Webinar Recording: Build Your Own Extension in ReSharper 8

The recording of our October 22nd webinar with Matt Ellis and Robert Demmer, Build Your Own Extension in ReSharper 8, is now available on JetBrains YouTube Channel and JetBrains.TV.

This webinar is aimed at anyone interested in extending ReSharper. We’ll have a quick look at how to get started writing plugins, and talk about some of the more interesting extension points. Then we’ll take a walk through an example of extending ReSharper without any code, using Live Templates and Structural Search and Replace patterns, from definition to packaging and distribution. Matt’s presentation can beĀ found here.

About this webinar

ReSharper has always had many extension points for plugins to take advantage of. This webinar will look at how you can extend ReSharper not only by writing code, but also declaratively, with Live Templates, Structural Search and Replace patterns and ReSharper 8′s NuGet-based extension manager.

This webinar is aimed at anyone interested in extending ReSharper. We’ll have a quick look at how to get started writing plugins, and talk about some of the more interesting extension points. Then we’ll take a walk through an example of extending ReSharper without any code, using Live Templates and Structural Search and Replace patterns, from definition to packaging and distribution.

Matt EllisMatt Ellis is a Technical Evangelist at JetBrains. He has been a professional developer for nearly 20 years, shipping software for BBC Worldwide, BNP Paribas and Egg, the UK’s first Internet bank. He is an open source creator and contributor, owning projects such as the xUnit.net test runner for ReSharper. He believes in clean code, simplicity and standing on the shoulders of giants. 

Keep up with the latest ReSharper news on JetBrains .NET Tools Blog and on Twitter @ReSharper.

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