Odds are that, when you stop on some breakpoint, you want to check the value in some variables. Here's how to get Visual Studio to display those values for you.
Despite a lot of support, many developers immediately took issue with the icon change, with comments such as: "I hate to say it but this is ridiculous. This smells of tinkering with the UI just for the sake of it."
Java developers using the Visual Studio Code editor can now enjoy the same AI-assisted IntelliCode functionality previously available only to Python coders.
Promising that developers can "save weeks of development effort," Microsoft today answered their request for database project support in Visual Studio to target Azure SQL Data Warehouse projects.
Here's how to add headers or modify the content of requests and responses in the ASP.NET pipeline's modules and handlers.
Microsoft just announced .NET Standard 2.1, its first update in more than a year as it plays catch-up with the .NET Core implementation, which is about to hit v2.2.
If someone tells you that LINQ doesn't support subqueries ... well, they're not wrong. But they're also not entirely correct, either. With LINQ you can meet many of the goals of SQL subqueries including the ability to build complex queries out of simpler ones.
Windows Community Toolkit 5.0 includes new functionality for using UWP controls in Windows Forms and WPF desktop applications, introduces a new TabView control, boosts social media platform support and more.
A Visual Studio Code extension developed by a student is receiving a lot of buzz for its intention to serve as a "one-stop shop for data scientists."
Microsoft has provided a peek at upcoming features for Azure DevOps, the evolution of Visual Studio Team Services, which is being brought to the cloud in the wake of the company's acquisition of GitHub.
ASP.NET Web API and ASP.NET MVC have similar (but not identical) mechanisms that allow you to customize how your requests and responses are processed. Not surprisingly, ASP.NET Web API's implementation is both easier and more flexible than ASP.NET MVC.
Microsoft said that going forward, ASP.NET Core will only run on the NET Core 3.0 platform, not the traditional 16-year-old .NET Framework.
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