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Microsoft launches Visual Studio 2010, .NET Framework 4
Shaikh Izaj Ahmed
Microsoft is starting off a string of developer-oriented events by launching two of its main developer-oriented products Monday: Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4.
The next version of Visual Studio, with which developers can create applications for Microsoft's platforms, includes the "ribbon" interface from Office and built-in tools for Windows Azure programming, Microsoft said. It also provides a platform with which developers can build apps for Windows Phone 7, the mobile operating system Microsoft plans to launch for the holidays.
Visual Studio also integrates with Silverlight 4, which Microsoft said it will release later this week.
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