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SmartBear Updates Ready! API Testing Solution for Microsoft Developers; Extends API Virtualization

With APIs a key aspect of digital business projects, SmartBear Software is shipping an update to its Ready! API 1.8 testing framework with support for Visual Studio developers, along with other new features.

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Magic Software’s Enhanced Integration Platform Facilitates Digital Transformation and IoT Projects

Magic Software is updating its Magic xpi integration platform to support IoT (Internet of Things) projects.   Magic xpi 4.5 sports expanded connectivity capabilities, more user-friendly development tools, on-board support for MQTT and robust in-memory computing.

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Visual Studio 2005 Promotes the Integration Dev

Microsoft this week ships its long-awaited Visual Studio 2005. IDN looks at how the latest IDE takes the next step in bringing the .NET developer into the role of integration developer -- working to unite apps with databases, workflows, security and business rules. IDN looks at how Visual Studio, and its future roadmap, may change how devs think, work and design apps.

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Amazon, Microsoft Partner on B2B Web Services

Amazon and Microsoft are partnering on an initiative aimed at getting Visual Studio.NET devs to build innovative apps to tie into Amazon's Web Services (AWS) platform. The two launched a dev contest, open through year's end, for building entrepreneurial apps that tie into Amazon product data and services for their own home-grown business, or for their enterprise.

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Microsoft VSTA Brings Macros to .NET

During this month's Professional Developers Conference, Microsoft unveiled Visual Studio Tools for Applications, a new ISV-facing technology that will enable software vendors to build .NET macros into their application. IDN takes a look at how VSTA might change how .NET apps, web services get built and deployed - for end users and ISVs.

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Borland, Microsoft Bring UML to Visual Studio.NET

This week, Borland debuts its Together Edition for Visual Studio.NET, bringing integrated modeling and code management technologies to .NET devs. After more than a year of cooperation between Borland and Microsoft, see the benefits from new technologies that blend a C#-based UML modeling engine with code management tools from Borland and Visual Studio.NET from Microsoft. Also, get a 60-day free use license.

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Visual Studio 2004 to Speed Programming, Integration

Microsoft's 2004 plans for Visual Studio a.k.a. Whidbey include better tools for XML, data access, performance tuning and code reuse -- key areas geared to make devs more efficient programmers and better integrators. It will also support new WSE (Web Services Extensions) upgrades. For a drill-down view of Whidbey, IDN spoke with Microsoft's Ari Bixhorn, Visual Studio's Lead Product Manager.

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Inside Whidbey: Microsoft’s View for Visual Studio 2004

This week, Microsoft offered devs a sneak peek and a roadmap for its 2004 edition of Visual Studio (a.k.a. Whidbey). The company also unveiled a revamped program to promote partnerships with smaller dev shops and ISVs. In sum, the tools, technologies and outreach are all geared toward making devs more efficient and better integrators. To give you a deeper view, IDN spoke with Microsoft's Ari Bixhorn, Visual Studio's Lead Product Manager.

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