Category Archives: ReSharper Tips&Tricks

This category includes helpful information about ReSharper’s “cool features” and other neat technical details.

Navigate to text in a solution with Go to Text in ReSharper

Navigating within a solution is easy with ReSharper. Hitting Ctrl+T lets us navigate to types, symbols and files in our solution. In ReSharper Ultimate 2016.2 we added another navigation, Go to Text, which makes navigation to text in source and … Continue reading

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Establishing a zero-warning policy with ReSharper’s solution-wide analysis

With the release of ReSharper 2016.2 we’ve announced a new feature called warnings in solution-wide analysis. Basically, it means that¬†after fixing all errors shown in the¬†solution-wide analysis view, you will get a list of all warnings. When integrated both in … Continue reading

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dotTrace 2016.2 adds folding recursive calls in Timeline Viewer

Although dotTrace 2016.2 mainly focuses on performance and bug fixes, it also gets one easy-to-miss yet important new feature, which has to do with how dotTrace Timeline Viewer shows recursive calls. Recursive call stacks can be deep and difficult to … Continue reading

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Smart Tooltips in dotTrace 2016.1

If you’ve used dotTrace integrated in Visual Studio before 2016.1, you probably noticed its main drawback compared to its standalone counterpart. It lacked the fully functional Threads diagram. The only ability to select threads was to use the Threads filter … Continue reading

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Open sourcing ReSharper’s external annotations

We recently open sourced the external annotations that ReSharper uses to improve analysis and provide extra features over third party code, and we’ve also opened up to contributions from the community. You can now add other assemblies, fix issues with … Continue reading

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Timeline Profiling inside Visual Studio

With each new release, dotTrace deepens its integration with ReSharper and Visual Studio. In doing this, we aim to lower the entry barrier and make profiling easier to use on a daily basis, by moving profiling closer to code. dotTrace … Continue reading

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End of Year Round up of ReSharper 10 Extensions

With the end of the year just around the corner, ReSharper 10 released less than two months ago, and having just released our second maintenance release, it’s a perfect time to take a look at some of the extensions we’ve … Continue reading

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Continuous Testing webinar: recording

The recording of our recent webinar, Continuous Testing in Visual Studio using dotCover or ReSharper Ultimate, is now available: In this webinar, we demonstrate Continuous Testing, a new feature of dotCover 10 and ReSharper Ultimate that will build and run … Continue reading

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Continuous Testing in dotCover and ReSharper Ultimate

Over the last couple of years, continuous testing has been the top anticipated dotCover feature. Now, the wait is finally over as dotCover 10 supports continuous testing in Visual Studio! Before we move on to the nitty-gritty details to show … Continue reading

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ReSharper Build webinar: recording and Q&A

The recording of our recent webinar with Matt Ellis, Speeding up MSBuild: Tips, Tricks and ReSharper Build, is now available: In this webinar Matt talks about some of the ways that help achieve faster build times in Visual Studio, including … Continue reading

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