Tag Archives: visual Studio 2010

Console.WriteLine or ‘cw’ – Which one do you prefer ?

By | September 16, 2013

Few days back we have discussed about some of the hidden and very useful code snippet of visual studio, ‘propfull – for property and backing field’ and ‘forr’ code snippet for reverse ‘for’ loop.  Many of you have found them very useful and thanks for sharing the feedback. Today you will learn another interesting code snippet, called‘cw’.

There is a ‘forr’ code snippet for reverse ‘for’ loop

By | August 28, 2013

Couple of days back we have discussed about one of the hidden and very useful code snippet, ‘propfull – for property and backing field’. Today you will learn another interesting code snippet ‘forr’. Yes, you read it correctly ! ‘forr’ . You must be familiar with ‘for’ code snippet  that generates basic for-loop structure.  Where as, ‘forr’ generates the… Read More »

Looking at .NET Source code from Visual Studio

By | October 9, 2011

Its been a number of days when I last posted in DailyDotnetTips, but I always find fun in posting something here. Today I will talk about how you can get integration of Source code server with your .NET programs so that you can easily see the Source code of the .NET library while you debug. By source code… Read More »

Inspecting Tier Interaction Profiling (TIP) results in Visual Studio 2010 Profiler

By | October 7, 2011

Tier Interaction Profiling (TIP) is the  Multi-Tier Performance Analysis feature in Visual Studio 2010. In one of my previous tip I have discussed about How to enable Tier Interaction Profiling ( TIP ) in Visual Studio 2010 Profiler ?  . In this tip I am going to discuss  how we can inspect the TIP Results.

Comparing Profiler Performance Reports in Visual Studio 2010

By | October 6, 2011

You can compare the results of two different profiler performance report files (.vsp ). Reports folder in performance explorer contains all the list of reports that generated so far from the current performance session. You can select two different reports to compare them. The difference between two reports presents a table view . The table shows the  change… Read More »