Automatic Implementation of Interfaces

videoIt’s been a while since I’ve posted a video on this site because I only do videos for things that are better explained by showing you how something works.  Most of what we’ve been looking at is code, which is better explained by using… well… just code.

But today, we need to SHOW you a feature of Visual Studio that will allow you to implement your interfaces a lot faster than you are probably use to.  In fact, I would be willing to bet that most of you don’t even know that this feature is here.

So….

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  • http://www.electricbiro.co.uk Rob

    Thanks for the tip, although I already knew about it. I wasn’t quite sure of the use for explict.

    What software are you using to do your videos?