This time around we want to know about your favourite / most used Visual Studio add-in. I can’t include them all so if your favourite isn’t here, be sure to add a comment to this post to let the world know. Otherwise, Visual Studio extensions, prepare to do battle…
ReSharper tries my patience often with its instability, but overall I can't live without it.
When you tried Resharper, there is NO WAY BACK. Can't use VS without it.
can you make poll to accept more than 1 answers? )
I've been using along side with Resharper:
Productivity Power Tools
PowerCommands for VS2010
I wouldn't see subversion as a visual studio Add in to be honest, unless there is an Add in to VS that only does Svn
There are many tools that work well together, I would allow multiple selection , maybe thats just me
The result (as stands) is, at the same time, both astonishing and not unsurprising.
@Andrea VisualSVN is a Visual Studio plugin for Subversion integration.
My vote goes to ViEmu
Can hardly call "Subversion" a VS addin. Should be VisualSVN and/or AnkhSVN (are there others?)
Resharper didn't last 5 minutes on my box as it slowed everything down noticeably.
CodeRush is the best thing I ever saw!
BTW, I don't see JustCode and Visual Assist.
It's really an excellent product and I can't imagine myself coding without it. Used to be a bit slow but that's ancient history.
I primarily use Visual Assist. I have had a subscription since Visual Studio 5 for it. It and the Productivity Tools meet all my needs.
This voting system is cookie based. Clearing cookie lets you vote again. One item just voted up ~+200 in 15 minutes. I think results cannot be trusted any more.
I use CodeRush a lot in my daily coding. Very powerful addin for Visual Studio.
I love templates, and new Unit Test Runner it makes me more productive every day.
Ilya, I assume that could be due to the broadcast message sent via Twitter or something from the developing company of an add-in. And, of course, those customers, are real fans of the product trust and love that add-in. Probably, that's why it got so much votes.
@Skorkin, when customers form a wave in voting, it doesn't happen like this, 1 vote every 1-2 seconds. Also, there were no visible message on twitter, blog or otherwise. And it doesn't stop at 217 like it did instantly. With no more votes in next 30 minutes.