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      ReSharper 5.0 Released

      Along with VS2010 JetBrains released new version of favourite tool ReSharer 5.0

      Compared to previous versions, ReSharper 5.0 has evolved in four major directions:

      1. Web Development. We have greatly extended the toolset available to ASP.NET developers when they work with markup files and web site infrastructure. ASP.NET MVC developers get a bonus in additional code inspections, syntax highlighting, navigation, and code completion for controllers and actions.
      2. Project Maintenance. ReSharper becomes a valuable assistant not only to individual developers but to teams working with large, complicated projects. It helps them view, change and maintain project structure.
      3. Support for Visual Studio 2010. ReSharper 5.0 provides support for the new Visual Studio version earlier than ever. Of course, Visual Studio 2005 and 2008 are supported, too.
      4. Code Analysis. This area incorporates several improvements, including "plainly" implementing a substantial pack of new code inspections; the opportunity to get an overview of all code smells in solution; upgrading foreach and for loops to LINQ queries; and letting you track how data values and method calls are passed through your code.

      Other enhancements include extended IntelliSense, bookmarking, native NUnit support, and more.

      Find out how ReSharper 5.0 compares to ReSharper 4.5, and download ReSharper 5

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      Posted: Apr 18 2010, 18:08 by dczupek | Comments (0) RSS comment feed |
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