Although Visual Studio provides a visual class browser, it's absolutely unusable because it's only updated on a compiler run, doesn't show inheritance, and last but not least, shows all classes of the project in a single tree. Learn how to create five different styles of browsers: Outline, Hierarchy, Type, Method, and a Workspace/File Browser. (The article and source code were updated.)
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