ReSharper SDK Now Available on NuGet
With the recent announcement of the ReSharper 8.1 EAP, we’ve made steps to address one of the common requests of plugin authors – to ship the ReSharper SDK as a NuGet package. Previously, we’ve shipped the SDK as an MSI installer that would install Visual Studio templates, MSBuild targets, tools and reference assemblies, or as a standalone zip file, containing the same files. While this works just fine for developing on your own machine, it doesn’t play nicely when building on a Continuous Integration server such as TeamCity. You have to manually install the SDK on each build agent, or check
An update to dotTrace SDK is released
Good news for dotTrace Performance SDK users. Today we've released a minor update which includes the following fixes and changes: A new updated sample for better understanding of how to use dotTrace Performance SDK in the most efficient way. ProfilerState.IsProfilerActive property is now being set to true when it's used in ProfilingControlKind.API parameter. See this issue. Improved repeated attach. Please feel free to download the latest version of dotTrace SDK. And don't forget to check this post for more details on how dotTrace SDK can help you improve performance of your applications
dotTrace SDK: An API for Your Performance Needs!
UPDATE: This blog post is dedicated to dotTrace version 5 which is now outdated. For the information about the latest dotTrace profiling API refer to the documentation. As of version 5 of dotTrace Performance we started shipping as part of the package, an SDK which allowed us to programmatically make use of dotTrace Performance engine. We are excited to announce that we are now offering this as its own standalone product, with its own installer, and available for free. Download it here. Making performance snapshots child’s play Performance issues generally are a pain. They
Introducing ReSharper 6.1 SDK