Live Code Analyzers are used to add custom error messages and warnings that appear live as you're typing, along with automatic code fixes to help you clean them up. They are available as NuGet packages that you add to your projects in Visual Studio 2015. In this video, you'll see how the FxCop analyzer package now helps you improve your code even before you build. You'll also see the Azure Code Analysis package, which teaches you best practices for building Azure apps by spotting bugs the moment you introduce them.
Creating a great connected experience across multiple platforms is an essential element of great mobile applications. However, what happens when there is little to no connectivity—such as on an airplane or in some foreign countries? Does your mobile app effortlessly synchronize data when the device gets back online? Although users expect and deserve this type of behavior, James maintains that developing your own cloud backend and an API across all operating environments is time consuming and error prone. Even more, managing multiple projects, languages, IDEs, and continuous integration processes is unsustainable in the long run. Fear not! Industry leaders such as Amazon, Couchbase, and Microsoft can help solve this problem on iOS, Android, and Windows mobile devices. Join James to investigate the wide range of options for creating a connected and unconnected mobile experience. Come see a full implementation using the latest features of Azure App Service and mobile apps across iOS, Android, and Windows with Xamarin.
For any novice in machine learning – the biggest challenge is to determine the algorithm to use to train the model. This tutorial attempts to identify the various use-cases for training models and which algorithm one can use in a particular use-case.