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  • Blog Post: Scripting Visual Studio with PowerShell – great for demos

    Overview In this post I’ll show a solution for automating tasks when opening a solution in Visual Studio. NuGet brings PowerShell In the grand scheme of things it hasn’t been that long since NuGet first arrived, but I can barely remember what I did without it! Aside from the standard...
  • Blog Post: NuGet Package Manager Console tip

    I love NuGet – I find it a very productive way to add and update references. Being able to package up files as well as references is great when you write custom ASP.NET MVC validators that you want to share, as you often want to share an assembly and the script file for the client-side validator. And...
  • Blog Post: jQuery IntelliSense in Visual Studio

    I was working on a web site last night and my javascript IntelliSense wasn’t kicking in. I asked Visual Studio to refresh the IntelliSense (Edit, IntelliSense, Update JScript IntelliSense) and got a message in the Error List: Warning 1 Error updating JScript IntelliSense: C:\MvcApplication1\MvcApplication1...
  • Blog Post: Capturing pop-up windows with Web Test Recorder in Internet Explorer 8 (IE8)

    ** As always, use this at your own peril. This post is entirely based on my experience – your mileage may vary! ** I was working with a customer who were having trouble recording a web test using the Web Test Recorder in Visual Studio Team Suite Test Edition. As they clicked through the site that they...
  • Blog Post: Test Links

    Various useful links for testing with Visual Studio Diagnosing and fixing Web Test recorder bar issues (Mike Taute) VSTT 2008 Quick Reference Guide Advanced Load Testing Features of Visual Studio Team System (Bill Barnett) Diagnosing OutOfMemoryExceptions that occur when running load tests...
  • Blog Post: Options for creating a test project

    I was rooting through the Tools\Options dialog in Visual Studio recently and noticed the following options for Test projects: Whilst these are probably reasonable defaults in terms of discoverability of features, I’ve always found that the first thing I did when creating a test project was to delete...
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