Tools for .NET Programming

Find here a list of tools for .NET Development.

ReSharper
ReSharper is a renowned productivity tool that makes Microsoft Visual Studio a muchbetter IDE.

StyleCop
StyleCop analyzes C# source code to enforce a set of style and consistency rules. It can be run from inside of Visual Studio or integrated into an MSBuild project. StyleCop has also been integrated into many third-party development tools.

.NET Reflector
.NET Reflector is a class browser and decompiler that can examine an assembly and show you just about all of its secrets. The .NET Framework introduced reflection which can be used to examine any .NET-based code, whether it is a single class or an entire assembly. Reflection can also be used to retrieve information about the various classes, methods, and properties included in a particular assembly. Using .NET Reflector, you can browse the classes and methods of an assembly, you can examine the Microsoft intermediate language (MSIL) generated by these classes and methods, and you can decompile the classes and methods and see the equivalent in C# or Visual Basic® .NET.

Web Services Testing
Following tools provide simple, intuitive, and comprehensive testing for SOAP, XML, and REST based services over HTTP, HTTPs, MQ, and JMS protocols.

SOAP Sonar
The SOAPSonar testing framework is easy to deploy and provides testing modes for functional, performance, compliance and security testing.

SOAP UI
soapUI is the world’s leading Functional Testing tool for SOA and Web Service testing.

Have fun, and enjoy programming !
Patrick Goudjo-Ako a.k.a. Pat Amazing.

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