5 Reasons To Not Use C# IDE For TypeScript Development

CodeJourney - IDE for TypeScript

I know a few fellow devs who still use Visual Studio or Rider as their IDE for Typescript. If you’re one of them, this is going to be a little rant on you all 😄

In this short article, I will give you my 5 reasons why the backend code editor might not be the best IDE for frontend development 😉

NOTE: calling this post a “rant” is obviously humorous 😉 This article is my own opinion, not a hate on anyone using different IDEs than I do.

Write Test Progress To The Console With NUnit

NUnit: writing test progress to the console

I recently needed to write test progress to the console with NUnit. The task we want to solve here is basically the TODO part of this snippet:

public class MyTests
public void SampleTest()
// some operations here, like starting a server for tests in-memory…
// TODO: inform the 'user' (the one who runs the test) that the server is already running
while (true)
// keep it running on purpose (e.g. for E2E tests)

The title picture of this article shows the end result. If you want to know the solution, keep reading 🙂