• .NET Mobile

    Why Is Your Web Page Not Behaving as Expected – Troubleshooting Web Page Scripts

    In my last blog post of this series I covered the element inspector and network resources tab of modern day web browsers’ developer tools. Although there is a large set of what I like to call “modern” web browsers out there I decided to only take a look at three of them; Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer 9. Today I want to continue this series and cover another useful aspect of web development tools – the Scripts tab. This tab not only allows you to inspect all of the JavaScript that has been downloaded to the client, it also allows you to...
  • .NET

    Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Refactor Your Code

    August 20, 2012 Share
    I am a huge proponent of writing quality code, a view that is shared by many of my colleagues. Unfortunately, I do encounter those who do not share my enthusiasm. Their view is often one of “Get It Done,” whereas I take the position of “Get It Done Right.” When discussing refactoring, the “Get It Done” developer often brushes it aside as a waste of time. I want to address that crowd, and anyone else who eschews refactoring, with my top 5 reasons why you should refactor your code. Enjoy! 5. Your Code Sucks Broken Bridge / jollyUK / CC BY How often do you write an...
  • .NET

    It Just Works in Visual Studio 2012

    August 15, 2012 Share
    Upgrading to a new version of Visual Studio can be a daunting task. Current solutions and tools need to be tested for appropriate support, and a late discovery that something isn’t working quite right can be disastrous. There is something you can be assured of… your Telerik Visual Studio Productivity Tools will continue to work as expected. In some cases, they will even work better. We began upgrading our tools the moment we had a beta in our hands so you would have one less thing to worry about. Don’t take my word for it: try JustCode, JustMock, or JustTrace with the...
  • .NET

    Just Launches Getting Started Webinar Series

    Would you spend an hour to learn how to make your work life easier and improve your code? The Just team is launching a new Getting Started webinar series, just for you. These introductory webinars will show how the Just tools can boost productivity and help you code better and smarter, every day. The series kicked off with JustCode in July and will focus on one Just tool each month: Getting Started with JustMock – August 14, 23 Getting Started with JustDecompile – September 4, 20 Getting Started with JustTrace – October 2, 23 To ensure your code behaves as expected the webinar on...
  • .NET

    Don’t Just Decompile, Master the Assembly with JustDecompile Plugins

    The number one request currently on the JustDecompile UserVoice is to “add an API for plugins,” and we take user demands seriously! If you have the new version of JustDecompile, you may have noticed a rather interesting main menu item (if you need to update, check out the brand new Telerik Control Panel). Introducing Plugins You may find that your menu only has the Plugins Manager, which means you need to install a plugin!  You can do this by going to the Plugins Manager. At this time, the manager displays a list of installed plugins and gives you a button to obtain new...