Code alignment
 

Code alignment is the practice of formatting your code vertically to improve readability.

Based on principles borrowed from mathematics and other disciplines, code alignment gives extra meaning to your code by lining up similar data in columns. This is something we do naturally when working with tables and spreadsheets, but unfortunately it doesn't get applied to code often enough.

The usual excuses are, "It's too hard. It takes too long. They don't pay me enough." With the IDE extensions on this website, these excuses are no longer valid.

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Code alignment for Visual Studio

Visual Studio is arguably the world's most powerful IDE. If you're a .NET developer chances are you live in this environment. Code alignment is compatible with Visual Studio 2010 and Visual Studio 2012.

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Code alignment for Notepad++

Notepad++ is a handy little editor. It opens almost instantly so you can get straight to work. It supports syntax highlighting for almost every language you can think of, and combined with code alignment, it is a very powerful environment.

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Code alignment for Sublime Text

Sublime Text is an IDE that has gained traction for being lightweight & attractive.
Code alignment for Sublime Text will only work on the Windows x86 install.

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Code alignment for Expression Blend

Expression Blend is a Designing tool from Microsoft. The code editor is limited, but code alignment helps makes it much better.

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