Microsoft Bot Framework is a comprehensive suite of tools and offering to build and deploy the conversational chat bots for your app users. You can build and publish your intelligent bot that interacts naturally wherever your users are talking – from Skype, Facebook Messenger, Office 365 mail and other conversational medium. Read more about Bot […]
In the previous post you have seen how we can use the CodeLens to display the Application Insights Exception Telemetry in Visual Studio . CodeLens displays the exception details when you are connected with the Application Insights services. You can turn this feature on or off from the CodeLens Options dialog window.
You can now leverage the CodeLens to display the Exception telemetry inside Visual Studio. Application Insights Exception details now can be accessible and display via CodeLens in Visual Studio. As long as you are connected with Application Insights, the CodeLens exception indicator will display the count of exception and details for each method over the […]
Visual Studio 2015 introduced many tools for debugging and diagnostic. We have seen excellent feature for inspecting and debugging XAML UI, which enables great capability for developers to Visualize and modify the XAML UI within a running application and review the dynamic changes. We have also seen the In-App XAML Inspection Toolbar , that allow […]
With the recent updates of Visual Studio 2015 (Update 3 RC), we can now install and add references for Nuget Packages as part of quick fix light bulb. Like wise, adding references from installed assemblies, Visual Studio now also suggests Nuget Packages for references for the specific types. Then you can install and refer the […]
In Visual Studio 2015, using the light bulb action, we can simplify the refactoring a method from Asynchronous to Synchronous when it does not use any ‘await’ . In case you don’t have an await call inside the method definition, the IDE refactoring light bulb will show an indication and will give you hints to […]
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. There are several use cases for this Interactive Window, and several ways to work around it. In […]
We can use HockeyApp to create bugs for crash reports and track feedback using Visual Studio Team Services. In one of our previous post we have discussed about Tracking Bug with HockeyApp for Universal Windows Apps . In this post let’s have a quick look on how to track user feedbacks and tracking them as […]
The Visual Studio 2015 updates 2 brings several improvement. Among all of them, one of the small but vary handy improvement is “Add Using command” for misspelled types using “fuzzy” matching. In case there is a typo for any predefined types, Visual Studio search the entire solution, analyze the meta data uses the fuzzy matching to suggest the correct type.
In one of our previous post we have talked about Uploading Windows Universal Apps Build to HockeyApp directly from Visual Studio. While it’s allows our app to uploaded into HockeyApp directly, in a development life cycle we perform the deployment through a continuous deployment process. In this post we will quickly walkthrough steps to integrate […]
Visual Studio allows us to search and play around with the telemetry data even if we haven’t singed up with Application Insights. Yes, you can search for Application Insights telemetry in the Visual Studio for a debug session. Earlier search was only scoped with registered application, and we had to connect with respective Application Insights […]
You can use HockeyApp to create bugs for crash reports and track feedback in several bug tracking systems directly. In this post we will see how we can create crash issues as defect in Visual Studio Team Services. The configuration steps are quite simple and can be achieved by following below steps.