Sometimes during development you may need to avoid the unnecessary compiler warnings to show in warning window. Though it’s not recommended to suppress the warning explicitly, but during some debugging and analysis of code you may want to hide them for time being. In this post I have explained how you can hide the unwanted warning explicitly by specifying the warning number.
To suppress the warning you need to use #pragma warning directives in your code. Below is the syntax for the same.
#pragma warning disable <warning-Numbers>
[Line of Code ]
Let’s consider you are having the below code block and you want to suppress the warning messages.
If you are going to build the above code, you will find the below warning messages.
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By default in Visual Studio for any web pages design view is the default view. Which may causes some time to load if your page is having many controls . So If you want to change the default view from Design View to Source View, just perform the following steps.
Go to “Tools” > “Options” and Navigate to “HTML Designer” Section.
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In this blog post I am going to describe a small tips of visual studio where you will get to know how you can launch multiple project at same time. This is quite useful when you are working on a solution which having multiple project type and you want to run few of them in same time.
Let’s assume you have a frontend application which developed using WPF and in the backend you are calling a WCF Service. Now to test the application you need both of them on running stage. By default Visual Studio project Setup type sets to “Single Startup Project” . If you set any of the project as "Start up” then that project will start when you run the application. So after that you need to run the second project also. Below is the Project setup window where you can find the all the setting related with project start up. You can open that window by right clicking on “Solution” > “Properties” > “Common Properties” > “Startup Project”
Now, if you look into the above picture you will find we have three options for project setup.
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Here is one quick tips to hide Visual Studio Intellisense window to view the covered source code by the particular Intellisense popup. When we are working in Visual Studio and the IntelliSense window comes up, but we may want to view the code that is covered by the window. Here you go, Press the Ctrl key. Intellisense window becomes transparent and you can easily view your source code. Hold the Ctrl as long as you want them to be transparent. You can do it while debugging your application or writing code.
Below is the few snaps for the the same.
1. View Code By Hiding Intellisense Window During coding
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