Get ReSharper 7.0 Beta!

Posted on by Jura Gorohovsky

The new ReSharper major release feels so much closer now as we’re making available ReSharper 7.0 Beta that you’re all invited to download and try.

As announced previously, ReSharper 7.0 adds support for Visual Studio 2012, an extensive WinRT development toolset, new code hierarchy views and refactorings, an improved Generate menu, fresh code inspections and quick-fixes. It also introduces or improves support for a variety of languages and technologies, such as JavaScript, XAML, ASP.NET and ASP.NET MVC, LightSwitch, and SharePoint.

As you play with the Beta, please let us know if anything feels wrong or slow. You can contact ReSharper support, file a bug report, fill out this feedback form, or simply add comments to this blog post. There’s also the “ReSharper Misbehaves” icon in Visual Studio to help you quickly submit feedback without getting too far from the IDE.

Enjoy the Beta, and get ready for the final release!

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3 Responses to Get ReSharper 7.0 Beta!

  1. Marius says:

    July 12, 2012

    Does this mean that when you download the beta from the jetbrains.com site you get r# in release mode while if you download an EAP you still get it in the mode with the exception catcher?

  2. Jura Gorohovsky says:

    July 12, 2012

    @Marius Yes this is correct. Among other things, releasing a Beta without catching exceptions and additional logging helps us make better estimates on overall performance of the product.

  3. Pratik says:

    July 12, 2012

    Thanks for this great product!

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