Showing posts with label Visual Studio 2013. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Visual Studio 2013. Show all posts

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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Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Visual Studio 2013, ALM, and DevOps


Since launching Visual Studio 2012, we've been thrilled with the customer adoption and partner momentum we've seen. Visual Studio 2012 has been downloaded more than 4 million times, the fastest adoption of any Visual Studio release in the past. We've also delivered new value into Visual Studio 2012 through two VS Updates, VS2012.1 and VS2012.2, updates which are now being used on more than 60% of Visual Studio 2012 deployments. The functionality available in Visual Studio is further augmented by a robust ecosystem of extensions and integrated solutions, including almost 500 VSIP products in market, and more than 3900 products and extensions for Visual Studio in the Visual Studio Gallery. Not only have we seen great adoption on the client, in the cloud we've continued to see terrific uptake of Team Foundation Service, which we released for general availability at Build 2012 and which we've been updating approximately every three weeks with new capabilities, including with Git support as announced in January at the ALM Summit.


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