.NET Framework 4.5.1, Part 3 of 3: Building on Windows

with Mike Benkovich

Building applications for Windows has never been easier or more intuitive. With the latest advances in the tooling, as well as new features in the Windows interface, developers can get a head start in building compelling solutions. In this course we'll look at what's new in the .NET framework 4.5.1, as well as Visual Studio 2013 for building Windows applications, both on the desktop and in what is now called "Modern Windows Apps". We will see how we can share code, and debugging and test our apps, and the see how the new Performance and Diagnostics hub makes analyzing application performance characteristics a breeze.

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