What binding redirects are for, and how to update them in a Visual Studio solution using NuGet and PowerShell.
Configuring Visual Studio as your Git mergetool can help people familiar with it to resolve conflicts more easily, here I show you how. The default option for the Git mergetool is vimdiff, which although perfectly fine, will be unfamiliar to a lot of people, particularly those with a .NET development background. For this reason I’ve… Continue reading Configuring Visual Studio as your Git mergetool
If like me you’ve always had one foot in the open source development camp, then you’ll be really pleased by the recent changes in ASP.NET 5. Microsoft have stopped reinventing the wheel and accepted that the existing open source tools for client-side package management should be integrated into Visual Studio. Gulp, Grunt, Bower, NPM –… Continue reading Client Side Package Management in Visual Studio 2015