Professional Visual Studio 2013 (Wrox Programmer to Programmer)
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Comprehensive guide to Visual Studio 2013
Visual Studio is your essential tool for Windows programming. Visual Studio 2013 features important updates to the user interface and to productivity. In Professional Visual Studio 2013, author, Microsoft Certified Trainer, and Microsoft Visual C# MVP Bruce Johnson brings three decades of industry experience to guide you through the update, and he doesn't just gloss over the basics. With his unique IDE-centric approach, he steers into the nooks and crannies to help you use Visual Studio 2013 to its maximum potential.
- Choose from more theme options, check out the new icons, and make your settings portable
- Step up your workflow with hover colors, auto brace completion, peek, and CodeLens
- Code ASP.NET faster than ever with new shortcuts
- Get acquainted with the new SharePoint 2013 environment
- Find your way around the new XAML editor for Windows Store apps
Visual Studio 2013 includes better support for advanced debugging techniques, vast improvements to the visual database tools, and new support for UI testing for Windows Store apps. This update is the key to smoother, quicker programming, and Professional Visual Studio 2013 is your map to everything inside.
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This allows you to treat everything on the document as a single entity and easily apply properties to all elements in one step. With this new group selected, open the Properties window and set the LockContentControl property to True. Now when you run the project, you’ll find that the standard text on the document cannot be edited or deleted, and you can only input data into the content controls that you have added. Adding an Actions Pane The final customization you’ll add to this document is
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perform, which determines how verbose the trace messages are; or to control whether or not the debug assertion dialog displays for an application. Section: system.web The system.web section of the configuration file is used to control how web applications behave. This is the section that can have quite a deep hierarchy because configuration settings can be specified on a machine, web server, website, web application, or even subfolder basis. Because this section controls the security
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