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Sometimes you would like to start IIS Express without hitting the F5 or Shift F5 in Visual Studio. This is especially helpful when you would like to run integration, performance or load tests continuously on your own machine. To enable this scenario you need to start IIS Express as a background process, otherwise the load or performance test will hang. One of the possibilities to achieve this is PowerShell.

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Admittedly, I’m not UI expert. Even the world of HTML, JavaScript and CSS is interesting I have again and again the same problems. Some of my problem is, that I like to make the things quickly. And CSS and HTML is often repetitive try and error task.

One of products I’m working on is using Telerik’s Kendo UI. It is nice, but sometimes not so intuitive and not very well documented, product suite.

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Ok, don’t be cross with me, I know the comments aren’t clean code. But sometimes we need them. ReSharper templates is excellent possibility to write your comments quicker and personalized so you can ask the next time: “hey guy what did you meant with this?”.

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NuGet is just great tool for the managing third-party assemblies in your Visual Studio projects. If you are using the ReSharper and you are using a type that isn’t referenced in the current project but in another one, ReSharper will offer to add new reference just with the one click. In the case of NuGet, those assemblies are indeed referenced from the right location, but are not using the packages.config metadata file, which is essential for the NuGet to know which assemblies are referenced by what project.

But is seems there is already for a couple of time a solution for this. JetBrains (the company behind ReSharper) released plugins for ReSharper 7.1 and 8.0.

If you want to know more details about the issue read here.