Visual Studio 2019 Tricks and Techniques (Packt)
Monday, 08 February 2021

This book, subtitled "A developer's guide to writing better code and maximizing productivity", demonstrates some of the most sophisticated capabilities of Visual Studio and shows you how to use the integrated development environment more efficiently to be more productive. Paul Schroeder and Aaron Cure cover shortcuts, snippets, and numerous optimization tricks, along with debugging techniques, source control integration, and other important IDE feature. With that groundwork in place, more advanced concepts such as the inner workings of project and item templates are covered.



Author: Paul Schroeder and Aaron Cure
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Date: January 2021
Pages: 386
ISBN: 978-1800203525
Print: 1800203527
Kindle: B08LVL1C1P
Audience: Visual Studio developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Visual Studio & general .NET

  • Understand the similarities and differences between VS 2019 and VS Code
  • Get to grips with numerous keyboard shortcuts to improve efficiency
  • Discover IDE tips and tricks that make it easier to write code
  • Experiment with code snippets that make it easier to write repeating code patterns
  • Find out how to customize project and item templates with the help of hands-on exercises
  • Use Visual Studio extensions for ease and improved productivity
  • Delve into Visual Studio's behind the scene operations


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