In this article, I’ll explain how one can customize the basic VisualStudio Isolated shell application and add a custom extension to the shellapplication.
Introduction This article is the continuation of “Creating your first visual studio VSIX package” article of the series Visual Studio
In this three article series of Visual Studio Extensibility we’ll learn how to create a new Visual Studio package, deploy that on staging server and GIT via continuous integration setup and at the end create a Visual Studio isolated Shell application with that embedded package. Although this is very rare topic and you could not find enough study material on this topic over the web that explains how to work with it step by step. MSDN contains good content but very generic, and to the point. In my article I’ll try to explain each and every small part step by step, so that one can learn while coding.
Introduction This article of the “Diving into OOP” series will explain all about events in C#. The article focuses more
This article of the series “Diving into OOP” will explain all about delegates in C#. The article focuses more on practical implementations and less on theory. The article explains the concept in-depth.
Introduction In my previous article of AngularJS, I tried to explain the basics of AngularJS to get you started. In
Introduction As the title suggests, this article will focus on the practical aspects of the formatters and the content negotiation
Introduction In my previous article, we did CRUD operations using MongoDB shell commands. As promised, here I am with this
Introduction I read somewhere that MongoDB is the database for the modern web which induced a thought in me that
Introduction In our programming life there are situations where we have to write code to perform some repetitive tasks and