It is no easy task to design and build an assembly family as big as the Cuemon .NET Framework. The following products and the associated companies is part of the development lifecycle and has in one way or another contributed to the existence of this ever growing assembly family.
- Document! X by Innovasys is by far the best documentation program on the market with easy and flexible features that vastly improved my release workflow.
- GhostDoc Pro by SubMain is an indispensable documentation helper while designing and developing your code.
- ReSharper is the most comprehensive IDE enhancement having the best refactoring capability on the market while DotPeek is an indispensable tool for a under-the-hood code understanding of different assemblies; both products is by JetBrains.
- XMLSpy by Altova is the best XML editor on the market for designing, querying and optimizing XSL transformations and tweaking your XPath expressions for optimal performance.
- Fiddler is a must-have tool when doing any sorts of work with the web.
- NuGet Package Explorer available on CodePlex takes the hassle and fuzz out of creating and composing NuGet packages.
- Visual Studio by Microsoft is an indispensable IDE for developing the Cuemon assembly family.
- .NET Framework is by far the most versatile and beautifully constructed framework ever created; an engineered masterpiece by Microsoft. Without this framework Cuemon would never have been created.
Testing and Debugging
Cuemon runs smoothly on Windows Server 2003, 2008 and 2012 and on Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 as long as .NET Framework 2.0 with SP1 is installed.
Cuemon is tested throughly on IIS 6.0, 7.0, 7.5 and 8.0 including client communication monitored closed with Fiddler.
Cuemon works great with SQL Server 2000, 2005, 2008, 2012 and SQL Azure. Also SQL Server Compact Edition has been verified.
- MSDN by Microsoft is by far the an impressive resource for almost everything released by Microsoft. Also access to the MSDN Magazine and Windows Azure is provided.
- Windows Azure by Microsoft is great way to prepare yourself for the cloud and learn the pros and cons first hand. Did i mention it is part of the above mentioned MSDN?