Selective Content Loading (SCL) is a technique that is really useful in situations where you want to load small pieces of data into an already loaded page in a structured way.
Determining that the application is operating effectively requires a monitoring strategy that meets the needs of multiple constituents and goes beyond simply tracking.
Integrate Facebook functionality into apps and use the Facebook C# API to authenticate users and post programmatically on behalf of the currently logged-in user.
The MSDN Magazine November 2011 Issue has a really good article in the HTM5 section called Responsive Web Design. The concept that your design should not try to anticipate the devices in which is goingt be viewed but rather it should “…use flexible and fluid layouts that adapt to almost any screen.” This is based on an article back in 2010 with the same title by Ethan Marcotte.
Juan Carlos Olamendy has a great article in the March issue of the MSDN Magazine. He has a well written and documented example of how to implement different technologies to achieve a great user experience. As a developer/architect the key is to first know well all the tools at your disposal and then knowing how to make use of what and when. This is where science meets art and you go from a mere developer to a craftman. You should always take pride in how well thoughtout the appliation you are writing is. This article is great at getting you there, that is, making the informed decisions you need to make to produce a great, reach user experience.