Visual Studio for Mac gets left out of the loop sometimes when we talk about extensibility, unfortunately. I decided to learn how, and this is my story!
You've got your own Visual Studio extension, open source on GitHub, but you need to figure out HOW to publish it to the Visual Studio marketplace - this new GitHub Action can help!
You've got your own Visual Studio extension with custom CodeLens entries (because you used part I of this series), but now you find yourself needing to call code in the main extension host FROM the CodeLens Provider. How? Read on!
Many have tried generating Code Coverage metrics for .NET Framework applications, yet only few have succeeded. Even fewer choose to tell their story This is my success story.
If you have your own Visual Studio extension, and you want to add your own custom CodeLens entries - I'm here to help, because I just (finally!) figured out how to do this (plus a few extras!)
I recently needed to figure out a way to send files to a third-party 'document manager' system using `HttpClient` in .NET 6.0. This 'document manager' system already had an API for uploading files, which we had previously gotten working in our teams Postman collection.
After spending way too much time figuring it all out, I now have a Github Action that can build my .NET Framework web application - and deploy it to Azure!
While adding a search-as-you-type input to our Xamarin.Forms application, I wanted to 'debounce' it to save network requests. Read on to find out how I did it
I've launched a new podcast with Matt Groves (of the Cross-Cutting-Concerns fame) to disseminate the news about .NET, C#, Visual Studio and everything in between from Redmond (Microsoft) and around the world!