A very usable keyboard shortcut when working with html in Visual Studio.
Visual Studio 2015 comes with a new shortcut, Shift+Alt+W wraps the current selection with a div. This shortcut leaves the text “div” selected, making it seamlessly changeable to any desired tag. This coupled with the automatic end tag replacement makes for a quick solution. UPDATE This shortcut is available in Visual Studio 2017 as well, but you must have the “ASP.NET and Web Development” workload installed. Example Shift+Alt+W > p > Enter
Source: How do I wrap a selection with an HTML tag in Visual Studio? – Stack Overflow
In TFS / Visual Studio 2012, you have a few options.
Rollback to a specific version
In Source Control Explorer:
- Right Click the branch you wish to roll back
- Click Rollback…
- Choose Rollback to a specific version
- Enter the changeset number you wish to roll back to.
Rollback a single changeset (you can do this through the dialog loaded above too)
- Right click the changeset you wish to rollback
- Choose Rollback entire changset
Checkin the rollback.
Source: visual studio – Rollback a changeset in tfs – Stack Overflow
Error in Visual Studio 2017 in output window from task manager:
Node Sass could not find a binding for your current environment: Windows 64-bit with Node.js 5.x
Found bindings for the following environments:
– Windows 64-bit with Node.js 8.x
For VS 2015
- Go to: Tools > Options > Projects and Solutions > External Web Tools
For VS 2017(.3)
- Tools > Options > Projects and Solutions > Web Package Management > External Web Tools (per @nothrow)
- Reorder so that $(PATH) is above $(DevEnvDir)\Extensions\Microsoft\Web Tools\External
See stackoverflow here:
Source: node.js – Node Sass could not find a binding for your current environment – Stack Overflow
This is a super simple extension that adds shortcuts to Tools menu to attach to IIS, IIS Express, as well as any exe files found within the currently loaded solution (Attach To Solution).
Source: Attach To All The Things – Visual Studio Marketplace
Adds a timestamp to the Visual Studio 2017 output window.
Timestamp margin Adds the timestamp information to the Output Window in Debug mode: (minutes. Seconds. Milliseconds) Helps keep a track of running processes in the debug window.
Source: Time Stamp Margin – Visual Studio Marketplace
Source: Client-side debugging of ASP.NET projects in Google Chrome | .NET Web Development and Tools Blog
I first found this:
which focused on a TypeScript related problem and didnt help my issue.
I have ReSharper installed, enabling the settings below solved my issue:
To toggle ReSharper syntax highlighting Open the Code Inspection | Settings page of ReSharper options. Use the Color Identifiers check box to enable or disable ReSharper syntax highlighting. Click Save to apply the modifications and let ReSharper choose where to save them, or save the modifications to a specific settings layer using the Save To drop-down list. For more information, see managing and sharing resharper settings.
Source: Syntax Highlighting – Help | ReSharper
This lightweight extension lets you display the full path of the file at bottom of Visual Studio’s Editor. Click Ctrl+Click to Open Containing Folder, Right click to Copy Full Path.
Source: File Path On Footer – Visual Studio Marketplace
The easiest way to diff two files directly in solution explorer
Source: File Differ – Visual Studio Marketplace
For me the problem was connected to ReSharper which already implements this function. Solution was to disable the VS 2017 functionality for ctrl+click. (prefer the ReSharper way with built in decompiling)
Goto options -> Text Editor -> General -> uncheck “Enable mouse click…”
Disable the default vs2017 setting.