With Tabs Studio the user is able to better manage all open documents in Visual Studio, grouped and organized most efficiently. This Visual Studio add-in supports the latest VS versions and will especially come handy when you open many tabs at once.
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Intellisense is a programmer's best friend. The framework is too big to memorize, but Intellisense can make finding things manageable. Extend Intellisense into your own code with XML comments in Visual Studio 8 and 9.
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The Visual C++ 2005 IDE team made two painful cuts in Beta 2 related to the Class Designer and IDE Click Once support. Read up on these significant changes and find out how C++/CLI programmers can still take advantage of ClickOnce to deploy their applications.
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