Learn how to apply quick actions with the new Visual Studio 2105 light bulb feature. It monitors your code and suggests edits that can fix code errors or improve your code. Walt also shows how to use light bulbs to start refactoring the code.
- You can't work in Visual Studio 2015 for very long…without seeing the light bulb tool appear.…It can appear in various places in the code editor.…I can make one appear in my code here in this Tour class,…by moving up to one of these using statement lines.…Look over in the margin, you'll see there's…a yellow light bulb over there.…That is the light bulb.…It's also called a quick action.…It's purpose is to provide suggestions for quick actions…in my code, and suggest edits that can fix code errors,…or it can also suggest refactoring ideas.…
So let's see what kind of ideas it has for me.…I'll move over here, put my arrow…over top of the light bulb, and then I get a drop-down,…and it shows me the one choice I have:…to remove unnecessary usings.…So what does that mean?…Well, if you look, I've got all these namespaces,…but I'm not using any of the types…in those namespaces, except the Math class.…So, lines two through five are not being used.…So, if I remove those, it just cleans up my code.…
So let's do the action.…
- Exploring the code editor window and default settings
- Commenting code
- Using hover tips and IntelliSense
- Tracking changes
- Refactoring code
- Formatting and arranging code
- Navigating and inspecting code
- Using the Task List
- Working with snippets and smart tags
Skill Level Beginner
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