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Ultimate Tutorial about Microsoft Graph APIs
What is Microsoft Graph In this article, we’ll talk about Microsoft Graph APIs and will show you a quick preview of the essential features. This technology is growing up too fast so some existing features may not be longer available at the time of reading and surely new features will be added to it after the time of writing. Microsoft Graph API – formerly known as Office 365 unified API - is the new service-oriented [...]
Podcast Episode 02: Basics of Indexing and Type of Indexes in Microsoft SQL Server
From this new episode of ByteScout podcast you will learn basics of indexing and type of indexes used in Microsoft SQL Server.
Microsoft Bot Framework chat bot experience comparing to Telegram bot
If you are thinking the chatbot for your business then you should consider Microsoft Bot Framework Here are some thoughts from our experience based on making native Telegram bot and Microsoft Bot Framework based bots:  MS Bot Framework allows connecting the same bot to different channels. For example, our bot is now connected  to 4 channels: Skype, Slack, Telegram Here is how it looks in My Bots in Microsoft Bot Framework panel: Comparing to a native bot users may experience [...]
C#: A Brief History of Microsoft’s Premier Language
C#: Where it all started C# programming All about C# programming and C# language Authors of C# Entity Framework Version History Criticism and Opinions C#: Where it all started C# is the premier language of Microsoft’s famous .NET framework. With the huge success of JAVA and its WORA (Write once run anywhere) feature, big bosses at Microsoft started to think that there was a need for the programming language that can compete with Java. As a result, [...]
Differences between VB 6 and VB.NET & Migrating VB 6 code to Microsoft VB.NET
VB 6 is an old application development framework that targets the COM infrastructure which in turn depends upon the useable components of the Windows framework. VB 6 is considered extremely simple since it doesn’t depend on outside components since all the functions and features that are required by the application are shipped in the form of runtime libraries with VB 6 application code. VB 6 code can either be compiled to interpreted P-code or the native runtime code. On the other [...]
Computers in the 80s, 90s, and now
The computer systems that you use today are a result of 50 years of evolutionary success. Computers started from a simple machine as the abacus and have evolved through as complex as IBM and apple server machines. However, the foundation of the current computer systems was laid during the 80s and 90s. This was the era in which Apple and IBM produced desktop systems and Microsoft started releasing windows based GUI operating systems. Computers in [...]
TOP-10 Real-Time Chat Applications for Development Teams
Software development is a location-independent business. Development teams can be located in one place or in multiple remote places. In both scenarios, effective interaction between the development team is crucial to smooth development resulting in a successful product. For this purpose, several chatting applications have been developed that allow team members to interact with each other. The following are some of the most widely used real-time chat applications for development teams. 1. Zoom Currently, Zoom [...]
TOP-7 Platforms as Services (Paas) to Run Online Web Apps
Platform-as-a-service (PaaS) is one of three categories of cloud computing services, alongside software as a service (SaaS) and Infrastructure as a service (IaaS). PaaS allows users to develop, deploy, and manage applications easily and efficiently without the need to worry about the infrastructure needed to make that happen. Businesses look to PaaS as a tool to lower costs of developing apps, but will also benefit from increased application runtime, scalability, virtualizations among other crucial upgrades. [...]
ActiveX and Microsoft .NET: Detailed Comparison
ActiveX is a software application development framework Introduced by Microsoft in 1996. The ActiveX framework was geared towards web application development by combining and adapted versions of earlier COM (Component Object Model) with the Object Linking and Embedding Technologies (OLE) which is widely used for downloading contents from the websites. Although theoretically, ActiveX was created with the intent to work on all the platforms it is mostly used on window platforms, and due to compiled code, [...]
Ultimate List of Windows Server Major Versions
The following are some of the milestones achieved by Microsoft in Windows server technology. Windows NT 4.0 The year 1996 is particularly significant in Microsoft’s web server technology. Windows NT 4.0 was released in 1996 which introduced several advanced features like GUI based interactive services, faster printing, and administrative capabilities. It also integrated IIS 2.0 in for the first time in Microsoft server operating systems. With the improvements in internet technology, this free server was [...]