There are a few obsolete types and members in .NET Framework 4.0. This is an extensive reference for those who write code.
Obsolete Types in .NET Framework 4.0 http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee461503(VS.100).aspx
Obsolete Members in .NET Framework 4.0 http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee471421(VS.100).aspx
My 3rd Channel 9 video on Code Analysis in Visual Studio 2010 at http://channel9.msdn.com/posts/wriju/Code-Analysis-Using-Visual-Studio-2010/
My 4th Channel 9 video on Performance Analyzer Tool at http://channel9.msdn.com/posts/wriju/CPU-Sampling-using-Visual-Studio-2010-Performance-Analyzer-Tool/
Watch it our http://channel9.msdn.com/posts/wriju/Overview-of-Parallel-Computing-in-Visual-Studio-2010/
In Visual Studio 2010 you can have URLs which you may click just like MS Word. This ULR clicking supported in normal String declaration and comments as well.
Below is the screen shot,
I am super excited to share with you my First video at Channel 9. Today I have successfully published it. This small video covers few basic IDE tips of Visual Studio 2010.
In Visual Studio 2010 you can now create the dependency graph to view the complex structure of your class and the call tree.
Once you explore it has got some additional view like, Right to Left. If you click on any entity it will take you to the code.
This tool indeed helps us to understand the code better.
In Visual Studio 2010 we have a great tool called Architecture Explorer to view the structure of our objects. Unlike object browser or class diagram this also helps us to view the calls per element is made in the project. This is one additional step towards the enhancement. This can be found at
In Visual Studio 2010 we can now get all the available extensions from http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com and add to our project from and within Visual Studio. You will find it under Tools > Extension Manager. Here you can add, search and modify the available extensions.