How to get back the old Console Project in .NET 6

Visual Studio Console Project

Since .NET 6, Microsoft has changed the template for the console project. From now on, the console template will use top-level statements. Using new features like global usings and file-scoped namespaces, .NET allows you to write the code statements directly without boilerplate code. Most programmers hate this new project style that removes the Main method and the default using statements. … Read more

Enable Hot Reload in Visual Studio 2022

Hot Reload

Hot Reload is one of the coolest features of the newly released Visual Studio 2022. It enables to apply code changes in debug mode or while is running, without rebuilding the application. For me, this is a huge time saver. When I modify a windows forms application, I hit ALT+F10(hot reload shortcut) and my application is modified. You can set … Read more

What’s new in Visual Studio 2022?

Visual Studio 2022

Visual Studio 2022 was announced, so I decided to install it to see the new features. The first Visual Studio 64-bit Until this year, Visual Studio only supported the 32-bit variant. A 32-bit process can only take up 2 GB of memory. This was a major limitation for Visual Studio. One small problem with this feature, by the community, which … Read more