I have a new in-depth article published online today called, “Roslyn in a Nutshell”.
See below for more information and a link to the online article.
Roslyn is made up of the open-source C# and Visual Basic compilers and code analysis APIs for Microsoft’s development stack. Very few people realize that Roslyn came out in October 2011 as a preview that worked with Visual Studio 2010 SP1. While there has been several changes since 2011, it really took the spotlight at the //Build conference held in 2014 when Microsoft open-sourced it and made it available for Visual Studio 2013.
Fast forward to today, we can see on the landing page that Visual Studio 2015 is front and center for Roslyn. In this post, I’ll walk you through a few samples that I found helpful to wrap my head around Roslyn.
The Full Article
The full article is hosted on the TDN website and you can access it by clicking here. Don’t forget to rate it and leave comments if you have any problems.TweetFollow mbcrump
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