Do you want to learn techniques to enhance your Web Forms development experience. See how you can improve your code's maintainability and testability and your site's performance. Leverage new features in ASP.NET Web Forms 4.5 to reduce the amount of UI "yuck" code and focus on your application's logic. We will look at some of the improvements to Web Forms such as support for EF 6, new Scaffolders and more features which you might not have heard of. We will see how to leverage all of the latest tools in Visual Studio like Browser Link and Web Essentials to make their coding experience simpler, shorter, and more enjoyable.
This session will introduce new features and roadmap for Visual Studio developers who want to deploy their Web, Mobile, and REST API applications to Azure App Service. We'll begin with the new provisioning experience and improved UI. We'll discuss the agility we've been able to achieve for one-off tooling experiences like the ASP.NET WebHooks tools and the API Management ingest tooling, built atop the Visual Studio Connected Service framework. We'll take a look at how Azure services like Redis Caching, Document DB, and Azure Storage can be used for infinite storage and performance capabilities. We'll take a look at the latest advances to Azure App Service like integrated CORS support and Swagger-based API Client generation, and use WebJobs to provide back-end processing power to your ASP.NET apps running in Azure.
From Linux distributions and OpenSource frameworks to DevOps on Docker Containers and Azure Container Service, Microsoft has been enabling a whole set of emerging and innovative technologies on Azure including many from the Open Source world enabling. This talk will give a general outlook on Microsoft direction of travel, expose the details of those new services and discuss matching customer and industry use cases.