It’s common today to use the CTRL+W in various applications including most web browsers.
If you’ve used Visual Studio you’ve probably noticed that this keyboard shortcut does not work when trying to close the currently opened tab.
In this article, I’ll show you how you can easily configure Visual Studio to close the currently opened tab.
If you work JSON documents, I’m sure you’ve probably had to create a class file from a JSON string. Doing this manually can be a real pain in the proverbial, especially if you are working with a large JSON document. It can also be very error-prone. Therefore it’s best to automate this conversion.
In this post I’ll show you how to automatically generate a class file from a JSON string using a little known feature built into Visual Studio.
When trying to open a Visual Studio solution, I encountered the following error.
C:\myFilePath\myService.Service.csproj : error : The Web Application Project XXXXXX.Service is configured to use IIS. IIS is not installed on this computer. To access local IIS Web sites, you must install the following IIS components: Internet Information Services IIS 6 Metabase and IIS 6 Configuration Compatibility ASP.NETIn addition, you must run Visual Studio in the context of an administrator account.For more information, press F1.