• .NET

    Win a Telerik limited edition t-shirt when you install JustDecompile

    February 17, 2012 Share
    With the official release of JustDecompile on February 15, Telerik introduces a completely rebuilt and greatly improved decompilation engine. The new engine is faster and more accurate than ever. See for yourself, download JustDecompile now. What makes JustDecompile different from other decompilers? Simple to Use - JustDecompile is simple to use and the UI is highly intuitive. So you can decompile and browse .NET assemblies with a single click. Creates Visual Studio Projects - JustDecompile can create a Visual Studio project from a decompiled assembly. So you’ll never lose another project. Easy Assembly Management - JustDecompile quickly loads the core framework assemblies for .NET2, .NET3.5,...
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    What’s Coming in JustCode Q1 2012

    February 10, 2012 Share
    The Q1 2012 release webinars are just around the corner, and we will be showing off some cool new features in Telerik JustCode. Here are the session details, be sure to check your schedule! Note: we’ll be giving away a Telerik Ultimate Collection. What’s New in Tools for Better Code – JustCode, JustMock, JustTrace, JustDecompile We have many exciting features to introduce for Just products in 2012 Q1. JustCode gains LINQ conversions, enhancements to the test runner, and support for QUnit and Jasmine. JustTrace makes it easier to find memory hogs with the Largest Memory Retainers view. JustMock gets a codeActivity workflow activity...
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    New Mocking Capabilities in JustMock Q3 2011 SP

    February 03, 2012 Share
    Telerik JustMock received many new features in the service pack for the Q3 2011 release, enhancing the mocking framework’s impressive ability to mock almost everything. Let’s take a look at a few highlights of JustMock Q3 2011 SP. Mock Inside a Threadpool Mock objects can be accessed inside of another thread and work as expected. var mockable = Mock.Create<Mockable>(); Mock.Arrange(() => mockable.IsMocked).Returns(true); bool mocked = false; var latch = new WaitLatch(); ThreadPool.QueueUserWorkItem(cookie => { try { mocked = mockable.IsMocked; } finally { ...
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    Naming Conventions in JustCode

    February 02, 2012 Share
    Choosing appropriate identifiers for the constructs in your code provides better readability and maintainability. With the latest build of Telerik JustCode you can now easily set naming conventions for all your code elements. Configuration and Supported languages These rules can be set for C# and VB.NET and are part of the Code Style section of the JustCode options dialog: These options are part of the shared settings so you can share them per solution as well. Naming Rules There are seven types of rules that a user can choose from: camelCase PascalCase UPPER_UNDERSCORE lower_underscore Sentence_underscore PascalCase_Underscore camelCase_Underscore You can also disable the naming convention for a specific construct. Just choose “Disabled” from the rules...