TeamExpand’s TX Chrono (TFS Timesheets) is a web-based tool that allows developers to submit time spent on project work items and provides project managers the ability to review and approve timesheets.
Traditionally TFS Timesheets have been adopted by businesses using TFS on-premises but through this partnership TeamExpand users have a hosted option as well.
For more information about TFS Timesheet hosting, check out our web site.
For more information about TFS Timesheets, visit TeamExpand.com
With this new addition we are officially ready for web apps created with Visual Studio 2013.
.NET 4.5.1 includes a lot of improvements, but maybe most significantly, improved performance. In the past, if your site had a period of inactivity the application pool would be recycled, causing a potentially slow startup next time your site was requested due to the time it took to recompile and spin up the application pool. Now, when your application pool is recycled, it is paged to disk, so a new request after a period of inactivity should start up significantly more quickly. Microsoft says up to 90% more quickly.
The .NET 4.5.1 upgrade also includes MVC 5, which a lot of you have been asking for. It’s here now, and it’s ready for you!
It’s worth noting here that .NET 4.5.1/MVC 5 are only available on our newest servers. So if you want to start using them now, you may have to migrate your site to a new server. The good folks in tech support can help you with that, so feel free to open up a ticket with them and they will take care of you.
So we’re always happy to see that we rank alongside the giants when the results of annual community choice awards are posted from publishers like Dev Pro. I think it says a lot about our team here at DiscountASP.NET.
This year we won the Bronze Award in Dev Pro’s 2013 Community Choice Awards for the category of Best Hosting Service.
We usually know when voting is going to take place so we ask you to help us out by throwing a vote our way. You might notice that didn’t happen this year, and that’s because I didn’t get the memo that the Dev Pro voting was going to begin. So we ranked third (behind Amazon and GoDaddy, and ahead of 1&1 and Rackspace) without shamelessly asking for your votes.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again; thank you for your continued support!