ReSharper 6 is Released!
We are extremely happy to announce the release of the new ReSharper: please download ReSharper 6 right now.
The features however aren’t limited to just new language support. Earlier in the year, we announced our new decompiler, which is built in to the core of ReSharper 6, providing integrated decompiling inside Visual Studio. Built on the philosophy of external sources, ReSharper 6 facilitates navigation of source code, whether it belongs to our solution, the .NET framework or any third party library. We also announced the availability of a new free standalone decompiler tool, which is currently in Early Access Program.
ReSharper 6 also provides a wealth of rich features for all language lovers. From new in-place refactorings, to enhancements in navigation and unit testing, new code transformations, code inspections for C#, improved XAML support, ReSharper 6 provides something for everyone.
If you prefer watching over reading about the new features, here’s a fresh screencast for you:
Also, we have previously blogged about some of the new features of ReSharper 6, and we’ll be keep doing that after release.
We truly hope you enjoy this new release and know that we have already started working on the next version. As always, we’d love to hear your feedback.
Last but not least, if you’re after regular tips and tricks on ReSharper and release cycle news, don’t forget to follow ReSharper on twitter.
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