Tips & tricks

Go to recent tab in Chrome

For a long time I have been searching for such feature in Chrome, but I could not find anything default. And it was difficult to understand, as it is so obvious for a developer. Windows has it (Alt + Tab), Resharper has it (Ctrl + ,), visual studio without plugins has it, same to Sublime Text, vim etc. But not Chrome, a default development tool for most of web developers. At the same time there are extensions, but most of them work far from what I expect. Below I would like to share what useful I have found. Both are fine, but for sure not flawless.

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Command line: VIM

Vim for .NET – flickering omnicomplete problem

Since the beginning of my journey with vim I have experienced a problem with flickering screen. After a several tries with Google it turned out that it’s mostly about vim omnicomplete, and even more specifically Omnisharp-vim preview functionality.

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Command line: VIM

Vim for .NET – Move type to another file

When I started my journey with VIM for .NET, I tried to find VIM alternatives of common shortcuts/refactorings that I used in Visual Studio. Surprisingly I noticed that most of them were already there (Searching, Go To Definition, Find usages, create class etc). The one I had a real problem with was “Move type to another file”. I really like the idea that I can create all the types in one file and then use some shortcut (with ReSharper: Alt + Enter) to distribute them to their own files. As I could not find any existing plugin (which is really strange) I took it as a good time to try myself in writing vimscript. It turned out that it was pretty easy exercise. Here you can find the script that you can append to _vimrc to enable the feature.

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