Sometimes it's the little extensions that add up to allot...
How often do you need to get NuGet info on an assembly in your Project References? Maybe look them up on Stack Overflow? Or simply want to see the version numbers for a set of References?
Matthew Burleigh needed this once too many times, so did what dev's do and wrote an Visual Studio extension to make it quick, easy and just a couple clicks away...
Adds context menu items to project reference to quickly open NuGet, Stack Overflow, etc for one or more references.
See the changelog for changes and roadmap.
- Additional context menu items to allow easy access to enhanced functionality.
1. Version Information
Get the version information for one (or more) selected project references
2. Open NuGet home page
Open the NuGet.org home page for any selected NuGet references
3. Search StackOverflow
Open a StackOverflow search based on the NuGet id of selected references
Check out the contribution guidelines if you want to contribute to this project.
For cloning and building this project yourself, make sure to install the Extensibility Tools 2015 extension for Visual Studio which enables some features used by this project.