The Visual Studio integrated development environment (IDE) provides tools to help you create, navigate, and modify code.
Describes the features of IntelliSense, a technology that displays language references as you type.
Describes how to generate a stub for an undefined class, constructor, method, property, field, or enum.
Explains how to display the definition of a symbol in a code file stored in, or referenced by, the active project.
Shows how to insert ready-made snippets of code into project files.
Contains links to topics about how to identify, mark, and modify project code.
Shows how to add new resources to projects, and how to modify resources by using an appropriate resource editor.
Describes how to customize the editor by setting editor options.
Shows how to use Find and Replace, Bookmarks, and the Task List and Error List to locate lines of code.
Shows how to use the Toolbox and the Add Item dialog box to add controls and components to your code.
Shows how to use these tools to browse hierarchies of used and available symbols and resources.
Describes how to use Class Designer to design, view, and refactor classes and other types.