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ReSharper Tip of the Day: Generate Equals
I've posted several new ReSharper tips of the Day to to Fooberry.com. One of the most interesting ones in my opinion is the ability for ReSharper to generate the overriden Equals method. Read more here at Fooberry.com.

Posted On Tuesday, August 19, 2008 6:04 PM

ReSharper Tip of the Day: Convert to Lambda
Since I’m currently stuck in .Net 2.0 within Visual Studio 2005, Lambdas are outside my realm of possibilities; however, as soon as we make the jump to Visual Studio 2008 I will be making much use of this feature. ReSharper will notice when you have used anonymous delegates in place of a lambda. Read more at Fooberry.com ......

Posted On Tuesday, August 5, 2008 1:12 PM

ReSharper Tip of the Day: Use Format string with StringBuilder

Some classes like StringBuilder build in the string.Format functionality. ReSharper knows this and helps you out. It’ll recognize you should probably be using a format string.

Read more at Fooberry.com.

Posted On Thursday, July 31, 2008 9:08 AM

ReSharper Tip of the Day: Use Format string with StringBuilder

Some classes like StringBuilder build in the string.Format functionality. ReSharper knows this and helps you out. It’ll recognize you should probably be using a format string.

Read more at Fooberry.com.

Posted On Thursday, July 31, 2008 9:08 AM

ReSharper Tip of the Day: Templates Revisited, and the Surround With
Today’s ReSharper Tip of the Day is a guest posting from Josh Buedel, It is a great tip that extends ReSharper’s use into the CSS and HTML space. Resharper templates come in two flavors: Live Templates which are invoked by typing keyword and pressing tab, and Surround With Templates, which are invoked against the current selection. .... Read more at Fooberry.com ......

Posted On Thursday, July 31, 2008 9:07 AM

ReSharper Tip of the Day: Highlight Usages
To highlight the usages of a current symbol, you can press Shift + Alt + F11 ...read more at Fooberry.com.

Posted On Tuesday, July 29, 2008 11:44 AM

ReSharper Tip of the Day: Go to File Members

 

Everyone uses, or at least knows about the member dropdown in Visual Studio. Did you know ReSharper can take you there faster? Read more at Fooberry.

Posted On Monday, July 28, 2008 9:37 AM

ReSharper Tip of the Day: Go to Next Tip

It’s obvious that R# gives us outlines several problem areas in the right gutter.

Did you know....Read more at Fooberry.com.

Posted On Sunday, July 27, 2008 7:20 AM

ReSharper Tip of the Day: Go to Type
Today’s is a shorty, but goody. Do you need to go to a type, but don’t want to find it in the solution explorer and don’t have a reference in the current source to go to definition? Press Ctrl + T: Type the name you are looking for: Arrow down and press Enter ......

Posted On Monday, July 14, 2008 1:52 PM

ReSharper Tip of the Day: Run Unit Tests in a Folder
In reference to my previous post about collectively running unit tests, I thought I would offer this ReSharper tip. ReSharper’s unit test runner is just plain awesome. Why MSTests don’t work like that by default astounds me…and is enough reason for me not to use them (although there are several more). One option you have for aggregating which tests you want to run in a single session is to right click on the folder that contains their source, right click and either Run or Debug them. I’m looking ......

Posted On Tuesday, July 8, 2008 7:17 AM

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