I installed Visual Studio 2019 RC recently and accidantely forgot to select English as default language. Of course, I realized that mistake after installation and I had to spend way too much time on finding the solution for this problem (yeah, that’s weird, I know). So, I decided to write a short tutorial how to do it. I’m 100% sure, the future me will thank myself for this :D.
If you were online at least once in the previews week you probably noticed the biggest announcement from Microsoft! Yeah, everybody is talking about C# 8 planned features. And because the news is literally everywhere, I gave up and decided not to repeat what everybody already read. But that decision is no longer valid because back THEN (which means – yesterday or so) my pet project wasn’t so nasty and I wasn’t so stuck in the middle of some stupid, trivial task that seems to be unable to accomplish… So yeah, I changed my mind, I will wrote about C# 8, just to avoid touching (for at least a day 😉 ), the disaster I programmed :D. No, it’s not procrastination, not at all! ?
Reading application’s logs is not a big fun but let’s be honest – it is part of our job and we will not avoid it. So why don’t we make it slightly more pleasant?
Stack traces explorers to the rescue! Continue Reading
This is the third article in the series of the last Microsoft releases and this time I will focus on Visual Studio update – labeled ‘15.3’. I am usually easily pleased with most of the Microsoft IDE features so forgive me all of my ‘ohhh’ but I really love all this changes ?.
At Monday, we had a highly anticipated release – .Net Core 2.0 ! If it is not enough, we also got a new version of Visual Studio 2017 – update 15.3 (and I will write about it in the nearest feature). So now, I will try to show you the most interesting features of the youngest .Net kid. Continue Reading
I can’t be the only person who hates waiting for the code to compile and run… Especially when I want to test only a small part of it! That’s a total waste of time! But good news everyone, I found a way to run a part of my C# code without building the whole project!
Ctrl + E, E – the magical shortcut!
Ok, so if we want to run just the fragment of our code – this is what we do:
1. Select the fragment of code we want to run. Continue Reading
Last week I didn’t do much coding. In fact, all I did was playing a little with ReSharper and adding some ‘flesh’ to my app’s skeleton. ReMaster is able to connect to a database now and log errors when they occur. It also has some interfaces that may be useful later (when I start coding the model).
Not a big thing but I wanted to rethink the project structure a few times (basically because I rarely have an opportunity to code a web app from a scratch so it was loads of fun!). And yes, I know there is at least one open source project that provides a starting point for ASP.Net Core MVC. But because it’s my pet project I can do with it whatever I want and if I decide to starve it to death, I will starve it to death, got it?! 😉
But coming back to my app’s topic, you may think about…
How to get all the Polish companies’ data?
All Polish companies are present in a system called CEIDG (in English: Central Registration and Information on Business). It provides a simple API – so far so good. Continue Reading
ReSharper is a great Visual Studio extension but without the knowledge about its keyboard shortcuts and other tricks, it’s completely useless. That’s why (and because of the fact, every ‘Get Noticed!’ participant has a free version of this software – more info here), I decided to write about the most popular features. Of course, it’s not a full list, but you may find some of the below helpful.