[Build Slide]New Project with new features circledSearch for templatesMulti-targeting support for .NET 2.0-4Add new templates by searching online
[Build Slide]1) Base Slide Shows different IDE Improvements2) WPF based editor3) Navigation4)IntellitypeEditor: easily zoom in/out via mouse-wheel or Ctrl +-Navigate To: Ctrl+,Alt+Drag for column selection
[Build Slide]-Base Slide with TextGenerate ExampleGenerate new Type (Create stock.cs)Show Class StockShow Generate Property Stub for tickerShow “Call Heirarchy”Great Generate from usage walkthrough: http://juliocasal.com/blog/test-driven-development-support-in-visual-studio-2010/
[BUILD]Build focuses on Pinning of Datatips and adding comments to Data TipFind one or two points to focus on. Avoid going over time.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd293638%28VS.100%29.aspxMicrosoft Visual Studio 2010 uses a new feature called the Extension Manager to add, remove, enable, and disable Visual Studio extensions. The Extension manager has a UI similar to that of the Windows Control Panel, and can be opened from the Tools menu in Visual Studio by selecting Extension Manager….The Extension Manager loads extensions from the Visual Studio Gallery at http://visualstudiogallery.com/. These extensions may be packages, add-ins, templates, or other components which add functionality to Visual Studio.
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About Speaker Adil Ahmed Mughal Microsoft Most Valuable Professional I work at Telenor Pakistan Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) - .NET Framework 4 INETA, User Group Leader I blog at http://www.AdilMughal.com Actively participates in community events
Agenda Start Page &New Project Dialog Peek at IDE improvements Code Focused Development ASP.NET Improvements Deployment CLR Improvements Visual Studio Extensibility (VSX)
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Search for templates. Multi-targeting support for .NET 2.0-4 Add new templates by searching online.
New IDE Improvements Visual Studio Environment WPF-based Editor Better Multi-Monitor Support Navigation Navigate To Highlight references Project System 100% source code compatible Multi-Targeting Better IntelliSense Type anything after “object.” and VS will provide suggestion. Don’t have to start with beginning of word. Use object.GPV and VS will suggest object.GetParameterValue. Column Selection Add Reference Dialog
ASP.NET 4 Improvements Snippets For ASP.NET and HTML markup ASP.NET Web Forms Clean HTML Client IDs can be specified Easier Viewstate management Automatic HTML encoding <%: Message %>
Improved Debugger in VS 2010 64-bit Mixed-Mode support Breakpoint import/export WPF Visualizer WPF event tracing New Threads window New Disassembly window Mixed-Mode Mini-dump support Tear-away Datatips New Exe/Dump Project Mini-Dump Summary Page Thread Slipping During Function Evaluation Support for native string functions in bp conditions Pin DataTips Add comments to DataTips
CLR Improvements CLR4 will be side by side with older CLRs (2.0) CLR4 will be compatible with CLR 2.0. Improvement in speed and size of CLR Support for new languages Install footprint now over 80% smaller Can you say super fast downloads?
Versioning and Multi-targeting .NET 4 includes new CLR and version string VS 2010 Multi-targeting for .NET 2.0/3.0/3.5/4
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