For example Visual Studio as C++ development IDE is very good. The truth is it’s nice to work with VS and of course if over now we have ReSharper for C++ support, think about creating apps for Arduino or Galileo starts to be more than interesting.
This specific version for C++ has some classic ReSharper features like auto-complete with templates
And classical refactoring actions as Rename, Refactor to Variable, Extract, etc. I have not tried the actions of navigation, nor the code analysis but I think that you can give you an idea of how fast that can now be the development environment for C++ with the help of ReSharper.
And to close, here’s the Twitter thread
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