Quick Tip: Visual Studio 2013 Using Navigate To

One of the new productivity features in Visual Studio 2013 is called Navigate To. This productivity feature allows you to search for objects, definitions, or references in your solution without having to open the Solution Explorer. Unlike the old Navigate dialog box this new way allows a preview of your code. In this post we will take a look at how to use the Navigate To feature.
With the Kentico solution open and no other windows open use the keyboard shortcut CTRL + , (comma key) and this opens a search box open as shown in the following screenshot.

If we start typing Webpart we can see the list of resources available as shown in the following screenshot.

What’s nice is that you can easily scroll and see each code resource within the list as shown in the following screenshot.
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