As a .NET developers we spend a lot of time with our favorite IDE “Visual Studio”. It is very powerful and has lot of features that enhance our productivity. However, not everyone uses all these Visual Studio features together or not using some of them when though they might help or may not be aware of. […]
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 […]
Sort and Remove the unused namespaces is a standard coding practices. In the Visual Studio IDE, you can achieve it very easily with the help of “Organize Usings” options, or just enable a shortcut key like explained in the Remove and Sort – Namespaces using Shortcut in Visual Studio tip. In sort, we have three different options […]
In one of our previous tip (Changing Code Information Indicator Styles in Visual Studio 2013), we have seen how we can customize the different CodeLens options. Now, with the latest version of VS 2013, this things are become more simpler. You can now get access to the CodeLens Options, by just right clicking on the […]
Run to cursor is a great and an hidden features of Visual Studio. This can really boost up your productivity of work while debugging any application in Visual Studio. You can really avoid the step by step debugging and directly stop the debugger where you are targeting it to stop. “Run to Cursor” is just […]
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, […]
#1 : Get list of all active session variables in ASP.NET This post talks about how you can get list of all active Session Variables in ASP.NET Application. The easiest way to get the details of session variable is using “Tracing” . If you enable the “Tracing” for your application, you can get list of […]
This is quite interesting and a handy tip. You can use it very often during your development when you want to select a complete code block very quickly. Keep you cursor either at the starting or at the ending braces Just press Ctrl + Shift + ] . You will find the complete code block […]
You can turn off the IR Emitter using KinectSensor.ForceInfraredEmitterOff property. By default, this property is set to false. To turn the IR light off, set the property to true. ForceInfraredEmitterOff will only work with Kinect for Windows Sensor. Not Kinect for Xbox Sensor.
If you are dealing with Kinect based application, It is always good practice to first check if there is any Kinect sensor connected with the PC before doing any operation with KinectSensor objects. The KinectSensors holds the reference of all connected sensors and as this is a collection, it has a Count property. You can […]
You can stop the debugger at breakpoint after a specific number of breakpoint hit. Hit Count is used to keep track on how many times the debugger has paused at some particular breakpoint. This is extremely useful when you want to stop the debugger after a certain number within a iterative process; and of course […]
Searching items within Options dialog control is no more difficult and confusing. You can now search different options with in Visual Studio Options dialog window. In Visual Studio 2013, you will find a search text control which will allow you to search different options easily.