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Sunday, October 20, 2013

How to do a simple RDLC report using Visual Studio


RDLC stands for Report Definition Language Client-side. RDLC can be run completely client-side in the ReportViewer control. This removes the need for a Reporting Services instance, and even removes the need for any database connection whatsoever; but it adds the requirement that the data that is needed in the report has to be provided manually. RDLC reports do not store information about how to get data. RDLC reports can be executed directly by the ReportViewer control.


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Sunday, June 30, 2013

Writing a Win8 App with VisualStudio and TFS


A lot of people ask me how they can write a Windows 8 App with Visual Studio and Team Foundation Service (our online, hosted version of Team Foundation Server). In fact, I was talking with a friend recently whom I used to code with about 10 years ago. It had been a long time since he programmed with C# (nearly 10 years?) as he now spends most of his time programming low level driver code. He challenged me with how fast a "new" developer could get started with writing a Windows 8 App. He set the challenge asking if a new developer could get started in under 1 day. Challenge accepted. Challenge accomplished. Here is my journey through documenting how a new developer can get started with Windows 8 application development using Visual Studio & Team Foundation Service.


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Sunday, May 5, 2013

Using Visual Studio’s Javascript Memory Analysis tool to find memory leaks on your Windows 8 Javascript app


Javascript is a wonderful language for developing Windows 8 apps. As a untyped, dynamic language, Javascript is really flexible but sometimes if you are not careful you may leave some memory leaks in your code.


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Wednesday, May 1, 2013

How to batch clean up the Visual Studio solution folder? (bin, obj etc.)


Sometime the Visual Studio's clean project command does not return as expected and maximum time people used to manually delete the bin, obj, Client Bin, Generated_Code directories to clean all the traces of previous build. Here I will share a small batch code which will help you to clean up those directories by just a single click. Tune it up if you want to add few more directories in the list. As a developer, you might be a victim of this issue where Visual Studio debugger stops working for your application and you have no other options than deleting the bin, obj folders. You might want to send your source code as an email attachment to someone but don't want to include the compiled binaries or ReSharper cache. Also you might want to do a clean deployment of your code in web server where you want to make yourself confident that the previous compiled binary references don't copied unknowingly. If you are doing at least one of the above...


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Sunday, March 24, 2013

Introduction to using MVVM with Visual C++ 2012


This is an introductory article on using the MVVM pattern with Visual C++ 2012 to write Windows Store applications. The article will cover how to get data binding working with ref classes, hooking up the view models with the XAML views, using commands, setting styles in XAML, creating and using a value converter, and using item templates with a ListBox control. The article assumes that you are familiar with MVVM and C++/CX, and also that you have a fundamental understanding of using XAML views.


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Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Amp Up Your Visual Studio Productivity


We had a great webinar last Thursday, covering the new features in JustCode, JustTrace, JustMock, and JustDecompile. The hour was packed with tons of information covering each tool's new features, and I included the video in this post so you can watch it yourself. If you prefer a quick overview, the slide deck is available below. Download the PowerPoint file to read the notes.


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Sunday, March 3, 2013

Code Review for Visual Studio 2012 Professional with TFS 2012


In VS 2012 Premium and Ultimate, we have a module for Code Review in which the developer will request another user to review code and in the response, the other user will give us suggestions. For more details, please visit Jeff Fattic blogs. Also in VS 2010 with TFS 2010 there was no concept of code review. But CodePlex members came up with a solution called TeamReview - TFS Code Review. But there is nothing for VS 2012 with TFS 2012. Even in the discussion thread, there is no solution for VS 2012. For more details, please visit TeamReview - TFS Code Review and you can download the setup from TeamReview Download.

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Saturday, February 23, 2013

Visual Studio 2012 Tip: Add Reference Dialog


Lately I've been speaking at local user groups about many of the exciting new features in Visual Studio 2012. Since there is so much to know and learn about VS 2012, I decided to create a collection of blog posts with many of the tips. This collection of posts will include features that are new to VS 2012 as well as some existing features as well. To view all of the VS 2012 tips posted so far, click here. Visual Studio 2012 has got a lot of great features. Some of them are really innovative and interesting. I don't think of the Add Reference Dialog improvements as anything but "why in the world did this work so poorly before?". I'm guessing the Visual Studio team had some reason but let's face it, the old Add Reference Dialog just plain sucked. One of the biggest problems with it was that it was very slow to load. I'm happy to report that the new Dialog loads really fast! Try it out, I am sure you will be please with the results.

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Visual Studio 2012 Tip: Better Event Handler Code Completion


I think (I hope) it is a well-known fact that Visual Studio will automatically complete your event handlers for you. The problem is, I've never liked the way it did this and I always went in and cleaned them up. Not any more! What am I talking about? Here's a sample. In this case, I have a class Foo that has an event SomethingHappened.

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Saturday, October 20, 2012

Creating Android Services with C#



One of the great things about Mono is that it lets you use tools like C# and the .NET Framework to build apps just about anywhere. In this video, Mike Bluestein demonstrates why you need Android Services how to use Mono for Android and C# to build them. Check the link at the bottom of the post for more Xamarin Seminars on using Mono to create Android, iOS and Mac apps.

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Saturday, October 6, 2012

Using Query Expression in Silverlight Web Resource


During my work on MS CRM 2011 I have most of my work is on Silverlight web resource and here in this post I will list how to use the query expression in your Silverlight web resource. This will be...
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Monday, August 27, 2012

Extending Visual Studio Part 2 - Creating Addins


This is the second in my series of articles on extending Visual Studio. In this article we're going to look into a way to extend Visual Studio that has been around for a while - addins.

We'll create a very funky addin called 'Switch'. This addin will allow us to switch between related files - C++ header and source, WinForms code and designer, XAML and code-behind and so on.

In this article we'll start with one of the simplest ways to extend Visual Studio - creating Code Snippets.

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Routing in ASP.NET MVC


MVC will create a control over how URLs are mapped to your controllers. It also gives you the ability to define your own URLs. These URLs will be in a readable friendly fashion as SEO (Search Engine Optimization). This will be helpful to remap old URLs to new functionality and side-by-side utilizes classic ASP.NET sites inside of MVC. The important note is that Routing is not URL rewriting, it will customize many attachments towards request/response.

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NotifyIcon with WPF applications


NotifyIcon is an utility form System.Windows.Forms which can be used by any application to invoke the default notification from the system tray. As per my latest requirement, I have to create an application that runs on system tray and occationally shows notification using the system tray default notifications. While working with it, I have wasted a considerable amount of time, and thought it would be worth mentioning the same in a blog.

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Func and Action Delegates


The .Net Framework 3.5 has introduced two sets of System-Defined Delegates named Func andAction. Action<> and Func<> are extremely useful tools for reducing duplication in code and decreasing coupling. The Func Delegate encapsulates a method that accepts between zero and four arguments and returns a value. The Action Delegate encapsulates a method that accepts between zero to four parameters and does not return a value i.e. Action delegates differ from Func in that the method must returns void.

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Windows 8 & Data Binding. Part 4–Data Conversion


In Part 3 of this little mini-series on data binding in Windows 8 we looked at Element Binding. Today, we'll take a look at Data Conversion.

At times the data in your business object (the source for your binding) and the target UIElement may not have an exact type match. For example, if your Employee class wants to keep track of the start date for each Employee, a sensible way to do so is with a DateTime object. However, when we display that data we'll want to use a Text object, and we may not want the entire default conversion of a DateTime to a string. To rectify this problem, we can create a class that performs a conversion from one type to another (in this case, from DateTime to string). This class will implement IValueConverter and will have two methods: Convert, and ConvertBack.

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Telerik Loves Windows 8 and Visual Studio 2012 RTMs!


Yesterday's release of Visual Studio 2012 and Blend for Visual Studio 2012 marks the beginning of a new era. In some ways, VS2012 and Blend are incremental releases, adding even better support for building enterprise and consumer apps and services for the desktop and the web. However, in one very important way, the release of VS2012 and Blend, together with the release of Windows 8 earlier this month, signals a whole new focus for the platform - that of touch-centric tablets - and with it, a whole new way to package and distribute apps for the Windows operating system - the Windows Store.

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Thursday, August 2, 2012

Entity Framework & WP: Part 3


In the first two parts we used Entity Framework to create a model to keep track of ideas for other app, generated a .sdf database file, generated data classes then fixed errors in the class so it will work in Windows Phone. In this part we will add some structure to our app, setup the db on first run and populate some default data into some tables. Then finally we will create a couple of views to display the info in the database.

Based on feedback, I would like to clarify that at this point we are done using Entity framework and are using LINQ to SQL to manage the database that we used EF to design in Part 1.

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WP8 Battery API


The Battery API makes a nice addition to the WP8 SDK. I can see in the near future that some applications will display the battery metrics on a Live Tile or in the application that hides the System Tray.

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Visual Studio 2012 is releasing on 15th August 2012


Yes, you read the title right. Just after the announcement of Windows 8 RTM, Microsoft announced the release date of Visual Studio 2012. The final product will be available to MSDN subscribers and general public on 15th August 2012. Visual Studio 2012 virtual launch event will be organize by S. Somasegar and Jason Zander on 12th September 2012. Don't miss the opportunity to watch it live.   Today just after the Announcement of Windows 8 RTM, Jason Zander (Corporate Vice President for the Visual Studio team) and S. Somasegar (Corporate Vice President of the Developer Division) announced that the Visual Studio 2012 (aka. Visual Studio 11) and .NET 4.5 build is now ready. The final bits will be available to MSDN Subscribers and other places on 15th August 2012. As the final build is now complete, the team is now preparing it for the final distribution. Both of them also announced the official launch event of Visual Studio 2012 on...

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