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Save Time

Josh and myself have spent quite a lot of time with Visual Studio 2012 and ASP.NET 4.5 and have stumbled across some really awesome gems that we wanted to share with the developer community. So we took these gems and put together an ebook called "Time-Saving Features in Visual Studio 2012 and ASPNET 4.5”. This ebook contains an overview of the features that we found to be the most helpful and that overall help you as a developer do one thing; save time.

Whether it be actually reducing the amount of code you have to write to achieve a certain functionality, a completely new and easy to implement feature, or a tool that helps you debug faster, it all helps you produce your applications faster and with more accuracy – which is always a good thing if you ask me!

So, what is in this ebook you ask? Well, without ruining the ending (because we all hate spoilers) here’s a quick list of some of the items we cover:

  • JavaScript Intellisense
  • CSS Intellisense
  • ASP.NET and Web API (overview and CRUD operations)
  • Strongly Typed Data Binding
  • Page Inspector (new debugging tool)
  • And others!

Are you super excited to check it out? For those of you answering that in the comments, it was a rhetorical question because of course you are!

A really great part about the various sections is that if you need more information outside of what is already contained within the sections we have useful links that you can check out to get an even deeper knowledge on the topic. Essentially we provide the appetizer and the entrée, while we link to the dessert.

Anyone else hungry for some reason?

Download Today

So what are you waiting for? Oh right, I haven’t provided you a download link. Well here you go:

Time-Saving VS11 and ASP.NET 4.5 Features You Shouldn’t Miss

There, go ahead and download a copy today and enjoy the new and awesome features of VS 2012 and ASP.NET 4.5 that we mention! Hopefully you learn a thing or two and it gets you excited about the future of .NET web development

As always, we love feedback! Fond of a VS11 feature we didn’t cover? Please share it in the comments below.

Carl Bergenhem
About the Author

Carl Bergenhem

Carl Bergenhem was the Product Manager for Kendo UI.


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