Days of ReSharper: 14/31

Posted on by Mikhail Kropotov

Joe White provides free ReSharper training to all those interested (and keeps us, the ReSharper team, on our toes) with his 31 Days of ReSharper.
Each post is a How-To of a particular segment of features, full of tips and tricks and other useful info. Posts occasionaly include comparison analysis and mini-case-studies from Joe’s personal and corporate development experience.
It is now Day 13, with 14 total posts, since a programmer’s counter starts from 0 😉
The following 7 posts have been added:
Day 7: Code formatting – how to format as you type, formatting entire file, and so on;
Day 8: Find Usages – finding usages, filtering for “get” and “set” usages… interesting discussion about the Find Results tree;
Day 9: Parameter Info – the ins and outs of using ReSharper’s parameter info;
Day 10: Go To Type – one of the most time-saving features (also see our own Go To Type how-to);
Day 11: Code navigation – Navigate From Here context menu, Go to Declaration, and gutter icons. Some useful info there; for the rest of navigation features, see these Navigation & Search feature descriptions (although Joe probably has more coming in this section);
Day 12: Type Hierarchy view – the dirty lowdown on using the nifty Type Hierarchy view.
Day 13: File Structure view – useful for sorting methods, handling regions, and more.
We don’t know if you are on schedule so far, Joe, but each post is a great read, so keep it up 🙂

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3 Responses to Days of ReSharper: 14/31

  1. Joey Beninghove says:

    February 16, 2007

    These are great. Glad see R# is continuing to get the attention it deserves. It truly is the #1 must have tool for those of us stuck with the VS IDE.

    Oh, and a while back, I posted some of my collection of Live Templates I’ve created. They are such great time-savers.

    Keep up the good work!


    PS – When are you guys going to create us .NET’ers a killer .NET IDE with all that R# goodness baked in? 🙂

  2. Jeff C. says:

    February 27, 2007

    >> When are you guys going to create us .NET’ers a killer .NET IDE with all that R# goodness baked in?

    I know I read about this here:

    But I googled and searched the JetBrains site and could not find any more updates on their plans to do a .NET IDE

    Can someone from JetBrains comment on this.

  3. dstennett says:

    February 27, 2007

    Hello Jeff:

    In short, the IDE is on the back-burner. I will blog about this in the coming week or two in order to give a full-update of why it’s on the back-burner. More on this when time permits.



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