ASP NET for Mobile Website Development Along With Microsoft Visual Studio 2010

If you are in need of transferring money from your one account to another, or want to discover the cricket match scores, all you have to do is sign in to the website through your mobile or perform search on Google. It is getting easier because mobile websites are turning visitors into customers at fast rate. The features that come with the most recent version Framework, a software development platform, have facilitated the process of mobile website development. You can make use of MVC and MS Visual Studio to develop a small and appealing mobile website.
Mobile websites are dependent upon the implementation choices made by a client. The bulk of most widely used smartphones can display website as they appear on the screen of a desktop PC. Normally, these websites use standard compliant markup. The unavailability of any latest functions goes in their favor.
A good few websites do …

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ASP NET for Mobile Website Development Along With Microsoft Visual Studio 2010

If you are in need of transferring money from your one account to another, or want to discover the cricket match scores, all you have to do is sign in to the website through your mobile or perform search on Google. It is getting easier because mobile websites are turning visitors into customers at fast rate. The features that come with the most recent version Framework, a software development platform, have facilitated the process of mobile website development. You can make use of MVC and MS Visual Studio to develop a small and appealing mobile website.
Mobile websites are dependent upon the implementation choices made by a client. The bulk of most widely used smartphones can display website as they appear on the screen of a desktop PC. Normally, these websites use standard compliant markup. The unavailability of any latest functions goes in their favor.
A good few websites do …

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Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2011 – Clouds Are on the Horizon

The notion of running everything in the cloud was first pushed by Microsoft at the 2009 Worldwide Partner Conference when CEO Steve Ballmer introduced the enterprise level cloud computing platform Windows Azure. While Azure was more of a “supercomputer in the sky” for shared computational power, it’s not something the average SMB would likely use. However, during that same week Microsoft presented BPOS (Business Productivity Online Suite) to address the needs of the SMB market.
BPOS delivered Exchange, SharePoint, Office Communicator, and LiveMeeting through the cloud and was designed to give SMBs a way to move from traditional licensing models and expensive hardware requirements to a pay-as-you-go service plan. However, the number of SMB customers that could take advantage of BPOS was limited because something was lacking; a better Outlook client to handle the mail. Add to that the number of organizations using older versions of Office which were incompatible …

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