Re-Sharpen your code…ReSharper

Previously I had been using the ReSharper and as most of the dev community is already praising the tool, let me add few more words of praises to the same via this article…
It’s a great tool because…
(Note: All the below shortcuts are under the ReSharper mapping of my VS2010, not its default)
1. Auto Generate Class/Folders (Alt+Insert)
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2. Change to class names can be reflected over to files and more (Alt+Enter)
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3. Removal of Unused reference (Alt+Enter)
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4. Consistent variable naming conventions (Alt+Enter)
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5. Auto-Generate Properties (Alt+Insert)
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6. Auto Suggestions (Alt+Enter)
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7. Code Refactor (Ctrl+Shift+R)
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8. Navigate to the code members (Alt + \)

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9. Move code block Up/Down (Ctrl+Alt+Shift+Up/Down Arrow)
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10. File navigation (Ctrl + T)
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And more and more as I explore…
One the best things I like about this tool is, that its design is well thought for the ease of use for the developers with quite simple shortcuts for the utility required to kick off.
But keeping my words less above I thought let the pictures describe its own beauty, but once again ReSharper is one of the best tools I have came across for the code development assistive tools.
Explore more by using it more, and I think it will defiantly impress you…

References:
http://www.jetbrains.com/resharper/

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