The C# 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. It is a REPL (Read–eval–print loop) that provides us an environment for live coding and evaluate expression or code… Read More »
Incase there are several errors in your Visual Studio Solution and you have multiple projects, sometime it is quite difficult to figure out for which project actually it is causing. Most of the time as a developer either we sort by the project column to focus on a specific project or start building one my one project. In Visual… Read More »
“Make Object ID”, you can consider it as an another hidden features of Visual Studio that can give you lot of flexibility during debugging. When we set “Make Object ID” for an object, we are informing the Debugger to keep track of that object no matter it’s within scope or out of scope for the current context. You… Read More »
Watch Windows is one of most powerful and commonly used debugging tool inside Visual Studio. This tool is commonly used to explore the objects, values, properties and other aspect during debugging. To inspect any object, while debugging we generally right click on the code block and select “Add to Watch” to explore or we can also the keyboard… Read More »
We all are very much familiar with #region in Visual Studio that let us specify a block of code to categorized and allow to expand and collapse. With having a region name given, it is often easier to segregate the code module and keep on the code block which is required. While you can have defined regions for… Read More »
Xamarin.Forms library contains lots of build in controls but not all the time we end up using build in controls. Some time we need to create our own custom controls. For Eg. Radio button is a common control in android but it is not available in Xamarin Forms. If the developer wants to use this control then he… Read More »
This question triggered from the previous post Delete horizontal white spaces from your code in Visual Studio . There we highlighted all the additional spaces by selecting them through mouse manually. In case you are wondering is there any other way to indicate the whitespaces rather doing manually. The answer is Yes.