ASP.NET MVC developers spend a lot of time moving between their controllers and matching views. Here's a few keyboard shortcuts that can help speed up that process.
- [Instructor] ASP.net MVC developers spend…a lot of time moving between their controllers…and matching views.…Here's a keyboard chart that that can help…speed up that process.…For this example, I'll open my home controller,…and then I'll put my cursor…in this action method call contact.…Right-click and show you this context menu.…Go to view,…and it has this keyboard shortcuts…Control M and Control G.…So let's use it.…Move down here,…put my cursor back in that method,…use the keystroke.…
Visual studio switches me over to the Contact.cshtml file.…I make some edits,…do whatever work I need to do here,…spend half an hour working on the code.…Now I'm ready to go back to the controller.…I use the same keystrokes Control M Control G,…and then I return back to the controller.…I'll put my cursor in the about action method,…use the keystroke to move the appropriate view.…You know what, before I move back,…I want to close the home controller…so it's not open anymore.…
Then I'll do the keystroke,…and you'll see that it returns me to the home controller…
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