Find the source repo on GitHub and learn where to learn more about using GitHub within Visual Studio.
- [Walt] During this course, I'll show code examples in some of the videos. To ensure the code is up-to-date, I'll host a sample code here on GitHub. That means if you want to follow along, you'll need to clone my repo on your computer. I've added some videos to the end of the course to show you the way I use GitHub from Visual Studio. You can find these videos in the Setting Up Your Environment chapter. If you are comfortable using Git and GitHub, then jump right into the tips. Whether you are a veteran GitHub user or not, there's one more detail to know.
That's the name of the repo for this course. Let's find it. I'll go to my repositories. Today, it's the top of my list. The name of the repo is VisualStudio.WebDeveloper.Tips. Now let's start exploring some tips.
- Configuring settings to suggest best NuGet packages for a project
- Configuring Browser Link and the extension
- Viewing SVG files in the IDE
- Using the Zen Coding expander to enter HTML
- Essential extensions, including Markdown Editor and Spell Checker