Tag Archives: VB.NET

State of the union: ReSharper C# 7 and VB.NET 15 support

When we released ReSharper 2016.3 (and earlier this week, ReSharper 2017.1 EAP), we introduced initial support for C# 7 and VB.NET 15. For example, ReSharper now understands binary literals and digit separators, as well as local functions with several inspections. … Continue reading

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ReSharper Ultimate 2016.1 is released

We’ve just finalized an update to ReSharper Ultimate and welcome you to download Resharper Ultimate 2016.1 RTM! Watch the following video for a summary of what is new in ReSharper Ultimate 2016.1, or read on for the main highlights of … Continue reading

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Windows Runtime Support in ReSharper 7

The forthcoming release of Windows 8 introduces the new Windows Runtime programming model (also known as WinRT). Since WinRT can be programmed in languages that ReSharper already supports (C#, VB.NET and JavaScript), it’s only natural that ReSharper 7 comes with … Continue reading

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Getting Started with ReSharper 3.0 and VB.Net – The Basics

With the release of ReSharper 3.0, JetBrains has added full-featured Visual Basic.Net support for a host of productivity features. This screencast is designed to introduce some of these features to the multitude of Visual Basic.Net developers out there who can … Continue reading

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Full-Featured VB.NET Support and Other Goodies Available in ReSharper 3.0 Beta

Just last week we released ReSharper 3.0 Beta, offering many new features & language (and cross-language) support. The newest version expands its versatile support of languages and technologies, providing improved functionality for C#, VB.NET, ASP.NET, XML, XAML, build script editing … Continue reading

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ReSharper 3.0 EAP in Action: VB.NET Support

While C# tends to get all the attention in the .NET world, Visual Basic .NET remains a popular language for many developers. People familiar with Visual Basic.NET know that it is a *very* wordy language. There ends up being a … Continue reading

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