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JetBrains released a new Decompiler and Assembly Browser named “dotPeek” for .NET Application Developers. It is a FREE productivity tool which decompiles .NET 1.0 - .NET 4.5 assemblies to C# code and has support for .dll, .exe, .zip, .vsix, .nupkg, and .winmd files. It has many features like Quick jump, Effortless navigation, Support for downloading code from source servers and many more.


Continue reading the post to know details about the features and find the downloadable links. I have also embedded one video describing the features published by JetBrains.


Download dotPeek 1.0

Download dotPeek 1.0 (Installer)     Download dotPeek 1.0 (ZIP Archive)




JetBrains dotPeek is a FREE tool for developers. There are plenty of features available in dotPeek 1.0 and few of them are list below (for a complete list of features visit dotPeek Features Page):

  1. Decompile.NET 1.0 – .NET 4.5 assemblies to C# code
    dotPeek decompiles .NET assemblies to C#

  2. Support for .dll, .exe, .zip, .vsix, .nupkg, and .winmd files
    dotPeek helps you browse folders, archives, and NuGet packages

  3. Rich Assembly Explorer
    dotPeek Assembly Explorer

  4. Quick jump to a type, assembly, symbol or type member
    Go to Type to jump to specific types

  5. Effortless navigation to symbol declarations, implementations, derived and base symbols and more
    Context-sensitive navigation options

  6. Accurate search for symbol usages with advanced presentation of search results
    Find Results lists all found usages of a symbol

  7. Overview of inheritance chains
    Type Hierarchy view                Go to derived types

  8. Support for downloading code from source servers
    View source code if available

  9. Syntax highlighting
    Highlight usages in file

  10. Complete keyboard support
    dotPeek is a keyboard-centric application, providing keyboard shortcuts for most actions. By default, dotPeek uses the Visual Studio key map derived from ReSharper.

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