Subroute.io is a free online tool that enables developers familiar with C# to create API endpoints that can be used for a variety of different purposes. For example you could create an API that...
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- New optimizations boost performance in preview builds of Microsoft Edge February 13, 2020Starting with Microsoft Edge build 81.0.389.0 on 64-bit Windows 10, we’ve enabled new toolchain optimizations that should provide a substantial performance improvement in general browsing workloads. We’ve measured an up to 13% performance improvement in the Speedometer 2.0 benchmark when compared to Microsoft Edge 79. Speedometer measures performance by simulating user interactions in a sample […]Microsoft Edge Team
- Nature photographer uses ASUS all over the world to connect people to wildlife February 13, 2020The last place Kristi Odom expected to be was in a crowd. Shy by nature, she studied electrical and computer engineering at Georgia Tech, but a loss in her family led to unusual environments (for her): football games and concerts. And during those moments, she found what she’d do for the rest of her life. […]Athima Chansanchai