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Free Visual Studio 2012 eBook from Telerik

Note:I have been writing lots of things about Visual Studio 2012 and this post is same in the series. You can find complete list of post from the following link.Visual Studio 2012 feature series- What’s new in Visual Studio 2012.
Visual studio 2012 is there in RC stage and I am exploring that into the great extent. Visual Studio 2012 is great editor there is no doubt. It is much more mature and comes with lots of features. Telerik – A well know in third party controls released a free eBook on Visual Studio 2012 and ASP.NET 4.5. You can find lots of time saving feature documented in this eBook.

Visual Studio 2012 feature list - What's new in Visual Studio 2012

Following is a quick list of features they have explored in Visual Studio 2012.
  1. JavaScript Intellisense
  2. CSS Intellisense
  3. ASP.NET and ASP.NET Web API
  4. Strongly typed data binding
  5. Page Inspector(new Debugging Tool)
  6. HTML5 and CSS3 is available out of box
  7. Request validation prevents yellow screen of death
  8. WAI Aria makes the web usable by all
Following is the the link from where you can download this book.

free eBook from telerik about Visual Studio 2012 and ASP.NET 4.5.

This book will surely going to help all the developers exploring the the features of Visual Studio 2012 features. This book is written by two people from Telerik.

Joshua Holt
He works as a Developer Support Specialist at Telerik focusing on ASP.NET, but tends to dabble in all of the products. Part of his role at Telerikis to work closely with the team, and help developers leverage the Telerik product lineup. In his free time he likes to tinker with spatial data visualization projects, and chase clouds.Prior to working at Telerik, Joshua worked as a consultant for several Fortune 500 companies in the oil and gas industry.

Carl Bergenhem
He is an Enterprise Solutions Consultant at Telerik specializing in the ASP.NET AJAX and ASP.NET MVC products. He has always been interested in web development and has played around with various web technologies since he was a child.In his free time Carl enjoys soccer, running and playing his guitar.

That’s it. Hope you like it. Stay tuned for more update.


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