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Redgate .NET Reflector

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Redgate

.NET Reflector is an assembly browser for the Microsoft .NET platform that can be used to explore, analyse, decompile, and debug the contents of any .NET assembly - even if you don't have the source. .NET Reflector combines class browsing, static analysis and high-level decompilation to help .NET developers understand how a library works or how it interacts with other parts of a .NET application. .NET Reflector will decompile to high level C#, VB, IL and some F# features.

Product Variants

Redgate .NET Reflector VSPro, Licence

Redgate .NET Reflector, Licence

Editions

.NET Reflector Standard

Standalone Windows application

  • Browse, analyse and decompile any .NET code
  • Decompile any .NET assembly to C#, VB.net or IL
  • Tabbed decompilation, search and analyse panes

.NET Reflector VS

Standalone Windows application

  • Browse, analyse and decompile any .NET code
  • Decompile any .NET assembly to C#, VB.net or IL
  • Tabbed decompilation, search and analyse panes

Visual Studio Integration

  • Open any assembly in Reflector straight from Visual Studio
  • Decompile assemblies without source seamlessly from inside Visual Studio
  • Browse objects using the Reflector Object Browser inside Visual Studio

.NET Reflector VSPro

Standalone Windows application

  • Browse, analyse and decompile any .NET code
  • Decompile any .NET assembly to C#, VB.net or IL
  • Tabbed decompilation, search and analyse panes

Visual Studio Integration

  • Open any assembly in Reflector straight from Visual Studio
  • Decompile assemblies without source seamlessly from inside Visual Studio
  • Browse objects using the Reflector Object Browser inside Visual Studio

Debug assemblies without source code

  • Step-through debugging of any decompiled assembly in Visual Studio
  • Set breakpoints anywhere in the decompiled code
  • Watch variables, set next statements, modify variable values, and dynamic expression evaluation