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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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AngularJS support for ReSharper

In case you haven’t already been introduced, AngularJS is a popular JavaScript framework for creating dynamic web applications. It provides many of the services required to build such applications, not the least of which is a declarative approach to updating … Continue reading

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ReSharper SDK Adventures Part 9 — Update notifications

Welcome to another part of the ReSharper SDK Adventures! One of the problems that many plugin developers face is in being able to update their plugins after they are released, so in this post we’ll take a look at how … Continue reading

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CatelR# – a niche plugin for the Catel framework

Most ReSharper plugins provide general-purpose services – spell checking, style enforcement, unit testing, code generation or context actions for XAML, string manipulation or code quality. The focus is wide, either concentrating on multiple file types or multiple analyses. The CatelR# … Continue reading

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Agent Mulder – supporting IoC in ReSharper

The almost pervasive use of IoC containers in modern-day enterprise apps presents a special challenge to ReSharper. After all, how can ReSharper possibly know that a type, which for all intents and purposes appears to be unused, is actually configured … Continue reading

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ReSharper plugins for unit testing – MSpec, xUnit.net and Silverlight

ReSharper provides comprehensive support for running and debugging unit tests. Out of the box, it works with NUnit and Microsoft’s Visual Studio Unit Testing Framework (henceforth mstest for brevity) for .Net languages, and supports QUnit and Jasmine for JavaScript. The … Continue reading

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R2P: A General-Purpose ReSharper Plugin

R2P (short for ‘Refactoring to Patterns’) is a plugin that embodies a collection of features of a fairly experimental nature. It does not have a single theme but, rather, tries to do different things in different areas of ReSharper. Let’s … Continue reading

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ReSpeller: A Spell-Checking Plugin for ReSharper

Those of you who have worked with IntelliJ IDEA and related products know that all those IDEs have incorporated a built-in spell checker for a very long time. With ReSharper, the situation is slightly different in that we have several … Continue reading

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Introducing ForTea – a T4 templating plugin for ReSharper

T4 files have sometimes suffered from a lack of love. It’s brilliant that Visual Studio provides an ASP.NET-like template language in the box with Visual Studio, but there is not much support – for example, there is no syntax colouring … Continue reading

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ReSharper SDK Adventures Part 8 — Expression factoring improved

In the previous part of the SDK Adventures, we started work on a factoring context action for mathematical expressions. We did quite a bit of work to get the factoring algorithm off the ground, but there’s yet more to be … Continue reading

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