Thursday, May 06, 2010

CodeRush Xpress for C# and Visual Basic for Visual Studio 2010 (aka v2010 1.1 [1.2] and/or 10.1.1 [now 10.1.2]) released and still very free (registration not even required)

MSDN Visual Basic Developer Center - CodeRush Xpress for C# and Visual Basic inside Visual Studio 2010

“CodeRush Xpress is a powerful developer productivity tool from DevExpress. Microsoft has made arrangements with Developer Express to make its CodeRush Xpress product available as a free download to Visual Studio customers. Note however that CodeRush Xpress will not load in the Express Editions of Visual Studio.

Download CodeRush Xpress

CodeRush Xpress includes features that support common developer tasks in the following areas: Navigate, Declare, Select, and Refactor.

CodeRush Xpress fully supports all language features of Visual Basic and C# in Visual Studio 2010. If a specific feature applies to only one of these two languages, it will be noted with either a "VB" or "C#" icon.
The setup in progress…
Installed… :)

Update #1 5/7/2010 @ 10:45PM PDT:
The download is working again (it was dead for a bit) and the version is now 10.1.2....

Related Past Post XRef:
CodeRush Xpress 9.2 Released – Better (memory usage), Faster (performance) and still free…
CodeRush Xpress not just for C#’ers anymore - CodeRush Xpress for C# AND VB now available and still free


Anonymous said...

Download error:

Document Not Found

The page you are requesting is not found.

System administrator is informed of this error.

Greg said...

Looks like they might have pulled it or it has seen broken.

It was obviously working last night (since this is how I got it and did the install, yada, yada).

Best bet would be to ping DevExpress or Microsoft/MSDN/VB Dev Center (which I'm doing now too)

Greg said...

Download is working again... (and it's now 10.1.2)

Rachel said...

Sorry guys. We did have a blip with the download but it's all fixed now.

Greg's post must have sent our servers into meltdown ;-)

Thanks for giving it a try. We're already interested to hear feedback and suggestions so do let us know what you think.

Community Evangelist - DevExpress

Greg said...

Thanks for the update Rachel...

We'll have to call that being "Cool'ed" LOL :p