Visual Studio Tips and Tricks I .NET is one of the most versatile and extensible programming tools released by Microsoft. Unlock the secrets of Visual Studio—learning tips and shortcuts for optimizing the editor, search, navigation, windows layouts, and other capabilities. The number of features and shortcuts available in VS.NET is truly immense, and it grows tremendously with each release.
This book deals with concepts of Visual Studio, .NET, .NET 4.0, Tips and Tricks, C#, Debugging, XAML, CodeLens, Productivity tool, Editor, Xamarin, Windows, Profiler, Tasks, Phone, Mobile, Visual Studio 2010, Visual Studio 2013, Visual Studio 2015.
"Visual Studio Tips and Tricks" is written analyzing nearly every feature in the core environment—unearthing the tips and tweaks that streamline work and maximize efficiency and is packed with helpful examples and progresses through a range of topics that gradually increase in their complexity.
Developers who are unaware of these timesaving features surely miss out on opportunities to increase their programming productivity and effectiveness. “Visual Studio Tips and Tricks” explains how to use VS.NET efficiently. Get practical insights into how IDE features work, and how to quickly adapt them for any programming language.
Organized into short and easy-to-grasp sections, and containing tips and tricks on everything from editing and compiling to debugging and navigating within the VS.NET IDE, this book is a must-read for all .NET developers, regardless of expertise and whether they program in C#, VB.NET, or any other .NET language.
Specifically, it will provide you with solid guidance and education that will allow you to squeeze the ultimate productivity and use out of the Visual Studio development environment. This book folds in real-world development experience with detailed information about the IDE to make you more productive and ease transition from other development environments. This book demonstrates the new features of the IDE, including code snippets, refactoring, and patterns.
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