jQuery-UI visual studio intellisense (vsdoc) file
Anyway, I dug around and couldn’t find one… so I created the beginnings of one. What you get is very core level...
I just saw an article talking about a new Ruby product from JetBrains. One of the side effects of this product is that they offer refactoring support for JS code. <yawn />
Core Addin Challenge: 2 weeks with CodeRush/Refactor Pro (CR/R!)
[As previously mentioned I have committed to switching from ReSharper (R#) to CR/R!... the end result will be a regular guy’s comparison of the 2. DISCLAIMER: By no means is this meant to be a slight on R#, but more of me looking at CR/R! a little closer -- I think a number of us took a cursory look at CR/R! and while we found value a surface look doesn’t really give you the full picture... I’m going through the challenges of using CR/R! because it IS different from R# and hopefully I can help folks who are trying to...
Core Addin Challenge: 1 week with CodeRush/Refactor Pro
[UPDATE 8/5: Rory noticed a couple spelling errors in people's names and also noted that I should give Koen HanHoefkens credit for his excellent CR_RESOLVE plugin]
I have survived my first week with CodeRush/Refactor Pro (CR/RP). I have discovered a few things about my development habits:
I don’t memorize all that many shortcut keystrokes... I tend to look for the "one keystroke to rule them all." Interestingly enough I avoid mouse usage as well
With the competing produce (R#) I use about 7 features:
Core Addin Challenge : Hello CodeRush/Refactor Pro
[Disclaimer: Before I start this series I want you all to know that I love Resharper! It has made me a better developer, and if you pay attention you will see why I think that. At the same time I love Dev Express. As a company they are constantly giving back to the community. While I’m not a fan of Mark Miller’s humor, their addin framework is about the best you will find IMO... and Scott Hanselman (ScottHa from here on) loves CodeRush/Refactor. I love ScottHa; he has shown me all kinds of cools utility that I couldn’t live without......
Script#: Events/Delegates in an Atlas/MS Ajax style script
ReSharper 4.0 Beta!
I hadn’t seen this mentioned anywhere else. ReSharper 4.0’s Beta has now been released. This is by far my favorite tool in my arsenal. I find how good of a C# programmer I really am when I have to develop without it. The latest version has been updated for C# 3.0 (VS 2008 version). I could copy the rest of the feature list, but you can go read yourself. I have been using the EAP bits since right before the Beta Release Candidate and it appears to be really solid with the last couple of drops.