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Visual Studio Hacks

by James Avery

With start-up templates for projects ranging from Windows applications to web services, and extensive help and on-line documentation, Visual Studio .NET might be mistaken for a tool for unsophisticated users. It's true that most developers soon discover that the basic operation of Visual Studio is fairly self-explanatory; less obvious are some of the suite's more advanced built-in features. Visual Studio .Net includes a wealth of little-used capabilities, is very customizable, has a complete automation model, and much more. On top of its regular feature set, there are hosts of free add-ins, macros, and power toys that can further enhance the functionality of Visual Studio.

This book is all about exploring these things, and in doing so, becoming a better and more efficient developer. Developers will learn how to:

Offering valuable tips, tools, and tricks, Visual Studio Hacks takes you far beyond the suite's usual capabilities. You can read this book from cover to cover or, because each hack stands its own, you can feel free to browse and jump to the different sections that interest you most. If there's a prerequisite you need to know about, a cross-reference will guide you to the right hack. If you want to experience the full spectrum of Visual Studio's functionality and flexibility, you'll find the perfect guide for exploration in Visual Studio Hacks.

Once the final page is turned, you can confidently say that you've been exposed to everything that Visual Studio .NET is capable of doing.

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Paperback: 478 pages; Publisher: O'Reilly & Associates; List Price: $24.95 - buy now: Price: $16.47 and You Save: $8.48 (34%)

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