Tag Archives: XAML

XAML Improvements in ReSharper 8.1

Double completion meets XAML As one of the code completion improvements in ReSharper 8, we introduced a powerful and easy-to-use concept called double completion. When working with C# or VB.NET, should the code completion list fail to provide the item you … Continue reading

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XAML Support in ReSharper 8

With the arrival of WinRT, it has become clear that XAML is here to stay, whether you’re writing Windows Store apps, Windows Phone apps or good old WPF desktop apps. As a result, ReSharper continues its mission to help developers … Continue reading

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Windows Phone 8 Support in ReSharper 7.1

As many of you know, after months of waiting Microsoft has finally released Windows Phone 8 SDK to the general public. This means that you can now start writing WP8 apps and it should probably come as no surprise that … Continue reading

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XAML Support Refresh in ReSharper 7.1

Just so you know, we’re continuously trying to improve the coding experience of everyone who works with XAML. ReSharper 7.0 that we have released a couple of months ago was highly focused on supporting Windows Store application development and quite frankly, didn’t contain many … 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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ReSharper 5.1: Bug Fixes, Performance, XAML 2009

ReSharper 5 gets its first official update today with the launch of the new ReSharper 5.1, the bug fix and performance tuning release that additionally features support for XAML 2009. As expected, integrating with the new Visual Studio turned out … Continue reading

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