NuGet, the package manager that is widely used in Visual Studio, has a lot of features that are really nice to use. However some things can be challenging. For example creating a NuGet package. It looks quite simple if you read the documentation on NuGet.org. Creating this in an automated process has some obstacles, like […]
Everyone collects utilities, and most folks have a list of a few that they feel are indispensable. Here’s mine. Each has a distinct purpose, and I probably touch each at least a few times a week. This list is all about Visual Studio 2010 extensions.
Working on SharePoint you see and use a lot of GUIDs. Creating them can be done by using guidgen.exe. When you just need a few it works just fine. But I need a lot and I like my keyboard. So I wanted a shortcut key to generate GUID. This is how I did do it. […]
The layer diagram in the architecture tools for Visual Studio is a new type of diagram that allow you to describe the “logical” architecture of your application. Your code can be organized into different “layers”, allowing a better understanding of what objects perform what tasks. Layer diagrams can also be incorporated into the automated build […]
NuGet is a package manager that simplifies the process of discovering, installing and using third-parties .NET libraries. It is free to download, open source and you are able to create your own package and submit them. In this post I’ll show how to create your own package and host them yourself. Requirements Visual Studio 2010 […]