh, Lebanon Registration Deadline Dec 7         A Windows Phone camp is a free…

HTML5 Web Camp Videos

The recorded videos of the sessions given at the HTML5 Web Camp event (a Microsoft sponsored event) that was held in Phoenix, AZ on September 30th 2011 are all available online  for free! The link for all these videos is found below.  Kindly share with your community.  

IIS 7 Invalid Application Path Error

While trying to add an application to IIS7 , I couldn’t get pass the “Test Settings” step. I kept getting this error “Invalid application path” It seems that using the default “Pass Through” authentication is not allowing the connection and hence the error: “Invalid Application Path” Here are the steps I took to fix it. After adding an application, and before i “Test Settings…” Click on “Connect as…” Select “Specific user:” instead of the default selection…

20 Beautiful DotNetNuke Skins

BeModern DNN Skin
BeModern DNN Skin

For all the DotNetNuke lovers and developers out there, today i came across this post by MicrosoftFeed:

DotNetNuke (DNN) is an open source based web application framework that enables you to build websites and can also accommodate everything from single portals to multiple enterprise implementations. DNN offers many out-of-the-box features for public and private sites. DNN skins put you in control of the look and feel of your DotNetNuke website. Here are 20 beautiful DotNetNuke skins for your inspiration. Enjoy!

Bing for Mobile Hybrid Apps in HTML5

Sometime last month, Bing homepage team announced on Bing Blog that bing will launch an HTML5 video powered homepage. If you think that is exciting check the below: Microsoft is  to release a new Bing for Mobile apps, built on HTML5 with the aim for a robust mobile web experience. Because the core Bing app is written in HTML5 it will allow users to get a consistent experience across all platforms, native clients and the web. Moreover it will be able to make…

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