Monday, April 16, 2012

Always a sunny day when we get a new All-In-One Code Framework Sample Browser...

Microsoft All-In-One Code Framework - Announcing Microsoft All-In-One Code Framework Sample Browser v5 - A Big Refresh with Expansion to 3500+ code samples, Favorite Searches, Flexibilities & More

"Microsoft All-In-One Code Framework this morning is releasing a brand new version for its Sample Browser, which introduces a big search expansion to over 3500 quality code samples, the new Favorite Searches and Favorite Samples functions for managing your beloved samples, the integration of social media sharing, the enriched query conditions & more. Its Zune-style user experience is still stunning. This is a big refresh of Sample Browser since the last release half a year ago. We sincerely hope that worldwide developers will love it!


New Features

1. Expansion to Searching and Downloading 3500+ code samples

2. Favorite Samples and Favorite Searches

3. Social Media Integration

4. Flexibility in downloading and managing samples

5. Enriched Sample Query Conditions

6. Over 20 other new features, performance improvements, and bug fixes


I know I've said this before, but if you're looking for Microsoft tech code samples, this should be your very first stop...


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