Tuesday, December 25, 2012

XAML Coding Convention


Over the past year, I have built my own coding conventions for C#. I also always manage to convince my colleagues to follow my coding convention if they don't already have one. I'm a real freak about following coding conventions; if I see someone modifying one of my files and not following my conventions, I might have trouble sleeping at night (ok, not that much, but…). With the help of the great Visual Studio add-onReSharper, it's easy to format code with rules. You only need to press Ctrl-E/Ctrl-C to format a document. ReSharper is a must have tool for Visual Studio.


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