1Gig-Tech #2 - ASP.NET, Win10, Office 2016, Xamarin, ElasticSearch

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Welcome to 1Gig Tech for 11 Jul, 2015!

In today's edition, there are 15 articles on technology, news, open source, community on the fantastic and ever evolving technology world.

  • Deploying ASP.NET 5 application to Azure Web App with Git
    I haven’t found any official docs about publishing ASP.NET 5 applications to Azure using source control (continuous deployment), but I thought I’ll give it a try. I failed at first and I asked whether it’s even possible on Twitter: Hi @michaldudak that's a very good question.
  • react-ui-builder
    This tool is a visual builder of React JS components for your web application. In builder you can easily combine available components with each other, and see how they look and feel right on a web page.
  • Don't Waste Time On Cross Browser Testing
    Browsers Mobile Simulators Reporting Side By Side Find cross-browser issues in minutes Easily switch between all major desktop browsers You don't need more than 5 minutes to test any website in all major desktop browsers. Anytime all browsers are just 1 click away.
  • Build native iOS, Android and Mac apps in C#
    Mobile development skills are in demand, and Xamarin for Students gives you an edge over the competition. With Xamarin for Students, you can build native iOS, Android, and Windows apps with Xamarin Studio and Visual Studio, for free.
  • Installing Windows 10: A pictorial walkthrough (Ng Chong Seng)
    With Windows 10 for PCs and tablets due end of this month, and the fact that Microsoft is pushing out preview builds left, right, and center recently, we thought it’s time to revisit the installation process to see how it differs from previous versions of Windows and the early WIndows 10 builds.
  • Windows Server 2003 Migration Resources! (Jeffadude)
    It’s hard to believe that it's been 12 years since we released Windows Server 2003! On March 28th 2003 I received a ship-it award for the role I played in helping to make Windows Server 2003 ready for enterprise customers.
  • Hey Azure, how's my Cloud Service doing?
    The Azure Management APIs give you a lot of useful stats and you can easily use them to build a customised dashboard for an instant healthcheck of your Azure estate.

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Puneet Ghanshani

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