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Code Analysis with NDepend V3
Tuesday, March 16th, 2010
Patrick Smacchia recently sent me a free license to try out NDepend v3 and I have to say I am impressed with the product.
NDepend basically allows you to query against your code base, and can be used to run a number of different rules pertaining to structuring of classes, functions, interfaces, and a plethora of other factors.
Providing these metrics allows a developer to determine the portability of their code, while at the same time making it much easier to maintain consistency throughout your code base, especially as that code base continues to grow larger and span multiple different developers.
They also provide the ability to use their own Code Query Language (CQL) to create your own rule groupings to determine your own custom rules so you can keep yourself even more specific outside of their (many) default rules that are run upon analyzing your project.
I'm very impressed with this product, and will no doubt continue to use this moving forward on all of my development projects, one of which is growing rapidly and I plan to soon be blogging about (which oddly enough is also why I haven't been blogging as much lately).
NDependin' Tom Out.
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