#FridayDevTip - Use SlowCheetah to preview your Web.Config transforms

#FridayDevTip - Use SlowCheetah to preview your Web.Config transforms

 

If you're working on a .Net project that has multiple environments chances are that you will be using web.config transforms that tweak environment specific values in your project.

Typically in your project you would have a base web.config file that would have all your project settings and then a separate config file for all your other environments like QA, staging or production. Sometimes you might want to preview what those config files would look like if you were to rebuild your project for that environment.

This is where SlowCheetah comes in. It's a handy little Visual Studio extension (or Nuget package) that allows you to preview what a specific version of your web.config file would look like after it gets transformed through the build process.

Web Developer Monthly - Oct 2018

Web Developer Monthly October 2018

Oct 2018

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Welcome to another Web Developer Monthly. This month's edition contains some awesome JavaScript tips, great CSS tutorials and the odd bit of news from the .net frontend world to get your juices flowing. If you've spotted anything you'd like me to share for the next Web Developer Monthly let me know in the comments below or reach out to me on Twitter. Enjoy!

.Net, C#, CSS

#FridayDevTip - Display pinned tabs on a separate line in Visual Studio

#FridayDevTip - display pinned tabs on a separate line in Visual Studio

 

One of the first things I do when setting up my Visual Studio environment is to set up pinned tabs so they display on a new line.

It helps to visually separate out your tabs and gives your unpinned tabs more screen real estate which can only be a good thing when working in large environments where you'd have 30-40+ tabs opened at a time.

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