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      6 comments  ·  Visual Studio IDE » Project  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
      Konstantin Tarkus commented  · 

      In Visual Studio 2015 projects use directory-based structure (no more lists of files in .csproj, no merge conflicts etc.) Yay!! Unfortunately this doesn't work on a solution level. And also there is no easy way to split web application projects (SPAs) into two parts - front-end and back-end. You're kinda forced to mix C#/F# and JavaScript code inside the same project :( That's personally a deal breaker for me: http://visualstudio.uservoice.com/forums/121579-visual-studio/suggestions/6761469-create-a-new-project-type-for-the-front-end-projec

      Konstantin Tarkus commented  · 

      Here is a typical front-end project template:

      http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/d65d6b29-6dd7-4100-81b1-609e5afce356

      Try to work with it from Visual Studio and from WebStorm. It will be obvious which features VS projects do currently miss.

      Konstantin Tarkus commented  · 
      Konstantin Tarkus commented  · 

      A few problems with Website project type:

      - It adds a suffix to project name, something like "App(22)", no way to rename it.
      - It doesn't have npm / bower / grunt tooling (similar how you manage NuGet packages in C# projects)
      - No way to define where you have source code, tests etc, which 3rd party libraries should be available as references (for IntelliSence) in which parts of your code.
      - Website project settings are completely irrelevant for typical front-end apps (see yeoman templates)

      For complete list of features which would be nice to have in Visual Studio see WebStorm IDE, which is currently better suited for working on front-end projects.

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            30 comments  ·  Visual Studio IDE » IDE and Editor  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
            Konstantin Tarkus commented  · 

            @BK, how would you explain the fact that this feature in ReSharper has lots of funs and many other code editors have it as well for the same reason - usability?

            Konstantin Tarkus commented  · 

            @Adam, I don't think toggling comments functionality works the way you described, rather it works like this - if there are any comment in a selected block they are removed, if not, the block is commented out.

            Konstantin Tarkus commented  · 

            @Jon, schroedl commented about assigning a custom shortcut to an existing command. But, in visual studio there is no such functionality as toggling comments (one command for both commenting and uncommenting). That's the problem!

            Konstantin Tarkus commented  · 

            @schroedl there are no an existing command in Visual Studio for toggling comments (one command for comment/uncomment). Currently you should either use ReSharper for that, or implement a custom macros which will be at least 50 lines of code long (if you need to make it work with different types of comments / files: .css, .cs, .html, .cshtml etc.)

            Konstantin Tarkus commented  · 

            @Adam "...plus you get individual control over whether or not you want to comment or uncomment" Can you describe a scenario where you personally get an advantage of such control?

            For me not being able to toggle comments with a simple shortcut looks kinda strange since most other editors have this functionality by default.

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