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Do you know that you can logically organize your Azure resources by category? Once you login to Microsoft Azure portal, you can categorize them by using Tags. Tags enable you to retrieve related resources from different Resource Groups.

 

To know how to organize Azure resources using tags, let's discuss this in today's post as part of my Azure Tips and Tricks series.

Published by on under Azure | Azure Portal

Have you heard about Global Directory and Subscription Filter on the Microsoft Azure Portal? This filter allows you to select a set of Azure Subscriptions and save them as default Azure subscriptions. Using this, you will be able to better manage your resources online.

 

If you didn't hear about this subscription filtering yet, we are going to quickly discuss about it in today's Azure Tips and Tricks post.

Published by on under Azure | Azure Portal

Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 version 15.7.4 (latest version: 15.7 Update 4) is a new servicing update for Visual Studio 2017 installation. If you are running Visual Studio 2017, update to the latest version 15.7.4 to resolve a bunch of issues that has been fixed by Microsoft.

 

To get the updates, either check for update notification within the IDE or launch the Visual Studio Installer. Check out this blog post to know what has been fixed in this update build.

Published by on under CodeProject | DZone

Microsoft has released a new update to Windows Template Studio. The latest version of Windows Template Studio 2.2 includes 3D Launcher feature, Wizard enhancements, improved documentations and many bug fixes.

 

To know more about the new changes and improvements part of this release, and to learn how to install this update, continue reading the post.

Published by on under .Net | CodeProject

Microsoft today announced that the next version of Visual Studio will be named as Visual Studio 2019 and the preview version of Visual Studio 2019 can be installed side-by-side with Visual Studio 2017. Though the release dates of Visual Studio 2019 is not yet announced, but the preview version of the IDE can be expected in the coming months.

Published by on under CodeProject | DZone

An interface in TypeScript contains only the declaration of the methods and properties, but not the implementation. It is the responsibility of the class that implements the interface by providing implementation for all the members of the interface.

 

Today, in this TypeScript Tutorial, we will learn how to work with Interfaces in TypeScript. Continue reading to learn more.

Published by on under CodeProject | DZone

Just like any other OOPs supported languages, TypeScript also allows you to inherit a base class. In the last article, we learned how to create class in TypeScript. We have also learned how to create a constructor and how to instantiate a class object.

 

In this article of the TypeScript Tutorial for beginners series, we will learn how to inherit a TypeScript class. Continue reading to learn it today.

Published by on under CodeProject | DZone

Earlier in the TypeScript Tutorial series (Getting started with TypeScript) we learnt about the TypeScript configuration file, variable declaration and basic data types. I hope that was neat and clear to understand the very basics of TypeScript.

 

Today in this article, we will learn how to define a class and instantiate class object. Continue reading to learn about it today.

Published by on under CodeProject | DZone

Like JavaScript and any other languages, TypeScript also provides basic data types to handle numbers, strings etc. Some common data types in TypeScript are: number, string, boolean, enum, void, null, undefined, any, never, Array and tuple.

 

Let's learn more about these basic data types of TypeScript, which you will need to use always. Let's learn with suitable examples.

Published by on under CodeProject | DZone

In the previous few chapters of the TypeScript Tutorial series we have learned how to install TypeScript and then begin with creating a simple HelloWorld application. We have also learned about TypeScript configuration file (tsconfig.json).

 

In this chapter we will learn various ways to declare variables in TypeScript. Continue reading to learn more about it.

Published by on under CodeProject | DZone

The tsconfig.json file allows you to specify the root level files and the compiler options that requires to compile a TypeScript project. The presence of this file in a directory specifies that the said directory is the TypeScript project root.

 

In this chapter of the TypeScript Tutorial series we will learn about tsconfig.json, it's various properties and how to extend it.

Published by on under CodeProject | DZone

If you have read the previous chapter of the TypeScript Tutorial series, you have already learned how to install Node.js and TypeScript and might have already installed those. Now, it's the time to go a step further to learn how to write code in TpeScript.

 

In this article, we will learn how to create a simple HelloWorld application, compile it and run it. Continue reading to know more.

Published by on under CodeProject | DZone

TypeScript is an open-source programming language, developed and maintained by Microsoft, and hosted in GitHub. TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript and can be used to develop JavaScript applications for both client-side and server-side.

 

This post will cover how to install Node.js and then proceed with installation of TypeScript using the Node Package Manager.

Published by on under CodeProject | DZone

Visual Studio 2015 Update 2, released during //BUILD/2016 developer conference, provides an easy way to execute code directly on the Interactive Window inside the Visual Studio IDE. Along with that, the interactive window is now also capable of color highlighting.

 

Today in this blog post, we will learn how to execute code directly in the interactive window, in just a single click. Continue reading and let us know, how much you like this enhanced feature.

Published by on under DZone | Tips

You might already know that, Windows 10 insiders build 14316 is already available for fast ring Windows Insiders. Along with the other new features and improvements, Microsoft also improved the upgrade experience and update settings.

 

Today, let’s see in this small post, what are the improvements that the giant company has made in update settings. The other improvements will follow in new posts.

Published by on under DZone | Tips

If you have registered for the Windows insiders program and you are unable to receive the Windows 10 preview bits, this could be due to few issues related to configuration settings on your desktop. If you have configured your system properly but still the bits not shown in your available updates, you might have to change some settings manually.

 

In this post, I will show you the trick which will enable you to receive the bits. Do this changes with precautions. Continue reading more to learn about it.

Published by on under DZone | Tips

Microsoft now stepped one step forward to push Windows 10 to a major set of devices who are still using Windows 7 or Windows 8.x by marking the OS as “Recommended Update”. It’s still your decision whether to opt-in or opt-out. If you opt-in, you will of course get it as free.

 

It is still a right time to upgrade to Windows 10, but not mandatory. To know more about it and the upgrade process, continue reading this post.

Published by on under DZone | News

Let’s come to basics of programming today. It’s a common interview question asked during an interview and many time candidates become confused with the difference between using directive and using statement/block. Today we will cover this topic and discuss various difference among those.

 

To learn or brush up the basic concepts, continue reading more. I hope, this will clarify all your doubts. If any feedback, do share below in the comments section.

Published by on under .Net | CSharp

Serialization and deserialization of .NET objects made easy using various serializer classes that it provides. But serialization of Dictionary object is not that much easy. For this, you have to create a special Dictionary class which is able to serialize itself. The serialization technique might be different in different business cases.

 

Today, let’s discuss how to implement the same with a sample. Code is shared in the post, which you can use in your application. Continue reading and let me know if you have any other approaches.

Published by on under .Net | CodeProject