In this featured community post by .NET freelancer Pierre Belin, discover techniques to enhance your C# codebase's consistency using the EditorConfig standard. Adding a single
.editorconfig file to your .NET projects allows you to enforce coding styles and configure hints, errors, warnings, and more.
Here's a preview from the perspective of the author:
I'm sure you've already worked on a project where each developer had their preferred naming convention, leading to inconsistent code. It's a real pain...
Fortunately, Visual Studio integrates the
.editorconfig file to share the same naming convention between all project developers.
Head over to Pierre's article for insight on using EditorConfig to enhance the Visual Studio development experience.
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