Open Data Protocol Visualizer Sign in to write a review Sort by: by Pasce | December 12 2012 Great tool - very helpful to document OData APIs. Doesn't install properly! I can't see the View In Diagram after installing the Extension.
The installation package includes Users View Sidekick, Code Review Sidekick, Shelveset Sidekick, Labels Sidekick, History Sidekick, Workspace Sidekick, Permission Sidekick and Status Sidekick in stand-alone application. To enable Visual Studio 2013 integration, please install VSIX Visual Studio Integration Package with all Sidekicks integrated, Search Items dialog and dynamic History functionality. Note that version 5.0 is compatible only with Visual Studio 2013 and Team Foundation Server 2013 client binaries. Please use prior versions of Sidekickas for prior versions of Visual Studio (2005/2008/2010) Download MSI installation package for stand-alone application (version 5.0, build from 24-Dec-2013) Corporation - Downloads
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Note Scott Hanselman (me): I had been meaning to write up my productivity tips for years. Isn't that ironic? However, after giving a presentation at SXSW on Productivity this year, Danny Schreiber from Zapier took it upon himself to do just that. I had no idea that Danny did this until I saw he shared his very excellent write up on the Zapier Blog. It is also reproduced here with Danny's permission.
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Rahien In my previous post, I started to go over the go-raft implementation, after being interrupted by the need to sleep, I decided to go on with this, but I wanted to expand a bit first about the issue we discussed earlier, not checking the number of bytes read in log_entry’s Decode. Let us assume that we actually hit that issue, what would happen? The process goes like this, we try to read a value, but the Read method only return some of the information. We explicitly ignore that, and try to use the buffer anyway. Best case scenario, we are actually getting an error, so we bail early.