Wiki: Platforms Portal

Wiki: Platforms Portal

Una plataforma es un elemento crucial en el desarrollo de software. Una plataforma puede ser definida simplemente como "un lugar para lanzar el software. Se puede incluir un marco o sistema operativo. Lea más sobre las siguientes plataformas mencionadas en TechNet Wiki.



. NET Framework

Active Directory

SharePoint

Windows 7 / Vista

Windows Embedded

  • [[Artículos: Windows Guía de Supervivencia Compacto incorporado]]
  • [[Artículos: Windows Embedded Compact]]
  • [[Artículos: Windows Embedded: Etiquetas Común]]

Windows Mobile / Windows Phone

Windows PowerShell

Windows Server

Windows Small Business Server

Solución Windows Server


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  • Ed Price - MSFT edited Revision 75. Comment: Tweaking headers. Added tag.

  • Craig Lussier edited Revision 73. Comment: added links to SharePoint Section

  • MYousufAli edited Revision 72. Comment: Link added.

  • MYousufAli edited Revision 71. Comment: Link added to Active Directory.

  • Guowen Su edited Revision 70. Comment: Italian IT

  • Jewel Lambert edited Revision 66. Comment: corrected spelling typo

  • Ed Price - MSFT edited Revision 65. Comment: Formatting

  • Craig Lussier edited Revision 59. Comment: edited SharePoint links

  • Craig Lussier edited Revision 58. Comment: added SharePoint "Wiki Articles Tagged with" links. Added "SharePoint 2007" tag to article

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  • Ed Price MSFT edited Revision 1. Comment: Filled out more.

  • Ed Price MSFT edited Revision 2. Comment: Fixed link.

  • I think if we can consider .NET a platform, why not Active Directory?

  • Ed Price MSFT edited Revision 6. Comment: Added a "See Also" link and horizontal line.

  • @Tony Petito - Agreed.

  • KimDitto_MSFT edited Revision 7. Comment: I added Windows PowerShell as some folks use it as a platform technology (and build upon it)

  • Kevin Asgari [MSFT] edited Revision 9. Comment: Adding articles for the Windows Embedded platforms

  • Ed Price MSFT edited Revision 10. Comment: Just keeping it alphabetical.

  • Jim Groves (MSFT) edited Revision 11. Comment: Active Directory <> AD DS. Active Directory includes AD DS as well as AD CS, AD FS, AD LDS, and AD RMS.

  • The Linux Doctor@MSFT edited Revision 13. Comment: Adding a placeholder for future primers for Linux

  • Ed Price MSFT edited Revision 14. Comment: We don't need to say "Coming Soon." Good opportunity for a red link instead until the page is made.

  • Ed Price MSFT edited Revision 16. Comment: Removing the Linux Platform and article. =^(

  • Clint Huffman edited Revision 17. Comment: Added a link to the Microsoft PFE Windows Performance Guide (PerfGuid)

  • Kevin Asgari [MSFT] edited Revision 21. Comment: Added link to WEB Compact Survival Guide

  • Nick Pierson [MSFT] edited Revision 23. Comment: added link to the AD FS 2.0 Content Map wiki page

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