Category Archives: How-To’s

This is a collection of use cases and scenarios (i.e. real problems solved with our .NET tools) that may be worth your attention.

Exploring .NET Core with ReSharper Ultimate

We recently started the EAP for ReSharper 9.1, and it might have been easy to miss that the EAP is not just for ReSharper, but for ReSharper Ultimate – that is, our entire .NET tools product range. Starting with ReSharper … Continue reading

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JavaScript Support in ReSharper 9

ReSharper 9 comes with plenty of JavaScript-related changes. We’ve already mentioned some of them in our TypeScript blog post and, additionally, we have a blog post on converting JavaScript to TypeScript, but now we are going to focus on JavaScript … Continue reading

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Unit Testing and Memory Profiling: Can They Be Combined?

Memory profilers can hardly be called an “everyday tool.” Typically, developers start thinking about profiling their product closer to its release. This approach may work fine until some last-minute issue like a leak or huge memory traffic crushes all your … Continue reading

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String Interning: Effective Memory Management with dotMemory

Starting with version 4.1, dotMemory offers the String duplicates inspection. The idea behind it is quite simple: it automatically checks memory for string objects with the same value. After you open a memory snapshot, you will see the list of … Continue reading

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Ways and Advantages of Migrating JavaScript Code to TypeScript

Nowadays, more and more new languages are created with the aim of providing an alternative to JavaScript. One of these languages is TypeScript. It is compiled to readable JavaScript code; its main goals are to perform type checking at compile … Continue reading

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Watch ReSharper C++ Session from JetBrains Night in London

The video recording from our JetBrains Night in London that took place on December 2nd, 2014, is now available. In this video Dmitri Nesteruk shows off ReSharper C++ which is currently available through the Early Access Program. Watch this video … Continue reading

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Webinar Recording and Q&A: What’s New in dotTrace 6

The recording of our December, 16th webinar with Maarten Balliauw, What’s New in dotTrace 6, is now available on JetBrains YouTube Channel. In this webinar Maarten explores the new dotTrace 6 release that delivers a great deal of new and exciting … Continue reading

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Live Webinars: What’s New in ReSharper 9 (Dec 11); What’s New in dotTrace 6 (Dec 16)

ReSharper 9 was just released along with dotTrace 6, dotCover 3, dotMemory 4.2 and dotPeek 1.3. As all JetBrains .NET tools now use a single installer, you can download ReSharper 9 and choose to install only ReSharper or more of our .NET tools. For a quick overview … Continue reading

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ReSharper 9 hits Beta along with other JetBrains .NET tools

Enough of early access to the family of .NET tools, it’s time for serious business! Please welcome Beta releases of ReSharper 9.0, ReSharper C++, dotCover 3.0, dotTrace 6.0, dotMemory 4.2 and dotPeek 1.3. As all of them are now available … Continue reading

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ReSharper and Visual Studio: Where do We Stand

Visual Studio keeps evolving, and ReSharper support for the Microsoft IDE is up to the challenge as usual. As a reminder, ReSharper 8.x currently supports a staggering 5 Visual Studio versions: 2005, 2008, 2010, 2012, and 2013. It’s only been … Continue reading

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