Simple Code Navigation with ReSharper

Here’s a quick 5 minute screen cast that demonstrates how you can use ReSharper to get where you want to be in your code. If you haven’t tried ReSharper yet, I highly recommend that you download the free trial and give it a spin.

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    3 Responses to Simple Code Navigation with ReSharper

    1. I’ve wrote down most shortcuts from your screen cast and added my favorites, see: http://it.tmod.pl/Blog/EntryId/161/ReSharper-shortcuts.aspx .

      My favorites R# shortcuts are:
      * Insert (constructor, property): Alt + Insert
      * Refactor menu: Ctrl + Shift + R
      * Rename: Ctrl + R + R

    2. Is there any complete ReSharper shortcuts index ?
      The best in ‘cheat sheet’ format ?

    3. Dave says:

      Control-Mouse click is handy for going to a declaration of a class, method, property, but is there any sequence to go back?

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