Visual Studio 2015 helps you quickly build connected cloud application using “Add Connected Services” feature. We all are familiar with adding Project Reference, adding Services References from the Solution Explorer for any specific project. Add Connected Services is something new that you will experienced in Visual Studio 2015.
If you are playing around multiple files in Visual Studio Code, and wondering how to navigate back to the previous files, there is a simple way. Visual Studio Code allows us to check the history of navigated files in Navigation History lists. You can open this window from “Goto–> Navigation History” or by just simply pressing Ctrl +… Read More »
We commonly come across a problem where we need to write a unit test case of an existing application and found that it has tons on dependency of static methods. Here we would be directly jumping on how to refactor your code to get rid of static methods meanwhile you can go through the following blogs to… Read More »
I was asked this question during my “Language Preview Session in Microsoft Reboot Camp”, last week. Sharing the same answer over here for all of you. While we create project in Visual Studio, we generally select / view the targeted version of Framework in the “New Project” Dialog window. How do we know what is the current language… Read More »
One of the small UI Improvement of Visual Studio 2015 IDE was main ‘Title Case’ Menu Bar Style instead of the ‘All CAPS’ Style. And, the ‘Title Case Style’ set as by default for Visual Studio 2015, where as for all the prior version of Visual Studio had only ALL CAPS Menu Style Option. In case if you… Read More »
Microsoft Word, the famous word processor also comes with the capability to write and publish blogs. It is a great tool as it enables the user to use Word’s out of the box editing features including SmartArt, pictures, charts and spell checker. Here is what you need to do to get started: Open Microsoft Word and search for… Read More »
One of the easiest and quickest way to keep track of several external files is by using the “Miscellaneous Files” in Visual Studio. When we develop applications in Visual Studio most of the time we do refer several external files. This files may not be required as a part of source code or solution items, but we referred… Read More »
I have received this question from my previous post ( Identifying the SignalR Transport Medium) , where I have explained how we can check out the different transport medium in different browser versions. In the example I used Internet Explorer 11, and used the browser compatibility mode to show the same for lower version of browser such as… Read More »