In preparing for the upcoming major release of Telerik JustCode we published our first internal build for this year. Besides focusing on performance and memory footprint improvements we’ve listened to the users’ voice and implemented some of the features you’ve asked us for.
We continued to improve our support for MbUnit and NUnit testing frameworks. Now we support the NUnit TheoryAttribute, and for MbUnit you will find support for:
After user’s request we added two more useful filters to the “Filter by” menu in the ToDo Navigator – “Current File” and “Current Project”:
With the latest build of JustCode you can now easily set naming conventions for all your code elements. Expect more on this topic in separate blog post that is to follow this one. Stay tuned!
Now you can use two new JustCode’s refactorings:
We’ve added option (in JC Options\Code Style\C#\Using Directives) to put System.* namespaces on top when using refactoring "Organize and Add Missing Usings":
Also you will find that we’ve improved code block formatter for object initializer, anonymous types and array initializer. The formatting results when using typing assistance are improved as well.
Now we have quick-fixes that will help you fix cases when there is a mismatch between return expression type and the member type:
And this is not all - we fixed many issues thanks to your valuable feedback. We’d love if you give the latest internal build a try and let us know what you think!
Chris Eargle is a Microsoft C# MVP with over a decade of experience designing and developing enterprise applications, and he runs the local .NET User Group: the Columbia Enterprise Developers Guild. He is a frequent guest of conferences and community events promoting best practices and new technologies. Chris is a native Carolinian; his family settled the Dutch Form region of South Carolina in 1752. He currently resides in Columbia with his wife, Binyue, his dog, Laika, and his three cats: Meeko, Tigger, and Sookie. Amazingly, they all get along... except for Meeko, who is by no means meek.