Category Archives: Visual Studio

SPCAF 4.0.7 BETA released!!!

We are proud to announce a new release of the SharePoint Code Analysis Framework which includes so many new rules that it is getting hard to count them all ;) The key changes are: Analysis of JavaScript files with JSHint Analysis of CSS files with CSSLint Replacement of SPDisposeChecker with custom rules, which also allow […]

Session slides from SharePoint konferenz Vienna

The last two days I was at the SharePoint conference in tropical Vienna (34 degrees Celcius!!!) and had a session about SharePoint ALM and SharePoint Code Analysis. With almost 400 participants, 4 tracks, loads of SharePoint experts and many beers at the event party at the beach, the conference was a huge success! :) Thanks […]

Speaking at the SharePoint konferenz Vienna

June is speaking month for me :) Next up, I am going to speak at the “SharePoint konferenz” in Vienna on 17th/18th of June. I had the luck to get two session slots and will be speaking about the following topics (as the conference is in German, the synopsis are too ;) ) Automatische Code […]

Auto-generate fileversion for all projects in a solution with T4

When developing software you often have the need to centrally manage some assembly attributes like the file version for multiple Visual Studio projects at the same time. The nice and easy approach I describe in this article allows you to do exactly that with almost no effort by utilizing the Text Template Transformation Toolkit (T4). T4 is […]

SharePoint Code Analysis Framework BETA released!

Finally Torsten Mandelkow and I published the SharePoint Code Analysis Framework (SPCAF) as the first public beta release. Get it here as BETA. The SharePoint Code Analysis Framework (SPCAF) provides tools to analyze SharePoint code. This includes SharePoint solutions (.wsp) for SharePoint 2007 / 2010 / 2013 SharePoint 2013 apps SPCAF cannot only analyze assemblies like other tools as FxCop […]