Open Source Company Koders' Early Access Program Provides Eclipse and VS.NET Plug-Ins

Smart Search Service Provides Developers with Real-Time Code Recommendations

Koders, Inc. has introduced new plug-in enhancements that have the potential to transform the way developers write code, the company says, by actively providing recommendations for code reuse while they work.

Koders says it has the world's largest open source code search engin,  containing over 225 million lines of source. Its new Early Access Program for Eclipse and VS.NET plug-ins features a new Smart Search Service and localization support. The new Smart Search Service provides developers with code recommendations in real-time, by monitoring new code as its created and visually notifying developers of opportunities to reuse existing code from

Without the need to leave their preferred IDEs, developers have access to tens of thousands of open source software projects that they can cut-and-paste into their own applications. The new plug-ins also introduce language localization support for English, German, Russian, and Hindi. Support for users behind proxies has also been enhanced.

The EAP continues through December 31, 2005. Additional information on Koders is available at

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