JustDecompile - Free (well, reg-ware), for everyone, forever, stand-alone .Net Decompiler from Telerik
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JustDecompile is a new, free developer productivity tool designed to enable easy .NET assembly browsing and decompiling. Currently available as a BETA, JustDecompile builds on years of experience in code analysis and development productivity originally created for JustCode, Telerik's Visual Studio productivity add-in. JustDecompile lets you effortlessly explore and analyze compiled .NET assemblies, decompiling code with the simple click of a button. Download the BETA and provide feedback in the Forums to help shape the official version, targeted for the Q2 2011 release this summer.
Here's a snap of the app;
At first glance, I'd almost have to wonder if this were a Prism app?
Let's look at its install folder...
Yep, looks like Prism. Cool in seeing that in a commercial, released to the world, app.
Also interesting that Mono.Cecil is being used. I've been seeing a good bit about that recently and am going to have to give that a much closer look.