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What is Azure Blob Rehydration ?

By | July 14, 2018

In this post, we will learn about Azure Blob rehydration. Azure Storage support three different level of storage tiers Hot storage tier, Cool storage tier, and Archive storage tier.  With the different level of storage tiers, you can choose what types of tier needs for your data.  We use hot storage tier for those data which are accessed very frequently. Cool tier intended to… Read More »

Visual Studio Tooling for migrating NuGet Packages.config to PackageReference

By | April 16, 2018

Like project or assembly references to the projects, NuGet PackageReferences manage NuGet dependency directly within project files rather than using a separate package.config file. This helps to manage all your project dependencies consistently from a single place. If your project running with Packages.config, and you want to migrate to PackagesReference, you can now take help of Visual Studio… Read More »

Open your current project in Visual Studio Code directly from Visual Studio IDE

By | January 4, 2018

Visual Studio Code, a lightweight code editor for developing and debug modern web and cloud applications. This cross-platform development tool can run on  – Windows, Linux, and OS X.  Both Visual Studio IDE and Visual Studio Code are very powerful editors and almost everyone must be familiar with using these editors.  In this post, I will show you… Read More »

Step-back while debugging with IntelliTrace in Visual Studio 2017

By | October 18, 2017

The recent updates of Visual Studio 2017 (version 15.5 Preview) comprise with several sets of new features and improvements. Once of such great enhancement is “step-back” while debugging. Now, you can perform a step-backward and forward while debugging your code with IntelliTrace Debugging. Visual Studio takes snapshots of each breakpoint while debugging and allows us to take a… Read More »

Did you know – “Developer News” section in Start Page, when collapsed, shows you a notification in case there are feed updates – Visual Studio 2017?

By | August 18, 2017

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 »