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Professional Visual Studio 2013.

By: Johnson, Bruce.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Somerset : Wiley, 2014Description: 1 online resource (1413 p.).ISBN: 9781118832059.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Professional Visual Studio 2013DDC classification: 006.786 LOC classification: TK5105.8885.M57Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents; Part I: Integrated Development Environment; Chapter 1: A Quick Tour; Getting Started; The Visual Studio IDE; Summary; Chapter 2: The Solution Explorer, Toolbox, and Properties; The Solution Explorer; The Toolbox; Properties; Summary; Chapter 3: Options and Customizations; The Start Page; Window Layout; The Editor Space; Other Options; Importing and Exporting Settings; Summary; Chapter 4: The Visual Studio Workspace; The Code Editor; Code Navigation; The Command Window; The Immediate Window; The Class View; The Error List; The Object Browser; The Code Definition Window
The Call Hierarchy WindowThe Document Outline Tool Window; Reorganizing Tool Windows; Summary; Chapter 5: Find and Replace and Help; Quick Find/Replace; Find/Replace in Files; Accessing Help; Summary; Part II: Getting Started; Chapter 6: Solutions, Projects, and Items; Solution Structure; Solution File Format; Solution Properties; Project Types; Project Files Format; Project Properties; Web Application Project Properties; Web Site Projects; Summary; Chapter 7: IntelliSense and Bookmarks; IntelliSense Explained; JavaScript IntelliSense; XAML IntelliSense; IntelliSense Options
Extended IntelliSenseBookmarks and the Bookmark Window; Summary; Chapter 8: Code Snippets and Refactoring; Code Snippets Revealed; Accessing Refactoring Support; Refactoring Actions; Summary; Chapter 9: Server Explorer; Server Connections; Data Connections; SharePoint Connections; Summary; Chapter 10: Modeling with the Class Designer; Creating a Class Diagram; The Design Surface; The Toolbox; The Class Details; The Properties Window; Layout; Exporting Diagrams; Code Generation and Refactoring; Summary; Part III: Digging Deeper; Chapter 11: Unit Testing; Your First Test Case
Asserting the FactsInitializing and Cleaning Up; Testing Context; Advanced Unit Testing; Testing Code Contracts; Summary; Chapter 12: Documentation with XML Comments; Inline Commenting; XML Comments; Using XML Comments; Generating Documentation with GhostDoc; Compiling Documentation with Sandcastle; Task List Comments; Summary; Chapter 13: Code Consistency Tools; Source Control; Coding Standards; Summary; Chapter 14: Code Generation with T4; Creating a T4 Template; T4 Building Blocks; How T4 Works; T4 Directives; Troubleshooting; Generating Code Assets; Runtime Text Templates; Tips and Tricks
SummaryChapter 15: Project and Item Templates; Creating Templates; Extending Templates; Starter Kits; Online Templates; Summary; Chapter 16: Language-Specific Features; Hitting a Nail with the Right Hammer; A Tale of Two Languages; Visual Basic; F#; Summary; Part IV: Rich Client Applications; Chapter 17: Windows Forms Applications; Getting Started; The Windows Form; Form Design Preferences; Adding and Positioning Controls; Container Controls; Docking and Anchoring Controls; Summary; Chapter 18: Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF); What Is WPF?; Getting Started with WPF
The WPF Designer and XAML Editor
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Contents; Part I: Integrated Development Environment; Chapter 1: A Quick Tour; Getting Started; The Visual Studio IDE; Summary; Chapter 2: The Solution Explorer, Toolbox, and Properties; The Solution Explorer; The Toolbox; Properties; Summary; Chapter 3: Options and Customizations; The Start Page; Window Layout; The Editor Space; Other Options; Importing and Exporting Settings; Summary; Chapter 4: The Visual Studio Workspace; The Code Editor; Code Navigation; The Command Window; The Immediate Window; The Class View; The Error List; The Object Browser; The Code Definition Window

The Call Hierarchy WindowThe Document Outline Tool Window; Reorganizing Tool Windows; Summary; Chapter 5: Find and Replace and Help; Quick Find/Replace; Find/Replace in Files; Accessing Help; Summary; Part II: Getting Started; Chapter 6: Solutions, Projects, and Items; Solution Structure; Solution File Format; Solution Properties; Project Types; Project Files Format; Project Properties; Web Application Project Properties; Web Site Projects; Summary; Chapter 7: IntelliSense and Bookmarks; IntelliSense Explained; JavaScript IntelliSense; XAML IntelliSense; IntelliSense Options

Extended IntelliSenseBookmarks and the Bookmark Window; Summary; Chapter 8: Code Snippets and Refactoring; Code Snippets Revealed; Accessing Refactoring Support; Refactoring Actions; Summary; Chapter 9: Server Explorer; Server Connections; Data Connections; SharePoint Connections; Summary; Chapter 10: Modeling with the Class Designer; Creating a Class Diagram; The Design Surface; The Toolbox; The Class Details; The Properties Window; Layout; Exporting Diagrams; Code Generation and Refactoring; Summary; Part III: Digging Deeper; Chapter 11: Unit Testing; Your First Test Case

Asserting the FactsInitializing and Cleaning Up; Testing Context; Advanced Unit Testing; Testing Code Contracts; Summary; Chapter 12: Documentation with XML Comments; Inline Commenting; XML Comments; Using XML Comments; Generating Documentation with GhostDoc; Compiling Documentation with Sandcastle; Task List Comments; Summary; Chapter 13: Code Consistency Tools; Source Control; Coding Standards; Summary; Chapter 14: Code Generation with T4; Creating a T4 Template; T4 Building Blocks; How T4 Works; T4 Directives; Troubleshooting; Generating Code Assets; Runtime Text Templates; Tips and Tricks

SummaryChapter 15: Project and Item Templates; Creating Templates; Extending Templates; Starter Kits; Online Templates; Summary; Chapter 16: Language-Specific Features; Hitting a Nail with the Right Hammer; A Tale of Two Languages; Visual Basic; F#; Summary; Part IV: Rich Client Applications; Chapter 17: Windows Forms Applications; Getting Started; The Windows Form; Form Design Preferences; Adding and Positioning Controls; Container Controls; Docking and Anchoring Controls; Summary; Chapter 18: Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF); What Is WPF?; Getting Started with WPF

The WPF Designer and XAML Editor

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<p> Bruce Johnson is a partner at ObjectSharp Consulting and a 30 veteran of the computer industry. For almost 20 years, he has been working on projects that are at the leading edge of Windows technology, from C++ through Visual Basic to C#, and from thick client applications to websites to services.</p> <p> Wrox Professional guides are planned and written by working programmers to meet the real-world needs of programmers, developers, and IT professionals. Focused and relevant, they address the issues technology professionals face every day. They provide examples, practical solutions, and expert education in new technologies, all designed to help programmers do a better job.</p> <p>www.wrox.com</p>

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