Yes. Visit the JustDecompile Extensions page to learn more and download the plugin.
Not directly, but JustCode does provide native decompiling in the Visual Studio environment. For JustDecompile-like functionality natively in Visual Studio, we recommend downloading and installing JustCode. Since the Q3 2013 release, you can use the JustDecompile Visual Studio extension for opening and decompiling a referenced assembly directly in the JustDecompile UI.
While JustDecompile is free, it is not open source. It is available from Progress free-of-charge for perpetual use (there are no "time bombs" in the software). However the decompilation engine is open source. Find more info on GitHub page.
Telerik JustDecompile does a several things that are cool and new for assembly browsing/decompiling:
JustDecompile is simple to use and the UI is highly intuitive. You can decompile and browse .NET assemblies with a single click.
JustDecompile can create a Visual Studio project from a decompiled assembly. You’ll never lose another project.
JustDecompile quickly loads the core framework assemblies for .NET 2, .NET 3.5, .NET 4, .NET 4.5.x, WinRT metadata and Silverlight, so it's simple to load the assemblies you want to browse.
The JustDecompile robust search method quickly pinpoints problems. With the addition of Full Text Search in the Q1 2012 release version, the search is even more comprehensive. Also, you can use Ctrl+F to search in the currently decompiled code in the code viewer.
JustDecompile is part of the powerful Visual Studio productivity add-in JustCode. This integration enables you to decompile your project references directly inside Visual Studio.
Visit the JustDecompile Extensions page to learn more and download the plugins.
JustDecompile can decompile .NET assemblies to VB.NET, C# and MSIL. VB.NET support is unique in the decompiler environment.
JustDecompile comes with legendary Telerik support, so inquires are answered within 72 hours.
The JustDecompile engine is open source and everyone can see or contribute to the code on GitHub.
Yes. We have "Create Project" from decompiled assembly functionality. You can find more information about it here.
If you would like to receive the JustDecompile offline installer (as an MSI or ZIP file), you can find it on this page.
You can share your feedback on the JustDecompile forums. Request a new feature or vote for those suggested by your peers on the Feature Suggestion forum.
Only the Telerik JustDecompile Engine is open source. In other words the code that does the .NET assembly decompilation. You can find the code here. The JustDecompile tool as a full-blown solution continues to be free and distributed through the Telerik site only. Download for free now.
Telerik JustDecompile Engine has a public repository on GitHub and is leveraging the platform processes for code sharing and code contribution. You need to clone the repository, open the project in Visual Studio and set the ConsoleRunner as a Startup Project and enjoy coding. Before committing your changes and additions, you need to sign in the contributor license agreement. Once we approve the new feature or fix, we will add it to the official distribution of the product.
While you get the ability to add features and fixes you want or need, you also can leverage the contribution of the community to get an even better .NET decompiler. Now you can also see the code that does the .NET assembly decompilation. Other than this, it’s all the same. Progress continues to develop, support and distribute the free JustDecompile tool.
Download the latest official version of JustDecompile here. You can get the source code of the decompilation engine included in the latest official version of JustDecompile from the GitHub repository. To get the work in progress just clone the master branch on your machine.