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There is nothing more frustrating than having to horizontal scroll a file on GitHub. It doesn't make for a happy user experience. Not for me anyway.
By convention, the name of an async method should end with the "Async" suffix. It's one of those things that can easily be forgotten by a developer and missed in a code review. By creating a custom rule, NDepend can report when this rule is violated.
If you're using MvvmCross to handle property changed events you might find that executing a valid unit test fails because the property changed event doesn't fire.
For UWP or Windows Store apps, the VisualStateManager lets you make state changes at certain widths or breakpoints. Great for building responsive apps. Here is a pattern to do the same in WPF.
In an attempt to reduce my dependency on my trusty mouse, I decided it was time to expand my keyboard shortcut knowledge.
This article shows how to ignore NDepend files from your git repository.
A tool that has recently come to my intention is NDepend, a static analysis tool for .NET. This article is a summary of my first impressions with NDepend.
This article demonstrates how to set up a deployment script to compile Sass when deploying a .NET Web Application Project from a git repo to Azure.
Corner flags are a nice way of labelling an image to emphasise something is 'new', 'featured' or 'on offer'. Often these effects are done with images. This tutorial gives an example of how to achieve this using CSS and semantic HTML.
Extending the animation - fading out with storyboards and behaviours - WinRT | Windows 8.1 store apps
Previously we looked at how to fade out an element using storyboards and behaviours. This time we extend our code by fading in another element.