Tag Archives: navigation and search

Rider EAP 17: NuGet, unit testing, good and bad news on debugging

Ah, the scent of fresh software in the morning. We just published a fresh Rider Early Access Preview (EAP) version, go grab it! (Unless you’re about to debug .NET Core: if you are, read on first.) What’s in this build? Significant … Continue reading

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Navigation and search improvements in ReSharper 2016.3

Today we’d like to recap the most important changes in navigation and search that were introduced in ReSharper 2016.3. Find Results window is populated asynchronously If your solution is large enough, finding references of heavily used symbols can take time, … Continue reading

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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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ReSharper Ultimate 2016.2 EAP: Builds 3 and 4

In recent weeks, we’ve published builds 3 and 4 of the ReSharper 2016.2 EAP, and we have a lot to share with you, including a couple of new features, as well as the usual round of issues being fixed. So, what’s … Continue reading

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Navigation Improvements in ReSharper 9

As is customary, every new version of ReSharper comes with improvements across the board, so in this blog post we are going to focus on Navigation and related features. Universal Alt+Enter Let’s face it: Alt+Enter is a primary shortcut in … Continue reading

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Code Navigation: ReSharper 8 vs. Visual Studio 2013

It’s no secret that on large projects, developers spend a lot of time simply navigating through their code. The bigger the project, the more time you need to find a certain class/object/file/anything. That’s why fast and easy code navigation is … Continue reading

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JavaScript Improvements in ReSharper 8.1

With JavaScript’s continuous rise to fame, it only makes sense for us to continue improving JS support in ReSharper. The following is an exposition of some of the new ways in which ReSharper 8.1 makes JavaScript coding faster as well … Continue reading

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Visual Studio 2013 Support in ReSharper 8.1

This year we’ve seen something unprecedented: the release cycle for Visual Studio has shrunk to just one year, and Visual Studio 2013 came out with some pretty serious improvements across the board. ReSharper, as you can imagine, always tries to … Continue reading

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Navigation Improvements in ReSharper 8

One of the core experiences of ReSharper is lightning-fast navigation to any type, member or file that you need to work with. In the latest release, we’ve slightly modified the core experience in order to streamline operations and give even … Continue reading

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Replacing Tags and Custom Code Analysis in HTML

This is the second part of a previous post on Searching for Patterns in HTML using ReSharper 6. In the first part we covered the basics of searching for HTML tags, including the use of CSS selectors, using Structural Search … Continue reading

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