Showing posts with label Code Analysis in Visual Studio. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Code Analysis in Visual Studio. Show all posts

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

VisualStudio Tip: Configure Code Analysis in Visual Studio


I like well-written code, and I especially like it when I've written it. But I don't always live up to my own expectations. So I've used various tools (FxCop, CodeRush, ReSharper) to give me some objective feedback on the quality of my code. Starting with Visual Studio 2010, Microsoft built the latest version of their tools into Visual Studio Professional. From Visual Studio's Analyze menu, you can select Run Code Analysis on individual projects or on your whole solution.


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