Posts filed under: Visual Studio

What’s new in Visual Studio Code

Visual Studio Code is a lightweight, open source code editor that’s blazing a new trail in the world of editors. VS Code runs on Mac, Linux, and Windows, and it is improving performance and shipping updates daily. Find out what...
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Introducing Visual Studio for Mac

Visual Studio for Mac is a new member of the Visual Studio family for mobile-first, cloud-first development. This video preview shows how to get started with Visual Studio for Mac and explores its rich capabilities for developing mobile apps with...
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What’s new for Desktop Developers in Visual Studio 2017

Visual Studio 2017 comes loaded with many features to help you be even more productive when building great desktop apps. With faster performance, improvements to debugging and code authoring, and so much more, developing your Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), WinForms,...
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.NET Productivity Improvements

In this brief overview, we present some of the new productivity features to come for Microsoft .NET in Visual Studio 2017, including improvements in debugging, unit testing, live code analysis, and IntelliSense....
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What’s new in .Net Core 1.1 ?

Microsoft .NET Core 1.1 includes support for additional Linux distributions, has many updates, and is the first Current release. Watch a quick command-line interface (CLI) demo on Linux of how to change your development track from 1.0 to 1.1. Then...
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Ressources manipulation with ResGen.exe & AL.exe

Al.exe: – Assembly Linker (Al.exe) generates a file that has an assembly manifest from modules or resource files. – A module does not have an assembly manifest. – It embeds the resources into a satellite assembly. – It takes the...
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NDC London 11-15 Jan 2016

The lines are getting increasingly blurred between the web and native apps. Operating systems are able to execute JavaScript from a remote web server, web apps are able to reach into your documents and fiddle around with them, you can...
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Finding the Correct Version of Aspnet_regiis.exe

Aspnet_regiis.exe is installed in the Microsoft.NET Framework directory. If the computer is running multiple .NET Framework versions side-by-side, multiple versions of the tool might be installed. The following table lists the locations where the tool is installed for different versions...
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Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Attacks in ASP.NET Web API

Overview Cross-Site Request Forgery is an attack where a user is forced to execute an action in a web site without knowing the action ever took place. If a web site is vulnerable, an attacker can capture a well-known action...
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Microsoft Platform and Tools for Mobile App Development

Cesar de la Torre and Simon Calvert Understanding and creating a mobile app development strategy is an important process for today’s development decision-makers opening up new business opportunities or empowering employees to be more productive with new capabilities. Microsoft defines...
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.NET Technology Guide for Business Applications

Cesar de la Torre and David Carmona This guide will help you select the right Microsoft development technologies and approaches for your custom .NET application development, depending on the priorities you have for your application and business domain. It is...
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Paging Through a Query Result

Paging through a query result is the process of returning the results of a query in smaller subsets of data, or pages. This is a common practice for displaying results to a user in small, easy-to-manage chunks. The DataAdapter provides a facility...
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Retrieving Data Using a DataReader

Retrieving data using a DataReader involves creating an instance of the Command object and then creating a DataReader by calling Command.ExecuteReader to retrieve rows from a data source. The following example illustrates using a DataReader where readerrepresents a valid DataReader and command represents a valid Command object. reader = command.ExecuteReader(); You use the Read method...
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Entity Framework Development Workflows

  Find out about the different ways you can use Entity Framework to access a relational database from your .NET application. Presented By: Rowan Miller...
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Visual Studio 2012 – Shortcuts

Analyze Navigate Backward Shift+Alt+3 Navigate Forward Shift+Alt+4 Startwith Current Project Shift+Alt+F5 Architecture New Diagram Ctrl+\, Ctrl+N Architecture Context Menus Add Node Ins Both Dependencies B Incoming Dependencies I Outgoing Dependencies O New Comment Ctrl+Shift+K Ctrl+E, C Remove Del Rename F2...
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Test SMTP Server for ASP.net Dev machines

Hi Guys, If you need to test the email sending process from your asp.net application in local dev boxes (i.e. where you can’t connect to an smtp server), don’t worry, there is a fix for this. First we need to...
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Visual Studio 2015 Shortcuts

Analyze Navigate Backward Shift+Alt+3 Navigate Forward Shift+Alt+4 Architecture New Code Map Ctrl+\, Ctrl+O New UMLor Layer Diagram Ctrl+\, Ctrl+N Architecture Context Menus Add Node Ins Both Dependencies B Incoming Dependencies I Outgoing Dependencies O New Comment Ctrl+Shift+K Ctrl+E, C Remove...
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