Visual Studio 2013 Countdown
Oct19

Visual Studio 2013 Countdown

Welcome to CodeSpread! It’s quite amazing to see people everywhere talking about the launch of visual studio 2013. We thought, even we should also get the feel of the new version. First thing, which I noticed, was the countdown running at Visual Studio 2013 Countdown. The information which we share here is assembled from different resources like Visual Studio story Visual Studio 2013 is designed to target the growing needs of...

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Unused Useful Tools in Visual Studio
Jan25

Unused Useful Tools in Visual Studio

Back from a vacation is always a great and refreshing feeling. A small break always adds a new dimension to the thoughts. Lets see what we have today which we can call ‘new’ . We are good working on visual studio and enjoy doing coding because we love it the most, but we simply ignore the tools that comes as a package with Visual studio and ever uses them. Microsoft has put a lot of effort in these tools to make developer’s life easy...

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C#: Anonymous Type is not anonymous!

Why Anonymous Type? Anonymous types provide you the ease of having set of properties (Read only) into a single object without knowing the type. It’s the job of compiler to generate the type information. Anonymous types can be created by using the keyword new. Say: var test = new { Name = “Jackie”, ID = 123 }; Here ‘var’ keyword plays an important role as the type information won’t be available. Anonymous types are mostly used with the...

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C#: Useful JSON in .Net
Dec03

C#: Useful JSON in .Net

Why JSON? All web applications revolve around large chunk of data and availability of that data to our application is of utmost importance. To do that, we have options like fetch data from database and sometimes from XMLs. As a result of which we end up hitting DB/File system several times and ultimately compromises with Page speed and performance. JSON- JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) is the solution to avoid all the difficulties...

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How to create a MVC 2 Project in VS2010?

How to create a MVC 2 Project in VS2010? 1. Open VS2010. 2. Select File -> New Project. 3. Select Visual C# -> Web -> ASP.NET MVC 2 Empty Web Application. Name it as MyMvcApplication. Click ‘OK’. 4. To Add a controller, right click Controllers. Select Add -> Controller 5. Name the controller as ‘HomeController’. Click ‘Add’. 6. The controller page will look like shown below. 7. To Add the Index, right click on anywhere on...

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