Debugging JavaScript/TypeScript Using Visual Studio 2017 and Chrome or Edge

Introduction One of the great features of Visual Studio 2017 is that you can debug JavaScript and TypeScript directly in the Visual Studio IDE if they are running in Google''s Chrome browser.  We've been able to do this with Internet Explorer and Visual Studio for some time, but of course Internet Explorer is old and has … Continue reading Debugging JavaScript/TypeScript Using Visual Studio 2017 and Chrome or Edge

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Creating Code Listings in WordPress using Visual Studio

In WordPress it has historically been quite hard to paste code listings into the editors and get them to look good.  There are some plugins that try to do it, but none of them seem to work very well with code copied out of Visual Studio. Edit 2016:  Wordpress themselves have now solved the problem … Continue reading Creating Code Listings in WordPress using Visual Studio

Running Visual Studio as an Administrator under Windows Vista

Introduction This article discusses why we should run Visual Studio as an administrator, and examines the easiest way to do that under Windows Vista. Visual Studio and Administrator Rights As .Net developers we need to be able to run Visual Studio as a Windows administrator. Visual Studio 2005 actually warns you at start up if … Continue reading Running Visual Studio as an Administrator under Windows Vista

Model-View-Presenter using the Smart Client Software Factory (Introduction To CAB/SCSF Part 25)

Introduction Part 23 and part 24 of this series of articles described the Model-View-Presenter pattern. This article explains how the Smart Client Software Factory supports this pattern by generating appropriate classes. Guidance Automation Packages in the Smart Client Software Factory We saw how we could use the Smart Client Application Guidance Automation Package to set … Continue reading Model-View-Presenter using the Smart Client Software Factory (Introduction To CAB/SCSF Part 25)

Table of Contents: Introduction to using Financial Products Markup Language (FpML) with Microsoft .NET Tools

Part 1 Introduction An overview of how we can use Visual Studio to examine the FpML XSDs. Shows how to create a Visual Studio project containing the FpML schemas, and how to use that to navigate through them. Also shows how to validate the XML examples that are provided in the FpML download, both using … Continue reading Table of Contents: Introduction to using Financial Products Markup Language (FpML) with Microsoft .NET Tools

How FpML Validates a Basic Trade Document (Introduction to using FpML with .NET Tools Part 2)

Introduction Part 1 of this series of articles gave a general introduction to using Microsoft .NET tools to investigate FpML XSD schemas. This article will focus more closely on the FpML itself, by looking at the structure of an FpML trade XML document in some detail. It will explain how the FpML schemas fit together … Continue reading How FpML Validates a Basic Trade Document (Introduction to using FpML with .NET Tools Part 2)

Introduction to using Financial Products Markup Language (FpML) with Microsoft .NET Tools (Part 1)

Introduction This short series of articles will attempt to show how Microsoft’s standard .NET tools (Visual Studio and xsd.exe) can be used to investigate and use Financial products Markup Language (FpML). This first article gives an overview of how we can use Visual Studio to examine the FpML XSDs, and use it to validate the … Continue reading Introduction to using Financial Products Markup Language (FpML) with Microsoft .NET Tools (Part 1)