Visual Studio Productivity Tools<br />robertmaclean<br />www.sadev.co.za ∞ @rmaclean ∞ robert@sadev.co.za<br />
Braai Rules<br />Don’t talk about<br />Politics<br />Religion<br />Coke vs. Pepsi<br />Emacs vs. Vi<br />CodeRush vs. Resh...
Visual Studio AddOn Support<br />Visual Studio 2010<br />MEF<br />Big investment<br />Visual Studio Gallery<br />Visual St...
What does an add-in look like?<br />Demo<br />
In the Gallery?<br />Third party. Lots of new features<br />2.3 million in top 10 downloads!<br />Microsoft. Proving groun...
Gallery Support in Visual Studio<br />Demo<br />
Heavy weights<br />CodeRush<br />DevExpress<br />Free edition<br />ReSharper<br />R#<br />JetBrains<br />More Popular<br />
Both CodeRush & R# do<br />Code Analysis<br />UI Indications <br />Solution Wide Analysis<br />Quick Fixes<br />Navigation...
Let’s see CodeRush<br />Demo<br />
CodeRush vs. R#<br />
CodeRushvsReSharper<br />source: http://jesseliberty.com/2010/05/28/code-rush-vs-resharper/<br />
Which should you use?<br />If you use R# today: R#<br />If you use CR today: CR<br />If you use neither: Try + Measure wit...
Extensions worth your attention<br />StyleCop<br />GhostDoc<br />Productivity Power Tools<br />
Questions?<br />
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This presentation looks at what has changed in the Visual Studio world in regards to plugins and how they are created. It then covers the two heavy weights: CodeRush and Resharper and ends with some other plugins worth your attention.

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Visual Studio Productivity Tools

  1. 1. Visual Studio Productivity Tools<br />robertmaclean<br />www.sadev.co.za ∞ @rmaclean ∞ robert@sadev.co.za<br />
  2. 2. Braai Rules<br />Don’t talk about<br />Politics<br />Religion<br />Coke vs. Pepsi<br />Emacs vs. Vi<br />CodeRush vs. Resharper<br />IE vs. FireForx vs. Chrome<br />iPhone vs. Android vs. WP7<br />My bias: Coke, Emacs, CodeRush, IE, uh?<br />
  3. 3. Visual Studio AddOn Support<br />Visual Studio 2010<br />MEF<br />Big investment<br />Visual Studio Gallery<br />Visual Studio 2010, 2008, 2005<br />COM+ Based Plugins<br />.NET wrapper<br />
  4. 4. What does an add-in look like?<br />Demo<br />
  5. 5. In the Gallery?<br />Third party. Lots of new features<br />2.3 million in top 10 downloads!<br />Microsoft. Proving ground for future editions.<br />Microsoft. Way of sorting out references.<br />Third party. Way to visualise code.<br />Microsoft. Lots of features for TFS<br />Microsoft. Lots of new features.<br />Third Party. LOTS of new features<br />Third party. Controls for ASP.NET<br />Microsoft. Change VS colours<br />Third party. Change default VS browser<br />
  6. 6. Gallery Support in Visual Studio<br />Demo<br />
  7. 7. Heavy weights<br />CodeRush<br />DevExpress<br />Free edition<br />ReSharper<br />R#<br />JetBrains<br />More Popular<br />
  8. 8. Both CodeRush & R# do<br />Code Analysis<br />UI Indications <br />Solution Wide Analysis<br />Quick Fixes<br />Navigation Assistance <br />Localisation<br />Code Completion<br />Templates<br />Unit Test Runners<br />Extensions<br />
  9. 9. Let’s see CodeRush<br />Demo<br />
  10. 10. CodeRush vs. R#<br />
  11. 11. CodeRushvsReSharper<br />source: http://jesseliberty.com/2010/05/28/code-rush-vs-resharper/<br />
  12. 12. Which should you use?<br />If you use R# today: R#<br />If you use CR today: CR<br />If you use neither: Try + Measure with CR Express<br />
  13. 13. Extensions worth your attention<br />StyleCop<br />GhostDoc<br />Productivity Power Tools<br />
  14. 14. Questions?<br />
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