Showing posts with label VS2013. Show all posts
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Monday, February 24, 2014

Building Modern Web Apps with ASP.NET - A new day of free ASP.NET Training for 2014

We headed over to the Microsoft Virtual Academy Studios again just this last week for another full day of discussion, training, as well as a glimpse into the possible future of .NET. Between these two days of videos you'll get a real sense of what's possible and real advice on how to build your next web application.


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Thursday, February 13, 2014

Moving the XAML Code Block – Visual Studio 2013

Visual Studio 2013 introduces a nice feature that moves the selected code block up and down. This feature was often required for code movement or refactoring code, as for example, selecting a block and moving it into a method quickly. Here is the good news for XAML developers; Moving the code block up/down also supports in […]


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Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Go To Resource Definition – XAML Code Editor – Visual Studio 2013

In the previous post I have discussed about the new Go To Definition feature with Visual Studio 2013 XAML Editor. You have seen how the Go To Definition works with objects, properties, XAML controls as well as custom controls. Another very interesting and useful fact is, the Go To Definition feature is also works with Resource […]


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Saturday, February 8, 2014

Go To Definition in XAML Code Editor – Visual Studio 2013

XAML Editor in Visual Studio 2013 now support the Go To Definition (F12) feature. Behavior of this feature is similar to what we have used with C# or other code editors within Visual Studio. You can now select "Go To Definition" for any of the objects, XAML controls, Control Properties or even custom controls from the […]


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Thursday, February 6, 2014

“Auto History” Extension - Keep track of your code changes in VisualStudio 2013

Have you ever lost in your way while coding in multiple files inside Visual Studio and want to recover some piece of code that you changed but not yet pushed to your TFS code repository? Have you ever wonder if there was a mechanism by which you can actually track the changes in your code file? Then here is the solution for you. There is a nice VSIX extension named "Auto History" that could help you in this case. Let's discuss more about this. "Auto History" extension for...


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Monday, January 13, 2014

Introducing Visual Studio Online

Whether you're part of a team or you're a team of one, with Visual Studio Online you can easily plan, create, construct, build, test, and monitor seriously demanding applications, from anywhere. You don't need a large infrastructure team, and you don't need to touch a single server. As someone who has performed hundreds of Team Foundation Server (TFS) installations and upgrades as a consultant, I love how the drudgery of that kind of routine maintenance is now a thing of the past. Visual Studio Online is updated with the newest features automatically and continuously, so you can focus on what you need to do most: construct your applications!


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Sunday, January 5, 2014

Run Web Application in Multiple Browser Simultaneously from Visual Studio

As a web developer, for performing cross browser testing, we need to run our web site in multiple browser from Visual Studio. Generally, in a common way, we select particular browser from browser selection menu and run the application. However, you can set multiple browser as your default browser. When you run the application with out debugging ( Ctrl+ F5) , Visual Studio will run the application in all the browser, in case of debugging (F5), Visual Studio will prompt you to select particular browser from the selected default browser list. You can link this feature very much with Refreshing browsers directly from Visual Studio 2013, where you can refresh the browser directly from Visual Studio.


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Monday, December 30, 2013

Peek Definition in Visual Studio 2013 is now all about Ctrl + Click

"Peek Definition" improves the overall developer productivity by displaying the code definition with in the same code window as an extended editor. You can view the definition of any particular type by just selecting "Peek definition" from the context menu or just selecting short cut key "Alt+F12". With the Visual Studio Power Productivity Tool, you can invoke the peek definition by just using Ctrl + Click


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Monday, December 23, 2013

Do you know, #VisualStudio 2013 can sync all settings across Devices?

Visual Studio 2013 Preview is already available for download and probably the RTM version will come up soon later this year (no expected date yet). Microsoft came up with a set of new features in this release of Visual Studio IDE. Among them, the first feature that you will notice in VS2013 is the synchronization of appearance, settings, keyboard shortcuts etc. across all devices that you use. Let's have a first glance to it. If you already started using Visual Studio 2013 Preview, you might already know about this feature but those who didn't yet get the chance to explore it, here is the post for you. Using this feature, you will be able to synchronize all your settings of Visual Studio (Themes, Fonts, Colors, Keyboard Shortcuts, Text Editor etc.) in cloud. Once you done with the installation, you will be prompted to sign-in with your Windows Live ID. You can chose whether to sign-in and synchronize the settings. If you don't do it in this step, you can sign-in...


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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

ASP.NET Identity System in Visual Studio 2013 - New Feature

In this post you will learn about a very new enhancement in ASP.NET Framework technologies (MVC, Web Forms, Web Pages, Web API and SignalR) known as 'ASP.NET Identity System' with the release of Visual Studio 2013. This enhancement well defines the meaning of 'One ASP.NET', because this can be used with all ASP.NET Framework technologies more easily than before. ASP.NET Identity System is a


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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Some Visual Studio 2013 IDE Enhancements

Visual Studio 2013 builds on the powerful tools and services delivered in Visual Studio 2012 and helps you create a new modern applications. As of this writing Visual Studio 2013 is in RC although this article is based on the Preview Release. You can download Visual Studio 2013 Preview to test the IDE enhancements and new features.


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Friday, October 18, 2013

Essential reading for Visual Studio 2013, MVC 5 and Web API 2

It's here! Visual Studio 2013 has just hit with an announcement here and downloads here plus a launch in four weeks. No, I don't quite understand what a launch next month means when you can grab it now either but the important thing is that the new software has landed. In times gone by I've written my own overviews of what's new in the VS IDE plus the frameworks and projects templates that launch with it but there's so much good reading out there now that I'm going to take a little short cut and just link you through to the good stuff with a few brief intros. It's by no means exhaustive, but it's what I reckon deserves a good look at. Enjoy!


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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

HTML Editing Features in Visual Studio 2013 RC

VS 2012 had to follow file references back to CSS files to construct Class IntelliSense completion lists, so it failed to work in cases where files were included dynamically, or where ASP.NET Bundling and Minification was utilized, or even when the Web Development (Code Only) Profile was in use. VS 2013 RC inspects all available CSS files and makes class names available as values for the class attribute of any HTML tag. In cases where ID selectors are declared in CSS (such as #mainform {…}), unused ID selectors are available in value IntelliSense for id attributes.


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Tuesday, September 24, 2013

#VisualStudio 2013 Improvements - better commenting in XAML

Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 RC (Release Candidate) is already there and I hope, many of you already downloaded it and started exploring the new features and enhancements part of the release candidate. Visual Studio 2013 provides us a better way to handle XAML pages. In this blog post, we will learn the new feature introduced to better commenting XAML codes inside Visual Studio 2013 IDE. You will definitely like it. In Visual Studio 2012 or earlier versions while working in the XAML pages, it was not so easy to comment a block of XAML code having one or more commented block. In such case, we had to either remove those commented blocks first or find out the individual section to comment it. If you already worked with XAML codes, you will understand how difficult it is. But in Visual Studio 2013, Microsoft improved the editor to keep away the frustration of the XAML designers commenting out the code block. Have a look into the below video to know how easy it is...


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