In my previous Tip I have discussed about Navigate Code Using Code Definition Window in Visual Studio . In this tip I am just going to extend the same using Call Hierarchy window. Call Hierarchy option in Visual Studio 2010 helps you to navigate through your code by displaying all calls to and from a selected method or… Read More »
Code Definition Window is very useful features in Visual Studio. Most of the developers overlook it very easily. But this is extremely helpful and fast your code navigation. This is a Read only code editor which help to view your code block.
You are writing one application in Visual Studio which accepts some command line parameter to do some operation. You pass command line arguments to the program when it’s been invoked from the command line. But how did you do it from Visual Studio ? You want to test your application and do you really want to open command… Read More »
In previous tip (How to Change Background Color of Current Week in ASP.NET Calendar ? ) we have seen how we can highlight the all dates of current week by changing the background color. This tip is kind of extension of previous tip. Here we will get to know how we can highlight the the Current week selected… Read More »
This Tips explains how we can enable code coverage in Visual Studio for specific assembly during unit test run. Enabling this setting will help to view the covered code block on every run of unit test.
SQL CE is a free, embedded, lightweight database engine that enables easy database storage. This does not required any installation and runs in memory. Visual Studio 2010 SP1 Came up with nice tooling support for SQL Server CE. We can add a SQL CE Data base using Add New Item option from Solution Explorer Context Menu. But In… Read More »
Lastly I was working on the project where I have to designed web page which is exposing some set of the functions and which is get consume by some external application like java and flex. It’s worked fine and providing the output I want. But now I want to perform the load test, so for that I want… Read More »
Every programming style contains some sort of LogicalTree which comprises the Overall Program. The LogicalTree comprises the elements as they are listed in XAML. Thus they will only include the controls that you have declared in you XAML.