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Rosyn Succinctly, my new eBook

My new eBook "Roslyn Succinctly" is available under the popular Succintly series from Syncfusion.



I think I can say that Roslyn Succinctly is something unique. There's no much content about .NET Compiler Platform (that is, Roslyn), and it talks about open source VB and C# compilers, about the APIs they expose and how these can be invoked by other developer tools, that we can write too, and use these APIs the same way Visual Studio 2015 does.

This small PDF contains guidance about code analysis, custom domain rules, how you create custom refactorings, architecture, how you can publish your analyzers to NuGet, and how you leverage specific APIs to manage solutions, projects, and documents. As usual, I tried to put my own experience in this book and I tried to provide a logical guidance, which is something the official documentation lacks.

I'm pretty sure you won't regret about the time you'll spend reading this short ebook.

Alessandro

Print | posted on giovedì 25 febbraio 2016 22:19 | Filed Under [ Visual Studio 2015 .NET Compiler Platform (Roslyn) ]

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