• .NET

    Keep your code tidy with JustCode

    August 29, 2011 Share
    For the 2011 Q1 release Telerik JustCode brought to its users the ability to easily reorganize code - solution, project or folder wise. One major release later - 2011 Q2, taking into account your feedback, the JustCode Cleaner has now grown even more. With only few clicks you can change thousands of lines of code to match your requirements. Just right-mouse-click in the Solution Explorer on your solution and select Just Clean All... from the menu or you can do it folder by folder and project by project. You will see a window with available options. Two default profiles are provided (Basic and Full), but custom...
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    Async Support in Telerik JustCode

    August 19, 2011 Share
    The latest internal build of JustCode has been released with support for the asynchronous language features in the Microsoft Visual Studio Async CTP. Improvements to the semantic analyzer detect errors on usage of the async method modifier and await operators in C# and Visual Basic. This feature will be available for the general public in JustCode Q2 SP1. If you’re new to the async and await keywords and would like to know to learn asynchronous programming with C# 5, refer to Going Asynchronous. I provide an example of a twitter client using synchronous programming, the current way of doing asynchronous...
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    Create Projects with JustDecompile

    August 08, 2011 Share
    The most requested feature on UserVoice for JustDecompile was the ability to create a Visual Studio project from an assembly, and the latest version gives you that capability. This is useful for exporting lost projects or obtaining multiple classes without the need to copy and paste code. Let’s take a look at how it works. Open JustDecompile. Select the assembly you’re interested in. You can use the Create Project feature in one of two ways: the button on the menu bar or by right-clicking an assembly.   You will then need to select a folder in which to save the project. A dialog will appear and...
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    Constructors Made Easy with JustCode

    August 02, 2011 Share
    Constructors are a necessary element of class design that typically involves repetitive work. Language teams try to reduce verbosity by moving patterns into language features. Where this terseness doesn’t exist, tools such as Telerik JustCode can alleviate some of the work to make a smooth coding experience. Today, I will introduce a few features that make creating constructors easier. Blank Slate Let’s start with a simple Employee entity class.   public class Employee { public int Id { get; set; } public string FirstName { get; set; } public string LastName { get; set; } ...