PermanentLinkMapStore.TryToMapped and PermanentLinkUtility.GetContentReference not working after EPiServer 9 Upgrade

Upgrading EPiServer 8 to 9 might result in this warning:

Warning CS0618 ‘PermanentLinkMapStore.TryToMapped(string, out string)’ is obsolete: ‘This method only supports classic/mapped url’s which are no longer used since 8.0 – use PermanentLinkUtility.GetGuid(url) to get the unique ID from an URL’

How to solve warning:

You can try:

or

to get a permanent link

 

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How To: Use CLR Memory Profiler | Microsoft Docs

Summary: This How To shows you how to use the CLR Profiler tool to investigate your application’s memory allocation profile. You can use CLR Profiler to identify code that causes memory problems, such as memory leaks and excessive or inefficient garbage collection.
docs.microsoft.com/en-us/previous-versions/msp-n-p/ff650691(v=pandp.10)

Myjson – API

Myjson is a simple JSON store for use in your client side web and/or mobile applications.
If you’ve ever needed a quick place to store a configuration file or some data for your client side models, Myjson can be of service to you. Simply copy and paste your JSON data into the main input window, then access your data through the provided URI. Check out the API version for more features.
Myjson URIs support cross-origin resource sharing (CORS) so accessing your data client side won’t give you any cross domain issues.
myjson.com/api

Introducing Visual Studio IntelliCode | The Visual Studio Blog

Visual Studio IntelliCode brings you the next generation of developer productivity by providing AI-assisted development. Every keystroke and every review is informed by best practices and tailored to your code context. You can try it out today by downloading the experimental extension for Visual Studio 2017 that provides AI-powered IntelliSense.

Source: Introducing Visual Studio IntelliCode | The Visual Studio Blog

Using ReSharper? See this post:

Anyone else using VS Intellicode? I turned off ReSharper, earlier int he week, and havn’t missed. it from dotnet

 

Visual Studio Live Share | Visual Studio

Visual Studio Live Share

Real-time collaborative development

Collaboration across your entire development workflow Live editing Author and edit code together in real time Independent exploration Navigate across files on your own without interrupting others Follow along Pin to a user to follow their cursor as they navigate Group debugging Set breakpoints and step through code together Shared servers View web apps and databases without exposing ports to the Internet Shared terminal Run commands and tasks, with output streamed to team members

Source: Visual Studio Live Share | Visual Studio