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T4Editor updated for Visual Studio 2022

Support has been added for the Visual Studio 2022 (18.x), this includes the Community, Enterprise and Pro editions. Get it from the marketplace or just download it right into Visual Studio via the Extensions context menu.

.NET Core Tutorial: Using the ServiceCollection Extension Pattern II: Pass options using the Options Pattern

In a previous post I demonstrated how to use to ServiceCollection Extension Pattern and how this prevents a bloated ConfigureServices() pipeline. In this follow up you will learn how to pass additional information to your implementation. Consider the following extension method that adds your project containing some services: As seen in the previous post, we … Continue reading .NET Core Tutorial: Using the ServiceCollection Extension Pattern II: Pass options using the Options Pattern

.NET Core Tutorial: Using the ServiceCollection Extension Pattern

If you have worked on applications (in .NET Core) you should know how Dependency Injection (DI) is supported and is applied for your services. This is straight forward and not so hard at all. Just add them to the IServiceCollection in the ConfigureServices() pipeline in the startup.cs file. Considering a N-Tier architrecture, where our Startup.cs … Continue reading .NET Core Tutorial: Using the ServiceCollection Extension Pattern

T4Editor VS2019 Extension: Syntax highlighting for T4 Templates

Several developers complain about the lack of a proper T4 editor experience, as everything is just shown as plain text. See my other T4 tutorials to see the regular T4 text files in the header image. I created a Visual Studio extension called T4Editor that adds colors to different blocks in you code. You can … Continue reading T4Editor VS2019 Extension: Syntax highlighting for T4 Templates

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