Boost IDE Productivity
in Visual Studio 2008 and 2010
with the free CodeRush Xpress!
Includes intelligent code navigation, selection and declaration features with over 50 refactorings for VB and C# developers.
CodeRush Xpress is freely available to all Visual Studio 2008 and 2010 developers and offers a comprehensive suite of tools that enable you and your team to simplify and shape complex code - making it easier to read and less costly to maintain.
|Download CodeRush Xpress
|Supported IDEs||Visual Studio 2008, 2010 (Does not work with Express Editions, since these IDE versions don't support 3rd party add-in integration)
|URL||Click here to download
Register Your Free Copy
Register your copy of CodeRush Xpress to automatically recieve product updates with new functionality. The registration procedure takes only a couple of minutes and doesn't require personal details other than your name and email address.
Introductory Videos for C# and VB Developers
Click the following links to learn the main features of CodeRush by watching videos on the DevExpress Channel.
- Selection Features
Five intelligent features for selecting code more efficiently.
- Code Navigation Features
Seven powerful navigation features to make getting to that important location fast and easy.
- Declaration Features
Lots of powerful features to intelligently declare classes, members, fields, local variables and so much more.
Refactoring for C# and VB Developers
CodeRush Xpress includes over 50 refactorings, and nearly all work in both C# and Visual Basic. A few refactorings are available in only a single language due to features of that particular language. All refactorings can be split into the following groups:
If you have technical questions or require further assistance, feel free to contact our support team via Email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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