October just ended but I still want to shine a light on new and improved software that were released this month:
In the beginning of this month a new version of this great tool was released with a lot of new features that makes this tool even better.
If you don’t know what nDepend does – either of to the nDepend site or read the review I did a while back on nDepend and been using it since – from my machine and as part of the nightly build.
The new version has the expected VS2013 support along with other time saving goodies – such as the new Trend Monitoring take the evaluation for a spin and see for yourself.
And if there’s a feature you’d like to see in their next version – nDepend has a new UserVoice site where you can request it.
It’s the Visual Studio extension I needed but didn’t know I want…
Writing code for trivial, mundane tasks such as serializing a string, reading from file always sends me to Google or StackOverflow because frankly it’s hard to keep all this information inside my head.
Flow streamline this experience by making sure you do not need to leave the comfort of your Visual Studio. After adding this extension from the Flow site you can use it by writing a comment inside your IDE.
I’ve checked and it works perfectly in both C# & C++ and it really helps.
With great pleasure I bring to your consideration they new tool from CodeValue (where I work).
OzCode is an innovative debugging tool which supercharge your debugging experience by adding a lot of useful capabilities to your favorite IDE (Visual Studio).
It’s essentially debugging on steroids brining a lot of functionality that is well hidden inside Visual Studio along with new cool features.
The tool is free of charge at the moment – download it and give it a spin.
Labels: .NET, Open Source, OzCode, Tools