ReSharper- the well-known Visual Studio extension was developed for .NET developers to analyze the code quality on the fly, get warning when there is a problem in the code and eliminate it automatically, and change the code base to revitalize legacy code alongside comply the coding standards.
To ensure that Visual Studio become a best IDE, the extension was upgraded many times by the Jetbrains to turbocharge the .NET development. Recently, ReSharper 9 version was launched to boost coding process, quicken bug fixing and reduce memory consumption.
Take a look at what’s new in latest ReSharper release that’s absent in its predecessors and which is catching more eyeballs:
1) Visual Studio version support
ReSharper is universally accepted as a plugin for professional Visual Studio IDE. The plugin is highly useful for the IT engineers who develop the object-oriented solutions in C# programming languages. In the previous version of ReSharper, the Visual Studio version from 2005 to 2013 were supported, but ReSharper 9 has stopped supporting Visual Studio 2010 predecessors and started supporting Visual Studio 2015.
2) Code analysis improved
Also, developers can easily migrate the code to C# 6.0, find and prevent exceptions, convert loops to LINQ anytime and use common naming standard.
3) Code style assistance enhanced
4) Navigation and search become smarter
Just by visualizing the file structure, style hierarchies and project dependencies, developers can find out the code. Yes, with ReSharper, developers can immediately reach any code, file, class or method by its name, despite how large the file is. Even, they can navigate from any symbol to code at ease. In ReSharper 9, search performance is improved and Assembly explorer is set as default navigation for compiled code.
The radical improvements in ReSharper 9 version has made the job of software developers quite easier. Alongside providing unmatched support to the diverse language scripts, ReSharper is the best solution for Visual Studio developer to write better code, analyze it effortlessly and refactor the existing code base. Do you know some more benefits of leveraging ReSharper 9 in .NET development? If yes, do share them in comments below.