- Visual Studio 2012 Color Theme Editor extension! This extension provides you with seven new color themes to choose from as well as the ability to easily create new custom themes.
- All Caps Menu Options Allows you to turn all caps in menu titles on and off in the Visual Studio options dialog.
- AttachTo Adds "Attach to IIS/IIS Express/NUnit" commands to the Tools menu.
Microsoft is pleased to announce the latest release of SSDT Power Tools! We continue to use power tools to get early versions of experiences or quick features to you and we’re always interested in hearing your feedback. This release of the tools (Version 1.3) builds on the previous release. This release of the power tools is only compatible with the newest update for SQL Server Data Tools. First, get the SSDT – September 2012 update for Visual Studio 2010 or Visual Studio 2012 here: SSDT for Visual Studio 2012: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/jj650015 SSDT for Visual Studio 2010: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/jj650014 For the first time, this power tools release provides a version of the power tools for Visual Studio 2012 in addition to the version for Visual Studio 2010. They are separate installs that you can grab here: SSDT Power Tools for Visual Studio 2010 SSDT Power Tools for Visual Studio 2012 Requirements: SQL Server 2008 Service Pack 1 http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=20302
You assign an assembly a strong name by associating the assembly with a pair of 1,024-bit cryptographic public and private keys. The actual process varies slightly, depending on whether the developer has access to the private key. In larger, security-oriented corporations, most developers do not have access to the private key. Instead, only a few members of a final QA or security team can access the private key. Read on to learn more about signing code assemblies. [More]