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While working with ASP.NET web application you must be familiar with one of most important state management technique “Session”. If you want to do a quick refresh or want to know some thing more, please go ahead and read one of my article “Exploring Session in ASP.NET” published at Code Project. In this post I am going to share some
The “Browser Link” feature of Visual Studio 2013 allows you to refresh the running web application in all the opened browser. If you enable this features, Visual Studio creates a channel between the IDE and all the open browser to interact between each other. By this, sending a “Refresh” command from the Visual Studio IDE, can refresh the browsers which
In our previous post (View Help with in Same Code Window – Peek Help), we have seen one excellent productive feature of Visual Studio 2013 power tool . Here is one more! “Viewing Error in Solution Explorer”. This enables you to visualizes the error indication in the solution explorer directly in a cascading way. You can see this effects as
Have you even wonder to change the XAML UI designer background? May be; by applying some color that you like or to be more focused on work, by making a single color background. By default the background of the XAML UI designer is two color pattern fill; which depends on the theme that you have selected.
Using Visual Studio 2013, you can now drag and drop the XAML controls directly into the document outline. Earlier the control drag and drop was restricted only to the XAML Editor. One of the basic problem due to that restriction was to find and place control in a proper location, mostly when there a big chunk of code.
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 XAML code editor.
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 files. When you select Go
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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 XAML Editor.