Nice, exactly what I was looking for!
If your action produces HttpResponseMessage or IHttpActionResult instead, you can then use the new ResponseTypeAttribute to hint Web API about the return type.
via Return types, action parameters and data annotations now available in Web API 2.1 Help Page – StrathWeb StrathWeb.
Tsk, tsk Lenovo.
The adware, named Superfish, is reportedly installed on a number of Lenovo’s consumer laptops out of the box. The software injects third-party ads on Google searches and websites without the user’s permission.
via Lenovo Caught Installing Adware On New Computers.
I was monkeying around with Resharper optimization and lost Intellisense altogether! Here’s how I got it back.
In quick launch type “Statement Completion” and choose the first one “Text Editor -> All Languages -> General” to be taken to the options page for all languages.
On the general options page in the “Statement Completion” section override whatever is in the boxes “Auto list members” and “Parameter Information” and makes those checked. Such as shown here:
via Visual Studio Fix: Intellisense Not Popping Up or Not Working « OmegaMan’s Musings.
Git, you tricky bastard.
Let’s say I first create a branch named ‘wip/foo’:
git branch wip/foo
Git will create a file named ‘foo’ in the folder .git/refs/head/wip/. Now, suppose I attempt to create a new branch named ‘wip/foo/foo-offshoot’. git will return an error:
error: unable to create directory for .git/refs/heads/wip/foo/foo-offshoot
fatal: Failed to lock ref for update: No such file or directory
via coderwall.com : establishing geek cred since 1305712800.
I’m glad I found this, I’ve really been needing/wanting it. In Bitbucket, you can press ‘F’ to bring up a quick-search dialog and type in any file name to find & jump directly to a file in the repository. Until now, I’ve been manually clicking through directories and hating every second of it! (But this is apparently old news. Using ‘.’ to open the Omnibar is the way to go now. Exact same idea, though!)
Introducing Quick File Search | Bitbucket Blog.
Need to see which branch(es) contain a Git commit? Try these commands!
List local branches that contain a commit:
git branch --contains <commit>
List remote branches that contain a commit:
git branch -r --contains <commit>
List all (local & remote) branches that a commit:
git branch -a --contains <commit>
via git – How to list branches that contain a given commit? – Stack Overflow.
After a few months off, I’ve re-added ReSharper to my toolkit. It’s a little pokey with my current solutions, though. I found some good info from JetBrains on speeding it. up. Enjoy!
Ultimate Guide to Speeding Up ReSharper (and Visual Studio) – JetBrains .NET Tools Library – Confluence.
I’ve wondered about/wanted this a few times but never enough to research. Today, I found it accidentally!
how to focus on page element : Python Selenium Webdriver | Emalis Web Development.