Last month at the //build conference Microsoft released Visual Studio 2013 Preview. Along with a new IDE which includes some great improvements including some new project types, Visual Studio 2013 Preview ships with .NET framework version 4.5.1. This new version of the .NET framework includes some highly anticipated and sought for features including async-aware debugging, managed return value inspection and improvements to multi-core JIT. Yes, Visual Studio 2013 Preview and .NET 4.5.1 offer a lot for developers, but what about your favorite productivity tools? How will they fare with these new products?
You’ll be happy to know that your favorite .NET decompiler, JustDecompile works just fine with Visual Studio 2013 Preview product types and can decompile .NET 4.5.1 assemblies without a hitch. With JustDecompile you can decompile Visual Studio 2013 Preview class libraries, ASP.NET applications, WPF applications or any project type. When you open a .NET 4.5.1 assembly in JustDecompile it will show you what’s happening under the covers as it always has.
So feel free to dive into these new tools and know that JustDecompile will be there ready for you. And this isn’t a new version of JustDecompile; it’s the 2013 Q2 release of JustDecompile. That’s right; the version of JustDecompile that you can download right now already handles Visual Studio 2013 and .NET 4.5.1. JustDecompile is fast, free and will remain free forever. So download JustDecompile today and take a peek under the hood of your assemblies.
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