Thousands of companies have chosen PostSharp.
Don’t let patterns turn into boilerplate. Choose to write cleaner, shorter code.
Avoid random errors. Unlock your code from the complexity threading has imposed.
Stop reinventing the wheel – Standard patterns like INotifyPropertyChanged, undo/redo or threading models are industry best-practices. Why re-invent the wheel when you can use proven implementations out-of-the-box from PostSharp?
Eradicate boilerplate – Implementing patterns like logging and error handling is a time-consuming and repetitive task. PostSharp patterns quickly add required functionality by reducing the duplicate code you have to write.
Let the compiler do the work for you – Project-specific patterns are very repetitive, with little or no decision left to the developer. This is exactly what computers are good at. With PostSharp, you can quickly and easily teach the compiler to implement a pattern once, saving time and reducing source code everywhere the pattern is applied.
Produce cleaner code – Fewer lines of code means a smaller surface for defects to occur. Code that is easier to read and understand is easier to modify and produces fewer defects.
Improve Encapsulation – It’s easier to add or change functionality when the codebase has good modularity. PostSharp encapsulates common code into reusable patterns, reducing the clutter and complexity in your codebase.
Architects can trust that the development team is following the correct application patterns. PostSharp will show a compile time error or warning when a guideline is not respected.
Senior Developers address complex technical issues in custom patterns and distribute them to application developers for use. This effectively multiplies the knowledge and skill of the senior developer.
Application Developers can ramp up faster and more quickly contribute since they can focus on business requirements without worrying about low-level technical details.
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"PostSharp is a pretty amazing piece of software."
Stay DRY with aspect oriented programming by injecting repetitive code directly into your application. Abstractions like AOP are the whole point of what the computer is supposed to do for us, work that’s not fun, like logging and transactions. So why not hide that?
"PostSharp has reduced thousands of lines of code."
PostSharp was especially good when we had to embed applications and needed to transfer data between them. We would have had to write a lot of code if not for just one aspect and now we don’t even think about it. It’s made life a lot easier from a development point of view.
"PostSharp simplifies our code, without making our code simple."
By using PostSharp, we've been able to consolidate and vastly simplify our code, making it more readable and maintainable. It's allowed us to more consistently leverage code throughout the code base without having to continually rewrite the same functionality over and over again. We've been so satisfied with PostSharp and AOP, that we've begun looking for other ways to leverage such a powerful framework.