[dba-VS] VS 2012 and Silverlight 5 Business Apps design time and XAML authoring in VS2012 in general
gustav at cactus.dk
Sun Oct 4 05:22:00 CDT 2015
I can't tell, but I noticed with VS2012, that if I hit the Debug menu, "something" behind the scene happened for 5-10 seconds. That behaviour wasn't carried over to VS2015 even on the same projects. None of these were Silverlight projects though.
Also, I believe that VS2015 can coexist with VS2012, so it should be safe to try - at least you can create a system restore point to revert to.
Fra: dba-VS <dba-vs-bounces at databaseadvisors.com> på vegne af Salakhetdinov Shamil <mcp2004 at mail.ru>
Sendt: 4. oktober 2015 10:03
Til: Development in Visual Studio
Emne: [dba-VS] VS 2012 and Silverlight 5 Business Apps design time and XAML authoring in VS2012 in general
Hi All --
Have you noticed that VS2012 is working in "semi-hanging" mode when authoring XAML in VS2012? By "semi-hanging" I mean that almost every action of editing and saving XAML makes VS2012 unoperational (not reacting on mouse clicks etc.) for a few seconds, intellisense stops working etc.etc. - after working with plain WinForms' projects where everything happens instantly I'm getting a bit crazy about this "feature". BTW, relatively small Silvelight Business Apps (former WCF RIA Services) solutions do take between between 10 and 20+ seconds for compilation/building - because of background code generation I guess taking that much time on every compilation cycle...
I have Intel i7, 12GB. And as I have noticed on the same system, the same time in parallel VS2012 instances WinForms projects are flying...
Should I switch to Win10 and/or VS2015 ASAP?
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