• .NET

    Let's Get it Started - The New JustCode Getting Started Wizard in Action

    How many times have you installed freshly downloaded software and wondered where and how to really start using it? Yeah, we’ve experienced that a lot, too. Having that frustration in mind, we created the JustCode Getting Started Wizard. It’s the new non-obtrusive, quick introduction and setup tool, that shows you the main JustCode features together with two short configuration steps to help you start using JustCode right away.   The wizard will appear only once upon fresh installation of JustCode. You won’t see it anymore once you’ve gone through the setup process. You can also close it manually anytime and invoke it...
  • .NET

    Visual Studio Productivity Tools Q2 2012 Q&A

    We showed off tons of new features during our Q2 2012 release webinar, Easier with Visual Studio Productivity Tools Q2 2012, and we gave you the opportunity to directly ask us questions. Here are the topics on attendees’ minds, and our responses. General Are all of the Just products working in VS 2012? Yes, they all work with VS 2012 RC. Can you give these presentations at user groups? We sure can, please send us your individual requests. We will also provide training material if you’re interested in giving the presentation yourself. JustCode What are the advantages of JustCode over similar products? There are other tools on the...
  • .NET

    Mscorlib mocking minus the attribute

    July 09, 2012 Share
    Mocking .net framework members (a.k.a. mscorlib) is always a daunting task. It’s the breed of static and final methods and full of surprises. Technically intercepting mscorlib members is completely different from other class libraries. This is the reason it is dealt differently. Generally, I prefer writing a wrapper around an mscorlib member (Ex. File.Delete(“abc.txt”)) and expose it via interface but that is not always an easy task if you already have years old codebase. While mocking mscorlib members first thing that comes to people’s mind is DateTime.Now. If you Google through, you will find tons of example dealing with just that....
  • .NET

    Getting Started with JustCode Webinar

    Telerik JustCode includes many features beyond what is offered in a vanilla installation of Visual Studio. More importantly, it gives you these features without interfering with the way you code. The latest edition includes a Getting Started Wizard to help you learn the basic features of JustCode. Even so, any extremely powerful tool deserves a good walk-through. On Tuesday, July 3rd, join the Getting Started with JustCode Webinar, where I will do just that. Attend this webinar to discover awesome features you can use immediately and how JustCode makes your work day easier. Along the way, I will show you a few...
  • .NET

    Improved Navigation in JustCode

    One of Telerik JustCode’s most valuable features – its quick code navigation, recently got even better. We decided to re-think the way our Camel Case Searcher works. Our main priorities were to deliver more than expected, show you what’s expected on top ASAP, and greatly improve searching flexibility – we did all that. Camel Case Searching allows you to quickly find entities by typing either their acronyms or parts of the words that are contained in it. When you use capital letters, or separating symbols, JustCode will try to match them with the word beginnings; splitting your search text with spaces...