Jialiang Ge, support engineer 2 with Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) Community Support and the creator of the All-In-One Code Framework announced the availability of the update on March 9, 2011.
“You can download individual code samples or browse code samples grouped by technology in the updated code sample index,” Ge stated.
I have written about the All-In-One Code Framework project before, last time in mid-January 2011, when the software giant launched the project on CodePlex.
At that time, the promise from the Redmond company was that the All-In-One Code Framework would continue to evolve, making additional content available to developers.
This is precisely what happened with the March 2011 update to the framework.
Ge has published a great blog post revealing some of the new additions to the All-In-One Code Framework, code samples as you might have guessed.
There are a variety of new code samples offered to developers, designed to cover multiple technologies, including Silverlight, ASP.NET, Windows Workflow Foundation, Windows General, and Internet Explorer.
Of course, as it was the case with the release of the All-In-One Code Framework, all the resources can be downloaded free of charge from CodePlex. They are also offered under Microsoft Public License (Ms-PL), which is an open source license.
With the All-In-One Code Framework, Microsoft has set out to simplify the work of developers by providing them with a centralized code sample library available free of charge.
The Redmond company has a number of resources it’s offering to developers without requiring them to pay a single cent, and those that browser MDSN have undoubtedly come across quite a few, but now they also need to add the All-In-One Code Framework to the list and follow its evolution.
The Microsoft All-In-One Code Framework is available for download here.