Professional Visual Studio 2013 (Wrox Programmer to Programmer)
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Comprehensive guide to Visual Studio 2013
Visual Studio is your essential tool for Windows programming. Visual Studio 2013 features important updates to the user interface and to productivity. In Professional Visual Studio 2013, author, Microsoft Certified Trainer, and Microsoft Visual C# MVP Bruce Johnson brings three decades of industry experience to guide you through the update, and he doesn't just gloss over the basics. With his unique IDE-centric approach, he steers into the nooks and crannies to help you use Visual Studio 2013 to its maximum potential.
- Choose from more theme options, check out the new icons, and make your settings portable
- Step up your workflow with hover colors, auto brace completion, peek, and CodeLens
- Code ASP.NET faster than ever with new shortcuts
- Get acquainted with the new SharePoint 2013 environment
- Find your way around the new XAML editor for Windows Store apps
Visual Studio 2013 includes better support for advanced debugging techniques, vast improvements to the visual database tools, and new support for UI testing for Windows Store apps. This update is the key to smoother, quicker programming, and Professional Visual Studio 2013 is your map to everything inside.
designer built into Visual Studio 2013 provides you with immense power without having to manually create the UI from code. This chapter walks you through the rich designer support and comprehensive set of controls available for you to maximize your efficiency when creating Windows Forms applications. GETTING STARTED The first thing you need to start is to create a new Windows Forms project. Select the File New Project menu to create the project in a new solution. If you have an existing
= service.GetPersonListAsync(); When you add a reference to the WCF service to your rich client application, you can notice that an App.config file was added to the project (if it didn’t already exist). In either case, if you take a look at this file, you’ll see that it now contains a system.serviceModel element that contains bindings and client elements. Within the bindings element you can see that there is a wsHttpBinding element (this is the default WCF binding), which defines how to
update it in a single location. The Data Source Configuration Wizard continues to step you through selecting which database objects you want to add to your data source. This is covered in more detail in Chapter 28, “Datasets and Data Binding.” NOTE If you use LocalDB as your database engine, after you specify the database objects, you will be asked if the database file should be included with your project. You can find the details on what that entails in the “LocalDB” section. When you save a
Microsoft.VisualStudio.Text.UI assembly. The other part is the WPF implementation; you can find it in the Microsoft.VisualStudio.Text.UI.WPF assembly. In most cases, the WPF-specific items contain the text WPF in the name. The Classification Subsystem The Classification subsystem manages the recognition and formatting of different types of text. It is also responsible for tagging text with additional meta data, which the Text View subsystem uses to attach glyphs and adornments as well as to
higher quality code. SOURCE CONTROL Many different methodologies for building software applications exist, and though the theories about team structure, work allocation, design, and testing often differ, one point that the theories agree on is that there should be a repository for all source code for an application. Source control is the process of storing source code (referred to as checking code in) and accessing it again (referred to as checking code out) for editing. When we refer to source