Best in class Visual Studio 2019 extensions and tools
for C++, .NET and web developers

You love to write code! But as your codebase grows bigger and the application becomes more complex, you spend more time navigating code and understanding how it works, and rely on tools for assistance. At Vlasov Studio we strive to make tools that work automatically and blend into the environment, letting you to write code without interruptions, distractions and delays, in a flow state.

As when you drive a sports car, using right developer tools gives you control, energy and enjoyment. Difficult tasks become easier, frustrating and mundane tasks are automated. Your increased productivity helps to command a better compensation and leaves time for other important areas of your life.

Tabs Studio icon Tabs Studio is a Visual Studio and SQL Server Management Studio extension (with Visual Studio 2019 and SSMS 18 support) empowering you to work comfortably with any number of open documents. It automatically combines related tabs saving screen space and lets you quickly switch between them with keyboard shortcuts. All tabs are visible in multiple horizontal rows or in a vertical layout. Tabs can be sorted and colored by project, extension and custom rules. Tab names can be transformed to remove redundant information or to add disambiguation and custom comments. Tabs presentation can be configured with custom WPF XAML styles.

Visual Commander icon Visual Commander automates repetitive tasks in Visual Studio and SQL Server Management Studio giving you easy access to Visual Studio extensibility API and automatically recording text editing macros that can be played back multiple times. Lightweight extensions written in C# or VB can hook to Visual Studio events and automatically perform custom tasks when needed. Commands can modify selected text in the code editor, understanding code elements via Visual Studio code model or Roslyn. You can call these commands from the menu or with keyboard shortcuts. It is possible to hide distracting elements from Visual Studio UI and change private IDE options. More than 70 sample commands and extensions are available in the corresponding site section, plus you can reuse existing Visual Studio macros from previous versions of the IDE.

HTML 11 icon HTML 11 shows a preview of static and dynamic web pages you are currently editing in Visual Studio, on desktop and mobile devices. The preview for static .html pages is updated as you type. The preview for dynamic .cshtml, .vbhtml, .aspx and .razor pages is updated when you save a document. You can position preview tool windows alongside the HTML editor or outside the main Visual Studio window, e.g. on a second monitor. HTML is rendered using Chromium Embedded Framework v75. The mobile device preview is simulated with Chromium DevTools Device Mode and you can open a page on a running Android emulator.

Task Canvas icon Task Canvas lets you work with multiple code fragments without switching tabs and jumping from place to place within a file. Task Canvas interface is also task-focused to reduce information overload and make multitasking easy. All currently open document tabs and code blocks are automatically saved in the current task context. It is most useful when you have repeatable periodic tasks or work on several tasks in parallel.

Runtime Flow icon Runtime Flow in real time monitors and logs function calls and function parameters in a running .NET application and shows a stack trace tree. No instrumentation or source code required for monitoring. Most useful if you inherited a very complex .NET codebase and want to understand the flow in detail, when the code contains a lot of delegates/events making traditional debugging a nightmare, when having a problem with a 3rd party .NET library without source code - Runtime Flow can pinpoint specific code areas that are responsible for the selected use case. Can work as a standalone portable application and can be integrated in Visual Studio.

Continuous Formatting icon Continuous Formatting frees you from manually formatting code in Visual Studio. It automatically and consistently formats your C#, C++, TypeScript and JavaScript code as you type according to your code formatting style. Continuous Formatting can format code using the built-in Visual Studio engine and using external tools like ReSharper and CodeRush.

ESharper icon ESharper lets you interactively write lightweight User Defined Functions (UDF) and commands in Excel using C#. As you change code in the Excel custom task pane or in the Visual Studio editor, the updated functions immediately become available in the current running Excel instance. You can create global functions available for any workbook on your computer and workbook functions stored in a .xlsx file.

Regent icon Regent creates a search and replace regular expression from a single example to update all similar text fragments at once. You don't need to remember different regular expressions rules and special characters anymore. Regent supports regular expressions syntax used in Microsoft Word, Perl compatible regular expressions and standard ECMAScript syntax.

Visual Time Spent icon Visual Time Spent automatically tracks your time spent working on solutions, projects and documents in Visual Studio. You can generate reports to see overall time spent and what activities took most time. All your activity such as editing and browsing in Visual Studio is automatically recorded to a database. Idle time (when you don't use Visual Studio for more than 2 minutes) is automatically excluded from the report. You can export the report to a CSV file for analysis in Excel or another application, or use an API to programmatically retrieve activity statistic collected by the Visual Time Spent monitoring module.

The individual tools cost from $39 to $99, but you can purchase all 9 of them in the Vlasov Studio Ultimate Bundle for $199 (saving $252). If you a student, a hobbyist or for another reason can't afford the full price, contact us and we will provide a reasonable discount.

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"[Tabs Studio] is a brilliant plugin. I struggled a bit to get the configuration right, but after that it works nicely." Fernando Hidalgo

"Great extension. Significant time-saver. I've used this for years across multiple versions of Visual Studio and it's always been rock solid for me. Worth the price." Jesse Johnson

"This tool [Visual Commander] is great and the developer responds within hours. I requested a feature and he responded with the script in less than half a day." Seph

"Very flexible and powerful macro language generator. It's already saved me time." Aaron Skalicky

"[Runtime Flow] is an excellent high quality product that is very easy to use. After downloading and installing, watching the videos and reading the quickstart I was able to find and fix the cause of the exception within 5 mins, where previously I had spend an unsucessful hour or more with breakpoints. " Aaron Skalicky

"I couldn't live without [Continuous Formatting] anymore!! While VB.NET comes with such an extension for free, C# totally lacks it. I guess many C# developers don't even know what they're missing. While you enter garbage indents and other ugliness that just happens if you program really much, this tool automatically corrects your input and makes it perfectly readable so that you spend less time proof-reading your code. I program really much, and I really couldn't live without it anymore. Thank you so much!!!" NixDa

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