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CrossAnalyzers, a new set of Roslyn refactorings and analyzers for VB and C#

I love open source and I recently published another project to GitHub called CrossAnalyzers. This project provides a number of code analysis rules and refactorings for both Visual Basic and C#, that integrate into the Visual Studio 2015 code editor. It's typically about patterns, e.g. it suggests you are binding a List instead of an ObservableCollection in platforms such as WPF or Xamarin, or it easily allows implementing view models or the INotifyPropertyChanged interface. Analyzers are available on NuGet, while both analyzers and refactorings are also available in the Visual Studio Gallery. Here's a sample in action, but don't forget to check out...

posted @ sabato 17 settembre 2016 12:18 | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ Visual Studio 2015 .NET Compiler Platform (Roslyn) ]

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...

posted @ giovedì 25 febbraio 2016 21:19 | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ Visual Studio 2015 .NET Compiler Platform (Roslyn) ]

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