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Adding Entityframework Data Access To A Project

Most new projects require some sort of data access method. I used the following steps with an MVC application in Visual Studio 2013, they should be enough to get you started. 804 more words

C#

Don't use VS2013 Roslyn Preview

Imagine the following class diagram and what the compiler would do with the code below.

public class ObjectHelper {
    public static void Do(BaseObject inp, bool doit=true) {
        Trace.TraceInformation("do something base object");
    }
    public static void Do(IOther inp, bool doit=true, bool may=true){
        Trace.TraceInformation("do something other");
    }
    public static void ThisIsDifferent() {
        var o = new MyObject();
        ObjectHelper.Do(o, doit: false);
    }
}
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Development

Week roundup

Last week recap and links:

Visual Studio Debugger Visualizers for Kinect v2

During my first development tests with Kinect, I often wanted to view the frames received from the device in an image format. Microsoft Kinect V2 SDK provides Kinect Studio, which allows me to display, record, playback and debug through breakpoint the data received from the device, simplifying the development process. 255 more words

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Visual Studio 2013 - Clean Solution

I recently upgraded a project from Visual Studio 2010 / .NET4.0 to Visual Studio 2013 (update 4) / .NET 4.5.
Code that was working for weeks, didn’t work anymore (exceptions in Caliburn.Micro). 447 more words

Dev

Visual Studio Lost Toolbox

Every once in a while I lose my toolbox. I am the king of copy and past, saving scriplets and reusing the template of a code piece so I do not have to remember or need to retype stuff I use over and over again. 137 more words

Work

How to use Visual Studio debugging JavaScript code

Recently using angularjs quite offen, I know there are a lot tutorial tell you how to use browse to debugging the javascript. But I am .net developer, I really like to use VS studio to do the debugging isn’t that will be more easy. 72 more words

JavaScript