Visual Studio 2011 developer preview introduced many great features. These includes IDE features such as HTML Editor Enhancements, Debugging features, parallel computing improvements, SharePoint development features etc. You can read the Announcing Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview post from Jason Zander’s WebLog to know more about the newly launched Visual Studio. In this post I am going talk few of nice features of Visual Studio 2011 developer preview related with ASP.NET.
Most of all are well aware about command line profiling for ASP.NET Application using VSPerfASPNETCmd command line tool . This can easily profile your ASP.NET Web applications which is hosted on IIS. We just need to run VSPerfASPNETCmd command with required parameter. Once profiling done, we can inspect the generated performance report (.vsp) file within Visual Studio. But, do you know we can do the complete profiling within Visual Studio itself. How ? Here you go.
Here is the presentation slide that we have used during our session at Developer Conference 2011, Hyderabad on 1st October. During the session I started with very fundamentals of Kinect devices and Kinect .NET SDK. I have shown how much easy it was to code with Kinect .NET SDK and developed different application with Kinect Camera, 3D Depth and Skeleton Tracking. In the next step, captured images using Kinect when it was detecting any Skeleton and uploaded the same on live Azure Blob Storage and added some information on Azure Queue Storage. After that Jebarson took it forward and shown how Push notification can be placed in between Azure and Windows Phone 7 to notify the subscribed user when some photo been captured, uploaded to the Azure and then the image is shown in your WP7 Device after successfully authentication.