Tag Archives: ASP.NET

Using dotPeek to figure out why IIS crashed

Here’s a story on how I once used dotPeek to provide debugger symbols and (decompiled) source code for a crashed application for which we had nothing but the application assemblies available. Namespaces have been altered to protect the innocent. Nothing better … Continue reading

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Rider EAP update: File watchers

One cool thing about Rider is that we can tap into the rich plugin ecosystem the IntelliJ platform brings. There are community plugins, and several JetBrains plugins as well. One of those was recently made available to work with Rider … Continue reading

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Rider EAP update: Editor presentation improvements

Since we first released the Early Access Preview (EAP) of Rider, our cross-platform IDE, we’ve been hard at work improving many aspects of it. We spent quite some time improving visible (and invisible) aspects of the editor. Let’s look at some … Continue reading

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ReSharper Ultimate 2016.2 EAP kicks off

Welcome to ReSharper Ultimate 2016.2 Early Access Program! Here’s a quick summary of what is available in the initial EAP build: Initial support of ASP.NET Core 1.0 RC2, including support for tag helpers in terms of code completion, navigation, search … Continue reading

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Profiling ASP.NET vNext using dotMemory and dotTrace

With ASP.NET vNext (working title), Microsoft is making some bold moves towards opening up development and deployment options for building applications. For starters, we no longer have to install the full .NET framework on our servers: ASP.NET vNext lets us … Continue reading

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ReSharper’s Web Path Mapping Explained

One of the many scenarios that ReSharper seeks to address in web projects is a situation where the locations of files during the design of the app are different from the locations where the app gets deployed. This makes life … Continue reading

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ReSharper and custom ASP.NET MVC view location

Since ReSharper 5, we’ve had splendid support for ASP.NET MVC. One of the features included for ASP.NET MVC is Navigate to View and Create View. When working in an ASP.NET MVC action method, these methods allows us to either navigate … Continue reading

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ASP.NET 4.5 and ASP.NET MVC 4 Support in ReSharper 7

In spite of all the wonderful things happening in the Windows 8/WinRT world, ReSharper continues to provide support for existing technologies such as ASP.NET. In the latest release, ReSharper is augmented with new features for supporting ASP.NET 4.5 and ASP.NET … Continue reading

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Providing Intellisense, Navigation and more for Custom Helpers in ASP.NET MVC

You probably are aware by now that as of ReSharper 5, we added first-class support for ASP.NET MVC. This included among many things, the ability to provide Intellisense, Create from usage and Navigation to built-in methods such as Controller.View or … Continue reading

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ReSharper 6 Enhances Razor Support

Previous posts introducing ReSharper 6: ReSharper 6 EAP is Open; Details on JavaScript Support CSS Support in ReSharper 6 ReSharper 6 Bundles Decompiler, Free Standalone Tool to Follow ReSharper 6 Enhances Suggestions with Explanations ReSharper 6 Introduces support for JavaScript … Continue reading

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