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Inside MSBuild: Compile Apps Your Way With Custom Tasks For The Microsoft Build Engine

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Learn how you can use MSBuild to customize your builds. Since it ships as a part of the .NET Framework, you don't even need to have Visual Studio installed on your machine.

Sayed Ibrahim Hashimi

MSDN Magazine June 2006




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Velocity: Build Better Data-Driven Apps With Distributed Caching

  

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Silverlight: Build Line-Of-Business Enterprise Apps With Silverlight, Part 2

  

Here we wrap up the call center client application we began last month. The techniques we illustrate will help you build real-world enterprise solutions using Silverlight.

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Easy Async: Build Concurrent Apps From Simple F# Expressions

  

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CLR Inside Out: Extend Windows Forms Apps Using System.AddIn

  

See how Windows Forms applications can be adapted to use the new .NET Add-in framework (System.AddIn) this month.

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Cutting Edge: Inside the Microsoft AJAX Library

  

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WPF Threads: Build More Responsive Apps With The Dispatcher

  

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Excel Services: Develop A Calculation Engine For Your Apps

  

The Excel Services architecture lets users design their own algorithms and share workbooks on a server.

Vishwas Lele and Pyush Kumar

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Windows Workflow: Build Custom Activities To Extend The Reach Of Your Workflows

  

This article covers the core components required for building custom activities in Windows Workflow Foundation.

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Toolbox: Automated Build Process, Real-World E-Mail Tasks, and More

  

While the Visual Studio® Build menu's Build Solution option is the usual way developers compile their current work on a project, the process of building the complete solution for testing, deployment, or production often requires many more steps.

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