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 refactor . You… Read More »
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 this quick post… Read More »
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.
Using Visual Studio 2015 you can now also update the installed extension automatically. If the Auto-Update option is enabled, the extension would be updated automatically as and when the updates are available without any user interaction. And we really don’t need look into the update notification to manually update these extensions and restart the Visual Studio for the… Read More »
Visual Studio 2015 introduced many tools for debugging and diagnostic. We have also seen an another excellent feature for inspecting and debugging XAML UI. This feature enable a great capability for developers to Visualize and modify the XAML UI within a running application and review the dynamic the changes. The tooling is support for XAML UI debugging is… Read More »
Choosing right version for your Apps is an important aspect for the app development and release for your end users. There are different released version of operating system, you can choose which one to target or support. By setting up these version, you can ensure which Universal Platform your app would run or even what is the minimum… Read More »
During the development using Visual Studio, many time we faced that, there are so many open files in the editor. Sometime it is becoming very difficult to manage them, or to find a specific document or even navigate among them. As a next step we close all the documents and then try to open those specific document. Rather… Read More »
Getting the performance information is now in your finger tip and you can inspect this information during debugging itself using the PerfTips feature. Run you application in debug mode, and step through the lines by F10. You should be to able see the time elapsed during the execution of previous statement. This feature is enabled by default. In… Read More »