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Allows developers to eradicate boilerplate by offloading repeating work from humans to machines
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What is PostSharp?

It adds design patterns and thread safety to C# and VB so you can avoid boilerplate and focus on business value.
PostSharp is a tool in the Tools for Text Editors category of a tech stack.

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PostSharp's Features

  • Logging: complete revamping
  • Caching: a brand new feature
  • Filled gaps in support for async methods
  • XAML: Command, Dependency Property and Attached Property
  • Code Contracts: support for out parameters and return values
  • Architecture Framework: new constraints.

PostSharp Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to PostSharp?
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A minimalist Vim plugin manager.
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