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Tips and Tricks in the Visual Studio Debugger | Microsoft Docs

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/01/30

A few things in there that I didn’t know yet (like pinning data tips, tracking out-of-scope variables with object-ID and debugger attachment): [WayBackTips and Tricks in the Visual Studio Debugger | Microsoft Docs.

Via: [WayBackUsing the debugger in #VisualStudio? Learn how to pin #data tips, change the execution flow, & more w/ these tips & tricks: http://msft.social/wbmUes – Lars Fosdal – Google+

–jeroen

 

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Convert Indesign Sketch to code: Petra Sketch Plugin | Melbourne | Applying Code

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/01/22

Interesting code generator from 3D models into Xamarin, Delphi or Oxygene code:

[WayBack] Petra Sketch Plugin | Melbourne | Applying Code

Convert Sketch drawings to iOS, macOS, Android a​nd​ Windows native drawing code.

[WayBack] Documentation of Petra Sketch Plugin | Melbourne | Applying Code

Via:

–jeroen

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from a WSDL import: empty “Reference.cs” – Google Search

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/01/10

A search for empty “Reference.cs” – Google Search seems to indicate this happens with referenced types that – despite turning off that option – from the Visual Studio 2017 IDE sometimes results in an empty Reference.cs.

My solution: import in an empty project, then move the reference to the existing project and add it.

[WayBack] c# – Sometimes adding a WCF Service Reference generates an empty reference.cs – Stack Overflow

–jeroen

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To Heap or not to Heap; That’s the Large Object Question? – CodeProject

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/12/27

Interesting discussion on an alternative to the LoH: [WayBackTo Heap or not to Heap; That’s the Large Object Question? – CodeProject.

Via: [WayBack] To Heap or not to Heap; That’s the Large Object Question?Detailed analysis of large object heap allocation impacts under .NET: “…would it be better t… – Lars Fosdal – Google+

–jeroen

 

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Take C# 8.0 for a spin | .NET Blog

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/12/06

[WayBack] Take C# 8.0 for a spin | .NET Blog: A first-hand look from the .NET engineering teams

Either:

download and install Preview 1 of .NET Core 3.0 and Preview 1 of Visual Studio 2019.

or with Visual Studio Code

[WayBack] Bill Wagner on Twitter: “@cecilphillip @MadsTorgersen @VisualStudio @code Yes, install .NET Core 3 preview, add the 8.0 element and it works fine.”

Then play around with:

  • Nullable reference types
  • Ranges and indices
  • Asynchronous streams

Via: [WayBack] Mads Torgersen on Twitter: “I blogged a little walkthrough of the three major C# 8.0 features (nullable reference types, range and index expressions and async streams) shipping in Preview 1 of @VisualStudio 2019 and Preview 1 of .NET Core 3.0. Hope you like it!https://t.co/4uM7JlSRwE”

–jeroen

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