Category Archives: dotTrace Tips&Tricks

This category includes helpful information about dotTrace’s “cool features” and other neat technical details.

ReSharper 7.0 Plug-ins

ReSharper 7.0 was only released a couple of weeks ago, and it’s a testament to the plug-in community that so many plug-ins are already up-to-date with the new version. We’re going to take a more in-depth look at some of … 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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dotTrace Performance 5.2 released!

dotTrace 5.2 Performance has just been released and ready for you to download now! This is a minor release update that includes close to a dozen bug fixes, and it also lays some ground-work for some exciting features in upcoming … Continue reading

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ReSharper 7: What’s Inside

As of now, pretty much everyone knows that ReSharper 7 will be supporting Visual Studio 2012 — in fact, ReSharper 7 EAP works with Visual Studio 2012 RC and VS11 Beta right now. Apart from that however not much is … Continue reading

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Replacing Tags and Custom Code Analysis in HTML

This is the second part of a previous post on Searching for Patterns in HTML using ReSharper 6. In the first part we covered the basics of searching for HTML tags, including the use of CSS selectors, using Structural Search … Continue reading

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dotTrace 5.0 Performance Early Access Program

As some of you may have noticed, we have recently opened the EAP for dotTrace 5.0 Performance. It was a very quiet launch for a number of reasons, but now here we are talking about the new exciting version 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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dotCover 1.1.1 and dotTrace Performance 4.5.1 Released

dotCover 1.1.1 and dotTrace Performance 4.5.1 have been released! dotCover 1.1.1 Despite the minor revision number, dotCover 1.1.1 introduces a ton of new features in the release. ReSharper 6 Integration With the recent release of ReSharper 6, we’ve been working … Continue reading

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