Author Archives: Dmitri Nesteruk

Type Dependency Diagrams in ReSharper 9

In ReSharper 8, we introduced the concept of Architecture Tools as ways of visualizing the state of module dependencies in your solution. In ReSharper 9, we have augmented these tools with an ability to visualize class dependencies too. Dependencies between … Continue reading

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Navigation Improvements in ReSharper 9

As is customary, every new version of ReSharper comes with improvements across the board, so in this blog post we are going to focus on Navigation and related features. Universal Alt+Enter Let’s face it: Alt+Enter is a primary shortcut in … Continue reading

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Bulk Fixes and Refactorings in ReSharper 9

One of the key aspects of ReSharper’s operations is the ability to perform changes in bulk — for example, a bulk option to remove unused using directives can affect hundreds of files, while preserving the overall integrity of the solution. In … Continue reading

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Another ReSharper 9 EAP build: now with ReSharper C++

We’ve already hinted before at the fact that ReSharper for C++ Early Access Program went public. In the second ReSharper 9 EAP build we’ve added dotPeek to the install bundle, and in this latest EAP, ReSharper for C++ is also … Continue reading

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Regular Expression Support in ReSharper 9

If you’ve ever used regular expressions in practice, chances are you’ve been dismayed at their cryptic nature and frustrated by having to download a separate application just to make heads or tails of them. Well, in ReSharper 9, we are … Continue reading

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Introducing the ReSharper 9 Early Access Program

As many of you may have noted, there’s quite a lot of things happening in the land of .NET right now. The introduction of Roslyn and C# 6, the new ASP.NET, the forthcoming release of Visual Studio 14 and many … Continue reading

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More TypeScript Support in ReSharper 8.2

When we announced TypeScript Support in ReSharper 8.1, we promised you a lot more to come. It’s time to deliver on that promise. Here are some of the things we’ve added in ReSharper 8.2: Support for generics as well as … Continue reading

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JavaScript Improvements in ReSharper 8.1

With JavaScript’s continuous rise to fame, it only makes sense for us to continue improving JS support in ReSharper. The following is an exposition of some of the new ways in which ReSharper 8.1 makes JavaScript coding faster as well … Continue reading

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Visual Studio 2013 Support in ReSharper 8.1

This year we’ve seen something unprecedented: the release cycle for Visual Studio has shrunk to just one year, and Visual Studio 2013 came out with some pretty serious improvements across the board. ReSharper, as you can imagine, always tries to … Continue reading

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Architecture Tools: Improvements in ReSharper 8.1

In ReSharper 8, we brought out an entirely new feature called Architecture Tools (or, alternatively, Project Dependency Analysis). The goal of the Architecture Tools is simple: to let users visualize and manipulate the structure of their solution. In ReSharper 8.1, … Continue reading

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