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Structure and Organize .NET Projects with Rider
Whether you’re starting out with a new project or refactoring a mature codebase, good folder and file organization makes your life less stressful. Having a good structure for your project creates an atmosphere that enables reading comprehension and fluid navigation. In this blog post, we’ll look at some ways to organize and streamline your .NET projects, folders, and code in Rider. Organize pro
Rider Comes to Space Dev Environments
Introducing support for JetBrains Rider in Space dev environments! Develop .NET applications, including console applications, ASP.NET Core, minimal APIs, and more.
Space Dev Environments: Support for Rider, Devfile Configuration, and More
With the updated Space dev environments, you can now develop remotely using Rider, pre-configure environments for your team, and change an IDE version.
HTMX for ASP.NET Core Developers – Tutorial
New Live Stream: Experimenting With Java and Electronics on Raspberry Pi
Join the IntelliJ IDEA Live Stream on Wednesday, April 20, at 17:00 CET / 15:00 UTC. Our special guest, Frank Delporte, author of Getting Started with Java on Raspberry Pi, will be giving a presentation entitled Experimenting With Java and Electronics on Raspberry Pi.Java is a write once, run everywhere kind of language; but is it really possible to run Java everywhere? Even on SBCs? If you though
Dev Environments Under the Hood
Take a look at how Space launches your dev environment, how warm-up is orchestrated, how your project directory is preserved during hibernation, and more!
Space Documents 2.0: Upload Any File, Manage and Automate Everything Centrally
You can now upload, preview, and share all kinds of files in Space Documents. Thanks to the new unified UI experience, managing files has never been easier. And finally, API automation is available for everyone!
GitHub Essentials with Rider
GitHub is an online hosting service for the Git version control system. It surfaces many features of Git, plus many of its own, including some social coding features. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at the essentials of using GitHub in Rider. Get to know GitHub Before we continue, it’s important to know the difference between Git and GitHub. Git is a source code control system, whereas
Introducing Support for Vault Secrets in Space Automation
Space Automation now supports HashiCorp Vault storage, allowing you to use secrets stored in a Vault server in your Automation jobs.
Improvements and Optimizations for Interpolated Strings – A Look at New Language Features in C# 10
Welcome to the fourth part of our series, where we take a closer look at the new C# language features the .NET team has implemented, and how ReSharper and Rider make it easy to adopt them in your codebase. Welcome to C# 10 and .NET 6! In this series, we are looking at: File-Scoped NamespacesCaller Argument ExpressionsGlobal UsingsImprovements and Optimizations for Interpolated StringsLambda
Live Stream Recording – HTTP Client – Secret Weapon for Web Service Testing
If you missed our last IntelliJ IDEA live stream, it’s be easy to get up to speed. Just head to our YouTube or Twitch channel and watch the recording. During the stream, Mala Gupta and her guest Yuriy Artamonov showed us the ins and outs of JetBrains’ WebService testing solution. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMUaOZ6kvJ0&t=8s This informative and hands-on episode gave us a great chan
Entity Framework Core Inside Rider: UI Way
Do you work with Entity Framework Core? Would you like to manage entities right inside your IDE? Then you're in luck! The Entity Framework Core UI plugin for Rider helps you effectively manage everything you need in EF Core. In just a few clicks you'll have produced the necessary EF Core boilerplate code that's necessary for database operations. In this guest blog post, author Andrew Rublyov de