Let’s say it like that, the feedback since then was
ABSOLUTELY AWESOME!!! :)
In less than two weeks altogether already over 550 ppl downloaded it!
(Unfortunately we had to re-publish to the VS Gallery so some of the downloads and great review comments are lost)
Now the first reviews and blogs are coming in, which I would like to share with you:
- First impression of SPCAF – SharePoint Code Analysis Framework: code analysis, metrics, rules and dependencies by @avishnyakov
- SharePoint Code Analysis for continous integration by Gerald de Run
- SPCAF : A very useful code analysis tool for SharePoint by Mahmoud Challouf
- SharePoint Code in Visual Studio analysieren via windowsdeveloper.de (Judith Lungstraß)
And many, many others tweeted about it!
Thx guys for the feedback, you simply rock!
Here are my favorites :)
— Thomas Radman (@surfkidAT) 13. April 2013
Oh my God it looks incredible!: SharePoint Code Analysis Framework BETA Released!
— Mahmoud Hamed (@mhamedmahmoud) 17. April 2013
Fantastic Tool: SharePoint Code Analysis Framework released
— AlexeyKrasheninnikov (@akrasheninnikov) April 19, 2013
SharePoint Code Analysis Framework (SPCAF) BETA <- tried it an it’s really awesome #sharepoint
— Stefan Bauer (@StfBauer) 12. April 2013
— Fabio Franzini [MVP] (@franzinifabio) 15. April 2013
SPCAF : A very useful code analysis tool for SharePoint
— Pierre Erol GIRAUDY [MVP] (@EROL_MVP) April 20, 2013
SharePoint Code Analysis Framework: Looks very interesting. <Todd />
— Todd Bleeker [MVP] (@toddbleeker) April 16, 2013
A free interesting tool for SP Developers is just released: SharePoint Code Analysis Framework (SPCAF)
— Göran Husman [MVP] (@GHusman) April 12, 2013
SharePoint Code Analysis Framework seems a very neat tool! #Spcaf
— Anita Boerboom (@anitaboerboom) April 22, 2013
— Wouter Heesakkers (@WalsjeWouter) 15. April 2013
— Sanjay Bhagia (@bhagiasanjay) 24. April 2013
Good work! SharePoint Code Analysis Framework BETA released!
–> Hope my old solutions are valid
— Arnold Boersma (@arnoldboersma) April 22, 2013
Great Visual Studio Extension to ensure SharePoint code quality: SharePoint Code Analysis Framework
— DN SharePoint Team (@365sharepoint) April 23, 2013
I just forced our project through #SPCAF. Humbling experience. 568 ERRORS.
— Reidar Husmo (@reidarhusmo) 16. April 2013
— avishnyakov (@avishnyakov) April 22, 2013
Getting such an amazing feedback we know now that we didn’t waste our time!
Ok, actually we knew that before as we use SPCAF ourselves, but it is always nice to hear it from others :o)
So stay with us, SPCAF will improve even more. The next update v4.0.5 with bugfixes and new rules will come already tomorrow!