Category Archives: .NET Tips and Tricks

View Help with in Same Code Window – Peek Help in Visual Studio 2013

Peek Help feature enables the Visual Studio 2013 users to view the code help ( MSDN documentation ) with in same code window. This increases the overall productivity of the developers – getting things done without distracted by the other things. The Peek Help feature is very similar to the “View Code Definition”, where we have seen how… Read More »

How to Create an Attached Properties in WPF

Well, attached properties, just like normal properties are an object of Dependency Property, but with a very special point embedded into it. Even though the attached properties can only be added to a class which inherits from DependencyObject and also the property where it is attached to should also be a dependency property itself, an Attached property in… Read More »

Fav 3 : Three Favorite .NET Tips and Tricks from Daily .NET Tips – Series 6

Here is the sixth post of the Fav 3 series that we are continuing.  Today’s favorite tips are based on Managed Extensibility Framework or MEF. #1 Working with Catalogs in MEF TypeCatalog, AssemblyCatalog, DirectoryCatalog & AggreagateCatalog are the four types of Catalogs yet supported by MEF. This tips talks about how to use different types of catalogs while dealing with… Read More »

Preview Selected Items in Visual Studio

You must have familiar with automatic previewing items once we select it from the solution explorer. We have discussed this features over here – “Preview Tab in Visual Studio” . Do you know, you can quickly enable or disable this features just directly from solution explorer? In the solution explorer,  you can select or deselect the “Preview Selected… Read More »

Fav 3 : Three Favorite .NET Tips and Tricks from Daily .NET Tips – Series 4

Here is the fourth post of the Fav 3 series that we are continuing.  Today’s favorite tips are based on debugging your application in Visual Studio. #1 : How to get list of attached processes in Visual Studio while debugging ? While debugging in Visual Studio, we used “Attach To Process” window to attach a particular process. We… Read More »