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What's new in Visual Studio 2013?

What's new in Visual Studio 2013?

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  • we took a first step towards resolving this issue by making better use of free blocks of contiguous memory within the LOHIn The .NET Framework 4.5.1 Preview, multi-core JIT has been extended to support dynamically loaded assemblies, loaded with the Assembly.LoadFrom API and from an Appdomain.AssemblyResolve event handler
  • ASP.NET Suspension - If you’ve seen app suspension for Windows Phone or Windows Store apps, this feature will be familiarOWIN – OpenWeb Interface for .NET
  • ASP.NET Suspension - If you’ve seen app suspension for Windows Phone or Windows Store apps, this feature will be familiarOWIN – OpenWeb Interface for .NETADO.NETConnecitionResiliency - Many of you are moving your apps to the cloud. That frequently means that you are moving your on-premise infrastructure piece by piece, not all at once. It can be the case that an app and the databases it accesses are quite separate (accessed via VPN or in different data centers). The underlying remote connection can go down, even for just a second.
  • ASP.NET Suspension - If you’ve seen app suspension for Windows Phone or Windows Store apps, this feature will be familiarOWIN – OpenWeb Interface for .NETADO.NETConnecitionResiliency - Many of you are moving your apps to the cloud. That frequently means that you are moving your on-premise infrastructure piece by piece, not all at once. It can be the case that an app and the databases it accesses are quite separate (accessed via VPN or in different data centers). The underlying remote connection can go down, even for just a second.

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