Showing posts with label Visual Studio 2012. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Visual Studio 2012. Show all posts

Sunday, September 22, 2013

.NET Framework SDKs and Targeting Packs for Visual Studio 2012

The following .NET Framework targeting packs and SDKs are available for use with Visual Studio 2012. Each download enables you to build apps for a specific Microsoft platform, such as Windows Azure. The SDKs and .NET Framework downloads may update Visual Studio and the .NET Framework on your machine.


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Wednesday, June 12, 2013

What's New in ASP.NET 4.5 and Visual Studio 2012

ASP.NET 4 introduced the ability to read an HTTP request entity as a stream using the HttpRequest.GetBufferlessInputStream method. This method provided streaming access to the request entity. However, it executed synchronously, which tied up a thread for the duration of a request. ASP.NET 4.5 supports the ability to read streams asynchronously on an HTTP request entity, and the ability to flush asynchronously. ASP.NET 4.5 also gives you the ability to double-buffer an HTTP request entity, which provides easier integration with downstream HTTP handlers such as .aspx page handlers and ASP.NET MVC controllers.


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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Visual Studio 2012 Tips Part 1 – PowerPoint Storyboarding

The PowerPoint Add-In for Visual Studio Premium and Ultimate users is a great tool to quickly create interface designs that you can provide to your customers. This in turn allows you to gain valuable feedback from them because you can make these designs interactive. What is even better is that, because it is PowerPoint, your customers can change elements on the form to illustrate exactly what they mean. To start using PowerPoint Storyboarding, head on over to your Windows 8 Search.


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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Building WPF Applications with Self-Tracking Entity Generator and Visual Studio 2012 - Sorting, Paging, and Filtering

The Self-Tracking Entity Generator for WPF/Silverlight can optionally generate ClientQuery and ClientFilter class implementations that provide the capability to dynamically build type-safe queries for sorting, paging, and filtering. These queries can then be used as part of WCF Service calls and merged as part of LINQ to Entities queries. In this article, we will discuss the methods and properties of these two classes, and we will also see how to use these two classes with examples from our demo application. But, before we dig a little deeper, let us first begin with a simple example.


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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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Friday, March 8, 2013

Async & Await in C# 5.0

As of C# 5.0 which comes with .NET 4.5 and with Visual Studio 2012, we can use the new asynchronous pattern involving use of the async and await keywords. There are many different points of views regarding if this is a better approach than what we have seen before with regards to readability and usability. We will walk through an example and see how it is 'different' from the current practices.

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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, January 5, 2013

Top 7 Eye-Catchers of Visual Studio 2012

Microsoft did the RTW of Visual Studio 2012 IDE on August 15th 2012--and it came with a handful of new features and nice enhancements. This article will take you through the top 7 things that were the eye-catchers for me as a developer when I had my first glimpse of Visual Studio 2012.


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Sunday, December 9, 2012

A Beginner Tutorial for Writing Simple COM/ATL DLL For VS2012

From Previous Article "During discussions in forums, I come across many people who want to write COM/ATL DLL, but don't know how to create properties, methods or raise events from component or strive for fundamental knowledge to create them. For them, I had written this article in VC++ 6.0. Since Visual Studio 6 is now out of support, many beginners requested me for the same article using Visual Studio 2005/2008 as there is much GUI difference between the two.

So, I am presenting the same article using Visual Studio 2005 and as it's a new article, I have to provide readers with something new, otherwise they will reject this article. .NET application is slowly eating into Visual C++ share of applications. So to follow popular demand, I will show how to use COM component in .NET application instead of UnManaged Application. As it is a beginner article, I am included a few extra screenshots in the article. Please don't flame for using the same. "

Now this article is all about the creating COM\ATL component in Visual Studio 2012(thanks Microsoft!). There is massive change in UI from its previous version and also lot of new functionality has been added. Though I am still going through its functionality. Would look forward adding a tip on its functionality. Initially I have installed VS2012 to see MS implementation of C++11 Standards, since I would love see some of new standard working in front of my eyes, however that not a topic of today.

With newer VS, Microsoft has decided to dropped support for New Window form in managed C++ and C++/CLI is used for interoperability only(What that mean? Unmanaged C++ has some future now?). Also, with advancement of DotNet, COM technology is losing its sheen day by day, however just grim picture aside, let's focus of article topic, since MS still supporting it, in new development environment you can still work and create COM component.

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Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Visual Studio 2012 Features – Quick Launch

Visual studio consists of many features which will enable the Application Lifecycle Management using the IDE. IDE features are categories and grouped into menu items and options. As developer it may e difficult to remember each menu item or options and the navigation path to the specified item. Now, Visual studio introduced a new feature which enables the user to find a menu item or option quickly.

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Friday, October 5, 2012

Visual Studio 2012 Metro Styles for WPF

Although there are still serious discussions about whether the "Metro" design concept from Microsoft is good or not, WPF developers, who follow the trend, may now write their styles keeping the concept in mind. But despite the fact that many people think about the Tile Wall of Windows 8, when they hear the word "Metro", the concept itself actually means much more than that. The main idea is to keep things simple. No more gradients, no more colorful, blinking, glassy, flashing surfaces. One of the applications demonstrating this concept best is, no doubt, the new Visual Studio 2012. This article will present some Visual Studio like WPF styles.


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Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Visual Studio 2012 Features – Extract To User Control

Visual Studio 2012 introduces another great feature for creating a user control out of the existing code. Till now we used to create different User controls and use it in main page. Now, with the introduction of Visual Studio 2012, we are developing the pages and generate the User controls from the existing page design.

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Monday, August 27, 2012

Targeted .NET Framework in Visual Studio 2012

Did you install Visual Studio 2012 in a fresh new environment and willing to target your project for .NET Framework prior to Framework 4 but could not see the option to change to the older framework version? This post will help you in details.   Continue reading more to know about the default .NET Targeted Framework of Visual Studio 2012 and the steps to install additional framework version.   If you are new to Visual Studio 2012 and installed freshly in your all new development environment, you could probably face this issue. You will not see all the .NET framework version listed in your Visual Studio "New Project" dialog. By default this new IDE comes with only two framework version: .NET Framework 4 and .NET Framework 4.5. If you want your project to target the older version too, you need to install the same to integrate in the IDE.   By default, you will see the following targeted framework in the dropdown present in the "New Project" dialog:   ...


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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

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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Monday, July 23, 2012

What’s New in C# 5.0 - Learn about CallerMemberName Attribute

C# 5.0 comes with Visual Studio 2012 and .NET Framework 4.5. Currently it is in RC (Release Candidate) mode and will get the final RTM version soon. In our last CSharp blog post "Evolution of C# (1.0 – 5.0)", we learned about the evolution of C# and also we also came to know about the main features introduced in each C# version.   Today in this post, we will learn about one new attribute that has been introduced in C# 5.0 named "CallerMemberName" for developers. Yes, it is for developers to trace the information about the caller code. Let's begin discussing about it.   What is CallerMemberName in C# 5.0? [CallerMemberName] is an attribute introduced in C# 5.0, which allows you to obtain the method or property name of the caller to the method. You can find this attribute named "CallerMemberNameAttribute" under the namespace System.Runtime.CompilerServices.   You can use the [CallerMemberName] attribute to avoid specifying the member name as a String...

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