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.
While writing code, pasting snippet from other sources we may ended up some additional spaces after end of the line or middle of the line. Sometime we added few extra spaces added due mistakenly holding the space bar for long. Of course you may not want them to be there. Most of the time, I have seen developers… Read More »
Instrumentation Key is the key integration point between your application and the Application Insights. This key is essential for sending the application telemetry data back to azure. If you create the Application Insights directly using Visual Studio; Visual Studio takes care of linking between your application and the key. If you create the Application Insights in portal first… Read More »
Visual Studio is a very powerful IDE. Visual Studio also support lots of tooling capabilities to increase the developer productivity. Over the period I have shared several tips and tricks, new features and hidden feature of Visual Studio over here. When we say it as hidden, they may be exists from the very beginning of Visual Studio; however it… Read More »
The Visual Studio Command Window is very powerful and can help you to execute things faster during development. The Command window can execute commands directly in the Visual Studio by using their names. This command could be something from menu, your custom command or even hidden that are not shown in the menu. You can also use this… Read More »
Visual Studio 2015 provides lots of tooling supports for debugging and diagnostic. Previously we discussed about PerfTips – Easiest way to get Performance Information and Debugging Lambda Expression in Visual Studio 2015 . Even we also discussed about debugging live XAML. Couple of days back I received some queries on live xaml debugging where reader asked why he… Read More »