• .NET

    Further Tales of the Keyboard Ninja

    November 10, 2011 Share
    The previous post on using the keyboard shortcuts in Telerik JustCode focused on the new keyboard mappings window. This article will focus on an essential element to all aspiring keyboard ninjas: accessing the Visual Aid without the mouse. You may have already memorized the Show Visual Aid Menu shortcut, or you may have found it from the keyboard mappings window. If not, I will refresh your memory now: Ctrl+`. The backwards apostrophe character is on the same key as ~ on most keyboards. At any point the Visual Aid tag is showing, you can press that shortcut to show the Visual Aid menu. If you’re accustomed...
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    Be a Keyboard Ninja!

    November 03, 2011 Share
    Telerik JustCode has tons of features available directly from your keyboard, and memorizing all the shortcuts can be quite a daunting task. We have made it easier to find these commands through Key Mappings, available from the JustCode menu or through the Ctrl+Shift+/ shortcut.
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    Razor and CSS in JustCode

    October 28, 2011 Share
    The first service pack for Telerik JustCode Q2 2011 was recently released, but the development team is forging ahead with even more new features to make your life easier. New internal builds brings Razor and CSS support, which is welcome news for web developers using JustCode. Razor If you have developed applications in ASP.NET MVC 3, you are familiar with the new Razor view engine. It brings code closer to markup, and it’s fitting that its files use the extensions cshtml and vbhtml. The JustCode features you are familiar with now work on the C#, VB, JavaScript, and Html code inside Razor files. This includes...
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    New refactorings in JustCode

    October 25, 2011 Share
    In the last versions of Telerik JustCode we added some nice features that will help you quickly refactor your code, so let’s start right away. Convert If To Switch Statement JustCode now detects the if-statements that can be converted to a switch statement and suggests doing it for you. Place your cursor on the if-statement and hit Alt+Enter or choose the F menu from VisualAid, select ‘Convert if to switch statement’.   Convert If To Conditional Expression Another if conversion that we added is to convert an if-statement to a conditional expression (or ternary operator as some people call it). Place your cursor on the if-statement and hit...
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    Command Line Support and More in JustDecompile

    October 20, 2011 Share
    Although the command prompt has fallen out of vogue in the past few years, developers and power users alike invoke cmd when a job calls for finesse. Command line support is also essential for many scripting and automation languages, such as MSBuild. JustDecompile has the ability to export code directly from the command prompt. For ease of use, I recommend adding %PROGRAMFILES(X86)%\Telerik\JustDecompile\Libraries to your path. To decompile an assembly from the prompt, use the command JustDecompile.exe /out:[OutputDirectory] /target:[PathAndAssemblyName]. This currently only supports csharp, but in the future the /lang switch will enable you to target other languages. You may find yourself wanting to...