Category Archives: dotPeek Tips&Tricks

Introducing dotPeek 1.2 Early Access Program

It has been a while since dotPeek, our free .NET decompiler, received its latest update, but that doesn’t mean we put it aside. Today we’re ready to launch the dotPeek 1.2 Early Access Program that introduces a substantial set of … Continue reading

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Videos from JetBrains .NET Tools Evening in Prague

The video recordings from our JetBrains .NET Tools Evening in Prague are now available for your viewing pleasure. The December 18th event was a great success and we are already considering future cities. We would like to thank Dmitri Nesteruk … Continue reading

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dotTrace 5.5 EAP: Introducing Subsystems

This happens to be a hot week for JetBrains .NET tools, as today we are opening the Early Access Progam for dotTrace 5.5 Performance. Please feel free to grab the latest build of our performance profiler. And here are the … Continue reading

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Creating plugins for dotPeek

In a previous post, we’ve seen that dotPeek supports creating and loading plugins. The NuGet plugin for dotPeek is a good example to demonstrate how to get started creating plugins for dotPeek. Sources for this plugin are available on GitHub. … Continue reading

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Meet dotTrace 5.3.2 Performance with CLR 4.5 support

Today we are happy to announce availability of a new maintenance release of our .NET performance profiler. Please feel free to download and try the latest dotTrace 5.3.2 Performance. Starting from this update dotTrace Performance supports the latest version of … Continue reading

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Peeking into NuGet packages with dotPeek

Using dotPeek, we can peek into assemblies by downloading symbols or by decompiling them. Out of the box, we can also open NuGet packages stored locally. But what about NuGet packages that we haven’t downloaded yet? Well… there’s a plugin … Continue reading

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dotTrace SDK: An API for Your Performance Needs!

As of version 5 of dotTrace Performance we started shipping as part of the package, an SDK which allowed us to programmatically make use of dotTrace Performance engine. We are excited to announce that we are now offering this as … Continue reading

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dotTrace Performance receives Jolt Productivity Award

We’re happy to announce that dotTrace Performance received Jolt Productivity Award as a leading developer utility! Starting from 1991, the Dr. Dobb’s Jolt Product Excellence & Productivity Awards are presented annually to showcase products that have made the task of … Continue reading

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ReSharper 6.1, dotCover 1.2 and dotTrace 4.5.2 Performance Released

Christmas is only a few days away and we’ve decided to celebrate it a little earlier by releasing not one, but all three of our main .NET tools: ReSharper 6.1, dotCover 1.2 and dotTrace 4.5.2 Performance. ReSharper 6.1 As covered … Continue reading

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dotTrace: Profiling decompiled code

As you might know, dotPeek is our Free Decompiler which is currently available under the EAP program. The core engine for dotPeek is also included in ReSharper 6, allowing us to navigate and analyze assemblies for which we do not … Continue reading

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