#develop: An Open Source Alternative to Visual Studio

#develop (SharpDevelop)

 

If you use Microsoft’s .NET platform to develop C#, VB.NET and Boo projects, then you may want to check out this open source (free) integrated development environment (IDE) offered by the folks over at ic#code.

Stephen Haunts { Coding in the Trenches }

For a good primer, Stephen Haunt walks through #develop’s key features. If you develop windows applications, windows services, ASP.NET MVC, Silverlight, WCF, or WPF then the post is worth a few moments of your time.

Languages

    • C#
    • VB.NET
    • Boo

Project Types

    • ASP.NET
    • Silverlight
    • WCF
    • Windows Applications
    • Windows Services
    • WPF
Image courtesy of Renjith Krishnan / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

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#develop: An Open Source Alternative to Visual Studio

#develop (SharpDevelop)

 

If you use Microsoft’s .NET platform to develop C#, VB.NET and Boo projects, then you may want to check out this open source (free) integrated development environment (IDE) offered by the folks over at ic#code.

Stephen Haunts { Coding in the Trenches }

For a good primer, Stephen Haunt walks through #develop’s key features. If you develop windows applications, windows services, ASP.NET MVC, Silverlight, WCF, or WPF then the post is worth a few moments of your time.

Languages

    • C#
    • VB.NET
    • Boo

Project Types

    • ASP.NET
    • Silverlight
    • WCF
    • Windows Applications
    • Windows Services
    • WPF
Image courtesy of Renjith Krishnan / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

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