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posted on Saturday, 20 November 2010 17:58:40 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)    #    Comments [0]   
 Monday, 29 December 2008

With just a couple of days left this year, I wanted to share with you a great article in the MSDN Magazine Toolbox column this month on Improving Software Quality with Static Code Analysis Tools where MS MVP Scott Mitchell is reviewing Static Analysis Tools For .NET. Scott is comparing FxCop, StyleCop and CodeIt.Right:

While FxCop and StyleCop pinpoint rule violations, the developer is still responsible for implementing these tools' suggestions. CodeIt.Right from SubMain takes static code analysis to the next level by enabling rule violations to be automatically refactored into conforming code.

Like FxCop, CodeIt.Right ships with an extensive set of predefined rules, based on the design guidelines document mentioned earlier, with the ability to add custom rules. But CodeIt.Right makes it much easier to create and use custom rules.

CodeIt.Right's biggest benefit is the automatic code refactoring.

Scott summarizes:

Static code analysis tools provide a fast, automated way to ensure that your source code adheres to predefined design and style guidelines. Following such guidelines helps produce more uniform code and also can point out potential security, performance, interoperability, and globalization shortcomings.

Thank you, Scott!

Visit MSDN Magazine web site for the complete article.

What is your experience with CodeIt.Right, please tell us. And, as always, ask questions!

Happy Holidays!

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posted on Monday, 29 December 2008 16:08:44 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)    #    Comments [0]   
 Sunday, 09 March 2008

by Serge Baranovsky

Mike McIntyre posted great review of CodeIt.Right on DevCity.NET - http://www.devcity.net/Articles/348/CodeIt.Right.Review.aspx - Mike has put CodeIt.Right through a test using 10 of his projects.

Mike summarizes:

I feel CodeIt.Right's features for configurable static code analysis and its ability to automatically correct my code make it well worth the purchase price. It has become and indispensable addition to my developer toolkit.

I highly recommend you give it a try.

Thank you Mike!

What is your experience with CodeIt.Right? Feel free to ask questions, tell us what you think!

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posted on Sunday, 09 March 2008 23:53:50 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)    #    Comments [0]   
 Tuesday, 19 December 2006

ArcaneCode has put nice review for our free VS 2005 Add-in SmartOutline which took third place in the Microsoft Visual Studio Extensibility Contest packages category earlier this year.

Thank you, ArcaneCode, for the great feedback and suggestions!

We are working on the VS2003 version of the tool and will keep you updated as we get closer to releasing it.

posted on Tuesday, 19 December 2006 03:50:02 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)    #    Comments [0]   
 Tuesday, 18 July 2006

by Serge Baranovsky

Mike Gunderloy posted a nice review of CodeIt.Once on Larkware. Mike writes:

"These [refactorings] are all hooked into the user interface though the main menus, the shortcut menus in the code editor, and as appropriate in other spots - for example, you can get to Reorder Parameters from the Object Browser shortcut menu when you have a method selected. One nice thing about CodeIt.Once compared to other refactoring products that I've tried is that the learning curve is very gentle. Every refactoring uses a wizard mode by default, where a step-by-step dialog box walks you through what the refactoring does and helps you make the appropriate choices along the way. For example, the Extract Method wizard offers advice on choosing good method names and reminds you to use Pascal casing on the name, and then provides a user interface to let you name and order parameters. When you're a little more comfortable, you can suppress the introductory screens on the wizards. As a final step, you can opt to dispense with the wizards entirely (on a refactoring by refactoring basis) and operate in expert mode, where invoking a refactoring opens a dialog box that prompts you for just the necessary information."

Thanks for the thorough review, Mike!

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posted on Tuesday, 18 July 2006 02:10:51 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)    #    Comments [0]   
 

 
     
 
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