Ok, ReSharper has all these productivity features, but what does it really add to Visual Studio, you ask? As far as refactorings go, ReSharper not only provides more of them than Visual Studio does, but also improves existing ones. This developer’s blog post explains in detail how the task of Encapsulating fields as properties is definitely more convenient with ReSharper than without.
Also, another EAP build is out, featuring noticeable improvements in performance. Catch this link from Gabriel Lozano-MorÃ¡n – The .NET Aficionado: ReSharper 2.0.253 available
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