Recently we published a post explaining some user-visible aspects of the ReSharper Ultimate unified installer. This post attracted lots of feedback regarding the underlying technologies that we used to build the installer. That was probably to be expected, as building a modern-looking installer is quite a hard task. You can either choose to use the standard .msi and accept its limitations and old-school UI, or build your own installer. Of course, the latter requires a lot of effort to re-implement all the standard functionality. In ReSharper, we chose the second way — 'the road less
ReSharper Unified NuGet-based Installer. How?
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