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Changing from vscode to Visual Studio, because new team has C# projects.
Changing ide is very painful.

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  • 0
    What was it before, and why doesn't vscode with omnisharp work?
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    @SortOfTested before it was js, python(language of cool kids). I did try to setup the vscode to work but I wasn't that much successful. Also some projects are .net framework which I have no experience in. And in VS it works by one click, which is nice but for everything else I miss vscode a lot.
    And the team has the pro license which pushed me to use it.
    May be once I get comfortable with all .net and stuff I can try the vscode again.
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    @deadx11
    I prefer rider, but if it's classic .net framework, I don't envy you 😆
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    Other worst thing about VS is when you try to search anything related to it, vscode search results keep coming up, adding more salt to your wound :(
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    @deadx11
    Its rapidly becoming legacy tech and the domain of corporate IT application maintenance.
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    I use vsc with the the C# omnisharp extension and it works without issues. If you had trouble installing the extension because of the lack of online connection, you have to download the dependencies like omnisharp, razor and the debugger, extract them in the extension installation folder and lock the installation afterward, search online for instructions. For asp.net scaffolding I use dotnet-aspnet-codegenerator and dotnet ef gives me everyrhing needed for my databases. Dotnet core has a cli, whit which you can do all things you could with vs. It's pity that you use the old framework instead of core, check the api reference, maybe you can do your stuff with core also and port your app to .Net Core.
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    @carboneum we do have stuff in core, but still some apps are in framework. To get started working quickly I didn't look much into the vscode setup. But thanks for the suggestion, I'll definitely look into it!
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    For .net framework just stay with Visual Studio, you will get used to it, it's not a hard software to work with but for sure not as easy as VS code. .
  • 0
    Just use @SortOfTested Rider is rather nice yes
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