VS Code is a great editor with a lot of useful features, like being able to compare two random files for differences. Let's see how.
Someone at work asked about whether we'd be able to use VS 2022 to work on our main WinForms app. It works just fine in VS 2019, so it should work in VS 2022, right? Except it doesn't. What we get is white screens of brokenness whenever we try to open a Form in the designer. But why?
Need to pull a subdirectory out of repo A and create a new repo B out with it? Including full history and branches? Okay, here's how.
Do you prefer reading or doing? How about both? DotNet Try pulls in C# code from your project and turns your docs into an interactive experience.
If you need to consume a webhook from another service, or verify the payload being sent from your own REST API endpoint, RequestBin can help. It intercepts and displays the contents of any call made to it. Here's how to deploy your own instance in just a few minutes.
Most of us host something (and some of us everything) on GitHub, especially since they host private repos for free too now. I've been eager to try the GitHub Package Registry since they announced it last May. Well, I just got access to the beta, so let's see what we can do!
If you've heard the term package manager, especially with GitHub announcing their own, you might be wondering what exactly it is. Well, it's a way to find, reuse, and share code, among other things.