Today is one of those awesome days if you build stuff on .NET platform. They announced bunch of stuff during Build 2015 keynote and one of them is Visual Studio Code, a free and stripped down version of Visual Studio which works on Mac OS X, Linux and Windows. Let me give you my highlights in this short blog post :)
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One of the new features of the Roslyn based code editor is Quick Actions. Let's see how you can use Ctlr+Enter, Enter combination instead of Ctrl+., Enter :)
Visual Studio CTP 3 has launched a while back and I was expecting to have trouble working with ASP.NET vNext beta builds. I was partially right. I wasn’t able to run the web application from Visual Studio. However, it’s still possible to debug the application and I have a workaround for you :)
This post will show you how to you can replace the default server of OwinHost.exe with Nowin in Visual Studio 2013
With Visual Studio 2013 RC, we are introduced to a new extensiblity point: External Host. This gives us the F5 experience Wwth OwinHost.exe on VS 2013 and this post walks you through this feature.
We will see how to smoothly work with IIS Express Self-signed Certificate, ASP.NET Web API and HttpClient by placing the self-signed certificate in the Trusted Root CA store.
Quick Overview of Code-Named "Juneau" SQL Server Database Project which is one of the most awesome features of Visual Studio 11 beta
Do you use Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview and miss your extensions? Well, I do! Especially, ADO.NET C# DbContext Generator. We'll see how to make them compatible with Visual Studio 11 Dev. Preview
In this blog post, we will see how we set up our environment for xUnit.net Unit Testing Framework. This is the first blog post of the blog post series on Unit Testing With xUnit.net for ASP.NET MVC.
We will see How to detect errors of our ASP.NET MVC views on compile time inside Visual Studio.
Have you ever used 'MSDeploy' inside Visual Studio 2010 and wished a nice process bar while publishing a web application? There is even a better way!