In Visual Studio, you have seen the light bulb, if there is an error, Visual Studio provides a suggestion for how to fix the issue. We all are familiar with this feature of Visual Studio. Did you know – you can use this feature to update the project language version as well. In the previous post Choosing the C#… Read More »
Visual Studio allows you to choose the C# language versions for your project. To achieve this, In Visual Studio, from the Solution Explorer, right-click on the project and select Properties -> Build Tab, and then Select Advanced button. This will bring “Advanced Build Settings” windows, where you can check the drop-down option for “Language Version”. You can refer… Read More »
During the development, often, we require generating classes from JSON objects or XML objects, typically when we need a data to object mapping. In many instances, you may run for manually writing the members of the classes based on the property names coming from your JSON or based on XML attributes. However, there is a very interesting, but… Read More »
Visual Studio 2017 has a re-designed the start page that prioritizes and rearranged items, which made it cleaner and easy to access on the things that you need to get it started. Be it a Most Recent Used (MRU) project lists, opening an existing project or even choosing the project template for your new project – start page… Read More »
Visual Studio 2017 having a reshaped start page. Be it with getting started documents, picking up your recent projects, or evening creating a new project. This has everything to get you started. Creating the new project has an altogether a new section to start up a new project. When you select the “Create new project…” option, you will… Read More »
In Visual Studio, you can use Exception Settings Window to manage the exceptions – for which exception to break, at which point to break, to add or deleting exceptions. The Exception Settings windows for Visual Studio is there for quite some time. You can open the exception settings window by navigating from Debug -> Windows -> Exception Settings.… Read More »
During debugging in Visual Studio, attaching to a process is a very common activity, and as a developer, we are all familiar with it. We can attach the Visual Studio debugger to a running process by navigating from Debug > Attach to Process (Ctrl+Alt+P) and then select the specific process from the Attach to Process dialog box.
The Interactive Window in Visual Studio is a great utility to play around the code, language features, API’s and other .NET framework features. The Interactive Window also support features like IntelliSense, syntax highlighting and navigating through executed commands. Previously we have seen several tips around the C# Interactive Window, but there is one very interesting feature you… Read More »