When you validate your application architecture in Visual Studio using the modeling tools available from the Architecture menu in Enterprise versions of Visual Studio 2012 and 2013, you may see an error message that the primary reference could not be resolved,
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In Visual Studio 2015 CTP 6 we are introducing the “Create Unit Tests” feature that provides the ability to create unit test method stubs. The feature allows easy configuration of a test project, and the test class and the test method stub therein.
We’re excited to introduce our new usage analysis experience for both your web applications and device apps (Windows Phone and Windows Store applications).
Using Application Insights, it’s now easy to answer common questions about your app adoption, your users’ profile, the way your users experience the app,
Symbols are a fundamental requirement for debugging and other diagnostic tools. Fortunately in most cases when you are building and launching your application in Visual Studio you don’t have to think about symbols for your code. However the odds are that at some point in time you’ll need to change how symbols load,
Segmentation is one of my favorite features in Metrics Explorer in Application Insights. It helps you slice and dice the telemetry about what users are doing with your application, as well as helps you understand performance metrics.
Let me show you how easy it is to answer some basic questions by using segmentation.
We are pleased to announce two new whitepapers have landed, sharing real-world experience and research feedback.
Extracting effective permissions from TFS whitepaper and sample
Practical guidance and sample code based on extensive research to address two of the commonly heard requests on Team Foundation Server security:
How to contact the most knowledgeable people about some code?
Let’s assume for a minute that I’ve cloned the Entity Framework open source code, a bit more than half a year ago and started leveraging it. Recently I pulled the latest version,
This post was updated in July 2015 to reflect the latest changes.
Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 now has options for Android development: C++, Cordova, and C# with Xamarin. When choosing one of those Android development options, Visual Studio will also install the brand new Visual Studio Emulator for Android to use as a target for debugging your app.
I’m excited to announce Release Management for Visual Studio 2013 Update 4. This update includes several new features and performance updates that will make it easier than ever to deploy your app from development through to production. This update is the latest in a cumulative series of feature additions and bug fixes for Release Management.
One of the members of our happy ALM Family, Stuart Preston, did a great post on setting up Application Insights to an Application running from behind the firewall.
Microsoft Application Insights: Connecting from “behind the firewall”