How can you determine, in your own Visual Studio extension, if a global Visual Studio setting is turned on or not? Read on to find out!
My second contribution to this year’s CSAdvent (and one of the final two posts!), hosted by my buddy Matt Groves. Visit https://crosscuttingconcerns.com/The-Second-Annual-C-Advent to see the full calendar of posts! The past year has been wonderful for the C# / .NET / Visual Studio developer community, so let’s take a quick […]
My contribution to this year’s CSAdvent, hosted by my buddy Matt Groves, is all about trying to surface your coding and naming standards right in Visual Studio. Visit https://crosscuttingconcerns.com/The-Second-Annual-C-Advent to see the full calendar of posts! Starting in Visual Studio 2017, we have the option of using an .editorconfig file […]
Welcome to the Christmas Eve edition (December 24th, 2017) of the inaugural C# Advent Calendar! Please go and check out the other 23 awesome posts in the series. I hope you enjoy this post / find something useful from it, and then go forth and have a very Merry Christmas! […]
The past weekend, I took a few moments to relish in the “fun” that is programming something that is not work-related. That creation came to be a Visual Studio extension, known as, “Open in Notepad++”. You might be wondering, what does this extension even do? Well, it adds a new […]
Every single time I install Visual Studio, the very next step I take is to install my favorite extensions. I only have three, and here they are, in order: ReSharper – I can’t live without this anymore. I’m finally to the point where I have a lot of shortcuts memorized. […]