Microsoft Rolls Out Key Development Tool Betas

Within the next few days, Microsoft will release key development technology to help developers build applications across a variety of platforms, including the Web, desktops, servers and mobile devices. In an interview with eWEEK at the Microsoft campus here July 25, S. "Soma" Somasegar, corporate vice president of the developer division, said Microsoft was about to release Visual Studio 2008 beta 2, the .Net Framework 3.5 beta 2, and Silverlight 1.0 RC (release candidate), "and we're going to make available a Visual Studio add-in so you can use Visual Studio to target Silverlight 1.0, the RC version."

"All of these things are coming out and we're putting on the very, very final touches," Somasegar said. "We're going to provide Go Live licenses both for Silverlight 1.0 RC as well as for Visual Studio 2008 and the .Net Framework 3.5 betas, so that as you as a customer or developer or early adopter want to take a bet on any of these technologies and be able to build and deliver experiences and applications in a production environment. You can do that with these products and we will work with you on that."

View: The full story
News source: eWeek

Report a problem with article
Previous Story

Will The Chip War Be Lost In The Margins?

Next Story

ASRock pushes low price motherboard for entry-level market

1 Comments - Add comment