by Serge Baranovsky
v1.1 progress & Enterprise Edition
The v1.1 release that includes .NET 3.5 syntax has been slightly delayed. There are two reasons for that – we had too much fun at the MVP Summit mid-April and we made few significant changes to the parsing and refactoring engines to support the 3.5 syntax. The coding part is done, we cover all of the .NET 3.5 now. And we are going through a major testing phase as the base application layer responsible for all .NET versions was affected. We are currently targeting end of May for the v1.1 release date.
Meanwhile, the Enterprise Edition of CodeIt.Right is pretty much ready – we should have beta in a couple of weeks. Enterprise Edition has two parts – developer client and Profile Authoring/Admin piece. The latter, in addition to the Profile Editor features, has the ability to push profiles to developer workstations and limit developers to use only the profiles that were published by a Team Lead/Lead Developer/Architect.
We have published CodeIt.Right SDK Online Documentation and a couple of new tutorials:
- CodeIt.Right SDK Documentation
- Tutorial: Creating Custom Rules
- CodeItRight.Cmd.exe Command Line Options
All tutorials are now listed on the new dedicated Tutorials page.
I will be speaking in Protland at PADNUG this Tuesday, May 6th at 6:30pm – more details here – http://www.padnug.org/padnug/meetings.aspx?ID=145
If you are in the area and want to hear about coding guidelines, best practices, ask questions and see a demo of CodeIt.Right, come join us. I will bring some swag for giveaway, free licenses and discount codes.