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High Speed Bug Discovery With Fuzzing

On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, Craig Stuntz discusses his technique of using fuzzing to discover bugs in software. Craig shares his perspective on where fuzzing fits in the QA process, and why bug discovery is so critical to quality software. Craig Stuntz Craig Stuntz is a software engineer and a lifelong student of […]

Introducing JustAssembly: A Lightweight .NET Assembly Diff Tool

On behalf of the engineering team, I'm incredibly excited to announce a new tool we've built for .NET developers called JustAssembly! JustAssembly is a free and open source .NET assembly diff and analysis tool. With it, you can quickly decompile .NET assemblies and perform binary code diffs against them, all within a single interface. What's […]

A Monster Build Recap

On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, James Chambers unpacks the highlights from Microsoft Build 2017. The importance of AI and Machine Learning for developers is discussed. James shares his interest in using software for humanitarian efforts. James Chambers James is a Microsoft MVP and one of the ASP.NET Monsters, currently developing on the MVC […]

Microsoft Announces Windows Template Studio

Ed Charbeneau had the amazing opportunity to sit down and talk with Michael Crump and Clint Rutkas from Microsoft on Eat Sleep Code, the official Telerik podcast. Michael and Clint have been hard at work on Windows Template Studio, a new getting started experience for Universal Windows Platform. Check out the interview in its entirety […]

A Developer’s Perspective on Microsoft’s /BUILD Announcements

As the makers of your beloved Telerik developer tools for .NET ninjas and as partners, Progress has a big presence at Microsoft's /BUILD conference. We want developers to be successful as Microsoft shares their vision of what's next for technology and how pervasive intelligent software can help shape our lives. Here are my "developer perspectives" […]

7 Killer Visual Studio 2017 Features for Mobile Developers

So you are a mobile developer who is looking for some sanity amidst a plethora of frameworks, platforms and tooling? Maybe you are wondering if Visual Studio is the right IDE for you? I believe it is. Let me convince you as to why. 1. Easier Getting Started One of the pain points with any […]

Using XAML in Xamarin.Forms

XAML or eXtensible Markup Language is a declarative language used for creating user interfaces in Xamarin.Forms. I already know what you're thinking: Why would I want to use a markup language when I have the power of C#? Markup languages are for web pages – I'm building a mobile app with .Net – I want […]

UI for Xamarin Deep Dive: Typing Efficiency with AutoComplete

Welcome to Day 5 of our UI for Xamarin article series. You survived the long reads! On the plus side, hopefully your mobile app is coming together nicely using specialized polished UI controls. Let's finish off the week with something lightweight, but important – the icing on the cake so to speak. Let's face it […]

UI for Xamarin Deep Dive: Must-Have Interactivity with ListView

Welcome to Day 2 of our UI for Xamarin series. Hope you have started off on the right foot and have your ammunition all set. Let's take on a hard-hitting must-have UI control today! As is the case, most mobile apps often need to display a list of things. This list needs to be completely […]

Understanding Xamarin.Forms Layouts

The first article in this series on Xamarin.Forms looked at some of the features that the toolkit provides, and how it is more than just UI controls. Of course, Xamarin.Forms does provide a rich set of controls to build user interfaces with from a single codebase. In this article, we'll take a look at a […]