C# How To Run C# Code Inside Sublime Text

Hey folks, I want to share a tip. Sublime Text is my favorite for quick scripts, text editing and doing other scripting things or anything which doesn’t require a whole IDE. I love the speed too much and it is super-fast. In the process, I found that you can run C# scripts too, right from inside the Sublime Text, like you can run JavaScript. This is what I will brief you about:
Sometime back, I wrote on configuring Sublime Text for JavaScript too. Here’s the link, if you want to learn:
Ok, let’s start. The process is simple. You need to have an executable file, which Sublime Text will use to execute the scripts.
For C#, we will use scriptcs. Like NodeJS can run JavaScript, scriptcs runs C#. You can write and execute an Application with only one line of code.

Steps to configure Sublime Text for executing C# codes
Step 1: Install scriptcs

In order to install scriptcs, you need to have chocolatey. Chocolatey is a package manager for Windows.

You can install it in two ways:
  1. Using the command prompt (cmd.exe): Run the command, given below in the console:
    1. @powershell -NoProfile -ExecutionPolicy Bypass -Command “iex ((new-object net.webclient).DownloadString(‘https://chocolatey.org/install.ps1’))” && SET PATH=%PATH%;%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\chocolatey\bin
  2. Using Powershell : Run either of the following commands
    1. iex ((newobject net.webclient).DownloadString(‘https://chocolatey.org/install.ps1’))
    2. iwr https://chocolatey.org/install.ps1 -UseBasicParsing | iex  

    There’s a chance you will get an error while running the script due to a Powershell Execution policy. By default, it is set to “Restricted” to prevent the harmful scripts from running. You can check the current execution policy by running “Get-ExecutionPolicy” command in Powershell.

If you encounter this error, set the execution policy to “RemoteSigned” and run the installation command again. Use the command given below:
  1. Set-ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned
 Make sure you start the Powershell console in Administrator mode, otherwise the change will not take place.

 

 

Read full article here on C# Corner:

http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/article/how-to-run-c-sharp-code-inside-sublime-text/

Happy learning 🙂

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Presented on Javascript Best Practices

Today we organized a user group meet at C# Corner – Delhi Chapter with sessions based on  MVC, Azure, JavaScript and AngularJS. I spoke on JavaScript Best Practices. Much appreciate the learning spirit of the attendees as they made it out even in the rain. Hats off to you guys! We discussion the DOs and DONTs of common programming constructs in JavaScript.

Sunny

It was great learning and fun again 🙂

Hope to have another one on Node.js very soon.

Happy learning 🙂

 

 

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RealTime Pulse Monitor Using SignalR And Ignite UI igSparkline

Hey folks. Here I’m sharing a real time heart rate monitor app that I’ve created using SignalR and Ignite UI igSparkline chart. Ignite UI is so cool and comes in very handy when building adaptable UI for Line of Business applications.
Here’s an article, on Getting Started with Ignite UI igGrid from my recent posts:

Download the sample code for this demo from my GitHub Repo:

HeartRate Monitor Using SignalR & igSparkline.

Below is a snapshot of what I’ve built:

snapshot

Prerequisite: Install Infragistics Ignite UI, if you haven’t installed it yet. (Alternatively, you can use CDN versions of JS scripts and CSS files referred). Here, I assume that you have an idea on how SignalR works.

Create an empty ASP.NET project.

empty ASP.NET project
Add SignalR using Nuget.

 

Read the full article here @ C# Corner

 

Happy Learning 🙂

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Getting Started with Ignite UI igGrid

I received an Infragistics Ultimate subscription yesterday and I’m really happy about it. It is gifted to every C# Corner MVP. Thank you Casey McGuigan, Infragistics, for the lovely gift and C# Corner for making it happen.

 

and I was like,
Thus, I happily headed to Infragistics.com, redeemed my coupon and I had the subscription activated in my account. I can explore a whole bunch of applications. They offer a wide range of intuitive UI tools. “JavaScript / HTML5” controls are my first love here and I’m gonna explore them first.

From the list of available downloads, I chose “Ignite UI 2016 Vol.1 Complete Bundle”. I downloaded and installed it. To proceed, go to your Program Files > Infragistics > 2016.1 > Ignite UI folder.

Happy Learning 🙂

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