Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, PS integration is a built in feature of TFS and doesn’t require anything but TFS. You won’t need Ultimate to get this feature, it’s included as “additional software” for TFS, just like Team Explorer and SharePoint Extensions are today. It only requires a valid TFS CAL. It does not have a Visual Studio Ultimate dependency.
Note: Users of Project Server will need a TFS CAL if they view/change data in TFS. Users of TFS will need a Project Server CAL if they view/change data in PS.
Yes, it will. I think that was a limitation of the Beta. The RC will work on 2012. However, at this time TFS 2010 will not.
HTML 5 and Silverlight
Silverlight is not going away anytime soon. We have two complementary technologies. Currently Silverlight is at version 5.0 and will be supported going forward for the minimal of Microsoft products per Microsoft’s support lifecycle policy for Silverlight, Microsoft will provide assisted and unassisted no charge support for customers using versions of Silverlight 5 and be supported through 10/12/2021.
Here is an in depth external blog post on HTML 5 & Silverlight 5 for further reading. This might help to get to know them better to provide the right solution at the right time.
Developing apps using XML and C# seems to be the trend. Write it once and run it across all our platforms, PC, Browser, Mobile, Cloud all the while utilizing a developers proven skills. HTML 5 is the next update to the HTML standard that powers the web. There are many new exciting features being added like the canvas element, local offline storage, drag and drop and video playback support.
Additional information on HTML 5 used to create a more beautiful web.
Since the release of TFS 2010, there have been a number of important Service Packs, Cumulative Updates and hotfixes that have been made available.
Look for Service Packs and Hotfixes
There are really just two goals of branching: 1) isolation and 2) concurrency.
1. Isolation – You want a development branch to allow you to make changes to an application without breaking someone else’s development efforts and vice versa.
2. Concurrency – You want to be able to work on multiple features or bugs simultaneously. A development branch allows me to work on a new feature while still maintaining production with bug fixes to release branches.
Virtual User License Packs for Visual Studio 2010 won’t work with Visual Studio 11 Beta. You will need to use a new key with the Virtual User License Pack for Visual Studio 11 Beta.
You can use this Virtual User License Pack: G9WK7-3369B-H6RJD-RQHJ2-T8488
For more Visual Studio 11 Beta-Virtual User License Key for Load Testing
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