ReSharper provides a set of tools to assist with routine of software internationalization. It greatly simplifies working with resources by providing a full stack of features for resource (.resx) files and resource usages in C# and VB.NET code, as well as in ASP.NET and XAML markup.
You can navigate between cultures up and down the culture hierarchy, from code files and from resource files. ReSharper prompts what a resource entry overrides and where it is overridden. For more details and illustrations, see Navigation section.
There is a number of resource-related refactorings, such as move to resource, rename resource, inline resource, etc. See Refactorings section for more information.
Also, ReSharper suggests quick-fixes and context actions to make your life easier while working with resources. To get acquainted with them, see Quick-Fixes section.
ReSharper provides Code Completion features
for resource usages in code files. It will suggest you resource name and, sometimes,
resource file name as you type:
The Quick Documentation works perfectly for resources.
You can place the caret at the resource and press Ctrl+Q
to get the quick but thorough overview of the resource: