Project Migration Error – StackFlair-master

An hour back I was trying to generate a flair like StackOverflow and after a bit of research I landed up StackFlair Project by Rebecca Chernoff on GitHub. Right now I’m running Visual Studio 2013 Ultimate on my PC. I tried to start the project and it asked me to migrate. Fair enough. I did. And it didn’t go well. Threw an … Read moreProject Migration Error – StackFlair-master

ASP.NET Core Application Startup Error

So, I started one of my Application on my machine in Visual Studio 2015 and I saw this beautiful error message. The following error occurred attempting to run the DNX design time process (dnx-clr-win-x8+6.1.0.0-rc1-update1) No Connection could be made because the target machine actively refused the connection. … I thought to just ignore this error and … Read moreASP.NET Core Application Startup Error

SQL Server 2016 Release Candidate First Look

  Download is available at this link: SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) 2016     The setup file is of 634 MB which is supported across the platform : Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 7 (SP1), Windows Server 2012 (64-bit), Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit). Refer here for more details: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-in/library/mt238290.aspx   The installation UI looks a … Read moreSQL Server 2016 Release Candidate First Look

[Solved] The Backend version is not supported to design databas disgrams or tables.

I Came across this error when i got to work on some other machine with SQL Server Management Studion 2008 R2 installed. This error thrown up when I tried to modify the design of a table by right clicking on a table and selecting “Design” option. Solution: Check Database version using “SELECT @@VERSION” In my … Read more[Solved] The Backend version is not supported to design databas disgrams or tables.

Getting Started With Visual Studio Code: Part 1

Every developer has a lot to gain by using a powerful editor. Auto-complete, fast file switching and the ability to install packages for new technologies are a few of the perks that every developer enjoys utilizing. And you get all these features in Visual Studio Code. It’s lightweight and ultra-fast. It’s a fast editing experience, similar to what you get with brackets, Sublime Text and Atom while it’s debugging and integration experience is similar to what you get with Web Storm or Visual Studio.