Category: Tools

The 5 best Visual Studio extensions, I can’t code without

Visual Studio Marketplace recently hit a major milestone – 1 million page views and 250K unique users! The community is expanding rapidly, with 740 publishers and 711 public extensions available in the marketplace today. Visual Studio is a great IDE,… Read More

Useful Developer Tools #3 – Final Android Resizer

When developing for Android you quickly come to a point where you need images rezised for different screen densities. While most icons you can download comes in different sizes, creating own images could take much time if you need… Read More

Useful Developer Tools #2: Random User Generator

Need some demo data for your mocks? You should try out the Random User Generator that does exactly what you would expect from a tool with this name: It generates a detailed user profile including a picture, address,… Read More

Useful Developer Tools #1: Adobe Color Wheel

Welcome to the first part of our “Useful Developer Tools” series. We would like to present you a set of small tools that makes a developer’s life easier and their results better. Today we want to start with… Read More

Xamarin .gitignore

If you use git as source control for your Xamarin project, you might not want everything but only the necessary files to be commited. Unfortunately most auto-generated .gitignore files like the one from GitHub for example don’t contain… Read More

My Visual Studio solution won’t build although it should. What can I do?

Visual Studio is undoubtedly the best development environment you could get your hands on – but sometimes it can drives you crazy. Espacially in these cases where you know that a project should build but it doesn’t no matter… Read More

Beautify Chome’s JSON Viewer

If you use Google’s Chrome browser to test and develop web applications you might have noticed that the default JSON output is always unformatted. This can often lead to an output like this:

To avoid this mess, Gildas… Read More

Hey Git, why don’t you ignore my recently added .gitignore paths?

In projects with a Git source control you often need to tell your repository to ignore changes to specific files that you don’t want to upload to the server and spread them over to other team members. Typical… Read More