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Free .NET Assembly Explorer 22 Mar 2010

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in Tools.
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Asmex is a viewer for the internals of .NET assembly files. While the world is not particularly short of .NET assembly viewers, Asmex has some unique features and the source might prove useful in various contexts.

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List of Visualizers for Visual Studio. 16 Mar 2010

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in C#, Components & Library, Tools, Visual Stdio, WCF, WPF.
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Visual Studio 2005 includes a new debugging feature called visualizers, which can be used to create a human-readable view of data for use during the debugging process. Visual Studio 2005 includes a number of debugger visualizers by default, most notably the DataSet visualizer, which provides a tabular interface to view and edit the data inside a DataSet. While the default visualizers are very valuable, perhaps the best part of this new interface is that it is completely extensible. With just a little bit of work you can write your own visualizers to make debugging that much easier.

 

  1. WCF Visualizers Tool
  2. Cache Visualizer
  3. LINQ to SQL Debug Visualizer
  4. Visualizer for WPF
  5. Regular Expression Visualizers
  6. Hex String Visualizer
  7. XML Visualizer for Visual Studio 2005
  8. Dataset Visualizer
  9. RightHand.Dataset.Visualizer for VS2005
  10. RightHand.Dataset.Visualizer v0.9.12 for VS2008
  11. Visualizers For Web Debugging

 

In this page, you can find good list of visualizers.

 

How to create your own Visualizer?

1. Custom Visual Studio Visualizer

2. Quick Debugger Visualizers in Visual Studio 2005

Development Tools for Microsoft.NET Developers 17 Aug 2009

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This page contains hell lot of development tools for .NET developers. Read more

Microsoft Web Application Installer 04 Feb 2009

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The Web Application Installer Beta is designed to help get you up and running with the most widely used Web Applications freely available for your Windows Server. Web AI provides support for popular ASP.Net and PHP Web applications including Graffiti, DotNetNuke, WordPress, Drupal, OSCommerce and more. With just a few simple clicks, Web AI will check your machine for the necessary pre-requisites, download these applications from their source location in the community, walk you through basic configuration items and then install them on your computer.

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Free Project Management Solution 29 Jan 2009

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in Project Management, Tools.
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OpenProj is a free, open source project management solution. OpenProj is a replacement of Microsoft Project and other commercial project solutions. The OpenProj solution has been download more than 800,000 times in the few months since launch and is being used in over 142 countries. A free download of OpenProj is available here and is distributed under the CPAL license. OpenProj is ideal for desktop project management and is available on Linux, Unix, Mac or Windows. OpenProj shares the industry’s most advanced scheduling engine with Project-ON-Demand and provides Gantt Charts, Network Diagrams (PERT Charts), WBS and RBS charts, Earned Value costing and more.

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Crack.NET 21 Oct 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in Introduction, Tools.
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Crack.NET is a runtime debugging and scripting tool that gives you access to the internals of a WPF or Windows Forms application running on your computer. If you love Snoop and Mole for Visual Studio, you’ll love Crack.NET, too. Crack.NET allows you to “walk” the managed heap of another .NET application, inspect all kinds of values on objects. Read Josh intro here.

PowerShell Analyzer 17 Oct 2008

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PowerShell Analyzer was the first editor and non-MS host for the PowerShell Engine. As an IDE it focuses on the interactive leveraging PowerShell as a dynamic language. It’s goal is simply to allow users to be as productive as possible in sculpting, running, interpreting results and refactoring everything from the “oneliners” PowerShell is famous for, to fully fledged production quality scripts. More

Introduction to NDepend 31 Jul 2008

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I have noted this nice write up the introduction to NDepend tool. Thanks Patrick and Andre.

Learn NHibernate 28 Jul 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in Introduction, Tools, Videos & Webcast.
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If you start learning or you want to learn NHibernate, check this post by Scott.

NHibernate – Screen cast series 23 Jun 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in Tools, Videos & Webcast.
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Stephen Bohlen has just started to publish a series of screen casts about NHibernate. Here are the links of the topics covered so far. Read this post.