This site is about the DevExpress IDE Tools: CodeRush, Refactor! and DXCore. CodeRush and Refactor! are built on the DevExpress DXCore – a free Visual Studio extensibility framework. You can try or buy CodeRush with a Refactor! Pro subscription or the individual Refactor! product. The trial period for IDE Tools lasts for 30 days. There is also a completely free CodeRush Xpress version with a meaningful subset of the functionality of the full CodeRush Pro version.
CodeRush and Refactor! includes many features that are divided into code-development categories and tasks, such as: code analysis and navigation, code generation and declaration, advanced selection and clipboard tools, visualization and tool windows, unit testing and refactorings.
To learn more about the DevExpress IDE Tools features, I would suggest visiting the following links:
- Code Analysis
- Code Generation
- Coding Helpers
- Clipboard tools
- Testing tools
If you are a heavy Visual Studio and/or DXCore user, and would like to create your own DXCore plug-ins, read the following topics about the DXCore:
There are also numerous open source plug-in samples shipped in CodeRush Pro and here, on this site. If you would like to see a new topic describing a feature or a “how to” article, and think that it would be useful for other users, please leave a comment or e-mail it directly to the author on the Feedback page. Thanks in advance and have fun.
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