Category Archives: Visual Studio

How to Debug XAML Data Bindings in Silverlight 5 Beta ?

Recently launched Silverlight 5 beta having nice features of XAML binding debugging. To Start with this, as a  prerequisites makes sure  you have  latest version Silverlight Toolkit SDK with  Visual Studio 2010 SP1 installed. Once you are done with the setup, first create a simple Silverlight 5 Application with which has some XAL Data Binding. Now you can… Read More »

How to setup automatic Word Wrap in the Visual Studio Editor ?

In Visual Studio Code editor you can set the  Word wrap option which will automatically adjust long line of code in multiple lines based on the editor view area. This simple settings can be done from Visual Studio Tools > Options area. When this option is selected, based on the current editor width, if the portion of a… Read More »

How to Wrapping Code Block and Statements in Visual Studio ?

In this tips I am going to describe how you can automatically wrap up code blocks or code statement in Visual Studio. We can use Document formatting to format the whole contents, but that doesn’t wrap single line code block like Properties or not even single line multiple declaration statement.  Let’s consider an example, you are creating a… Read More »

Use Conditional Breakpoints with Method Calling in Visual Studio

Visual Studio Breakpoints allow you to put conditional breakpoint. If and only if that condition is satisfied, the debugger will pause the execution. Along with the normal condition with in conditional breakpoint in visual studio, we can call a methods from the condition field and based on the return value debugger will stop at the breakpoint. Let’s say… Read More »

How to Place your reusable code into Toolbox in Visual Studio?

This is very important and small tips for all VS users. Sometimes we need a small piece of code in many places of our application or in some different application. What we do? We just copy the code from one page and paste it to the destination page.  Visual Studio having a great feature, that you can place… Read More »