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Month: June 2015

How to run localhost websites on Microsoft Edge

Hello! You might have already heard that Windows 10 will run Microsoft Edge an all-new browser that’s built to give you a better web experience. Microsoft Edge is the browser for the modern web. If you are developer you might be really interested in the Dev center for the new browser, you can check it on this link http://dev.modern.ie/. There you will find lots of tools and resources and you can also: Check Platform Status Test and debug your site with…

Microsoft Hololens to bring Science Fiction to Science Fact

Today I came across a great post by NASA, talking about their collaboration with Microsoft Hololens to develop Sidekick, a new project using commercial technology to empower astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Project Sidekick will use Microsoft HoloLens to provide virtual aid to astronauts working off the Earth, for the Earth. NASA mentioned on their website that a pair of the devices is basically scheduled to launch on SpaceX’s seventh commercial resupply mission to the IS station…

VorlonJS remote debugging and testing tool for JavaScript

Hello Developers! Working with the web, there is a lot of heavy-lifting done on the front-end with JavaScript. Now, scripts take  a considerable amount of time to debug and test on different browsers and devices. You need a tool that is easy to set up, platform-agnostic and extensible. There is a tool out there with these specs! VorlonJS, is that tool which allows you to remotely load, inspect, test and debug JavaScript code running on…

Build 3D games for the web with Babylon.js

Hello Developers! More specifically web developers who are developing/interested in developing 3D games for the web. Are you looking for a JavaScript engine to help you do so? Look no more, there is a complete JavaScript framework called Babylon.js Babylon.js is a 3D engine based on webgl and javascript, a complete JavaScript framework to help you build HTML5 based 3D games. The library has a repo on Github and is run by a great team of web gurus: Lead developer: David…

Prepare for the Windows 10 Unified Dev Center

Cross-post from my MSDN blog: Hello developers! As we anxiously await for Windows 10’s official release in 29 July, we started ramping-up on the developer material to help us bring our app experiences to Windows 10 and the Universal Windows Platform. The new operating system will have a new enhanced store to distribute your apps and have users download and review them. The end users will experience the new store but as developers in the…

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