In this blog post, we will walk through some new features in Rider 2019.3 to help working with projects and solutions. The first part will cover new code inspections and quick-fixes for TFM definitions. In the second part we’ll cover managing solution and project configurations. The closing part will be about initial support for solution filters. Let’s get started!
Starting from Resharper 2019.3, we added more colors settings for highlighting code from Tools | Options | Fonts and Colors to adjust code highlighting more precisely. Let’s take a look at the new color options that are available!
Before getting started, make sure ReSharper’s Color Identifiers settings is enabled. You’ll see the setting under ReSharper | Options | Code Inspection | Settings.
Join us Thursday, February 13, 2020, 16:00 – 17:00 CET (10:00 AM – 11:00 AM EST or check other timezones) for our free live webinar, Background Tasks Without a Separate Service: Hangfire for ASP.NET, with Matthew D. Groves.
If you’re a web developer, eventually you’ll need to do some background processing. This has often meant running separate daemons, services, or Cron jobs, potentially complicating your integration and deployment. With Hangfire, you can create background tasks that run right inside the same .NET or .NET Core application. Hangfire background tasks can scale easily to multiple servers and can use a variety of durable storage options. You even get a monitoring UI right out of the box.
In this session, we’ll look at the basics of setting up Hangfire, and how to perform fire-and-forget, delayed, recurring, and continuations of background tasks. We’ll also look at possible gotchas: debugging, failed jobs, cloud deployment.
Even though the new major 2019.3 releases for both ReSharper Ultimate and Rider have both come out, we have not forgotten about our users who still use the summer 2019.2 releases. And today, we’ve published a new set of bug fixes: ReSharper Ultimate 2019.2.4 and Rider 2019.2.4.
Great news! If you are using our latest Rider 2019.3 release, you get to enjoy various debugger updates! .NET apps running with Docker Compose can be debugged with Rider, an update to edit & continue adds C# 8 support, and we’ve improved the user experience for exception settings.
The debugger tool window received some updates as well, with recursive Pin to Top evaluation and the Jump to Type Source action. And we’ve made some enhancements to remote debugging as well.
In other words: a great excuse for a blog post with more details! Let’s have a look. Continue reading
And here we are, turning over a new year. Happy new year, everyone!
Apple has made a lot of news in January over the years. The company itself incorporated in January 1977. Later, Apple introduced the Lisa computer in 1983 for a whopping 10,000 US dollars! In 1984 the Mac was announced and released.
In 2019’s last release, dotCover is about to receive its fair share of upgrades:
- Support for Unity tests in JetBrains Rider.
- Support for Microsoft Fakes in Visual Studio 2017 or later.
- The ability to group coverage results by nested namespaces in both Rider and Visual Studio, and in reports generated by the dotCover console tool.
Let’s check out the details!
We’ve just published Rider 2019.3.1 hotfix.
It has the following hotfixes:
We’ve just published ReSharper Ultimate 2019.3.1 hotfix. Come and grab one if you are experiencing any of the issues listed below.
This may seem basic to some, but a significant number of bug reports are difficult for the product developers to understand, because they are missing information, are vague or poorly written. Some users report problems with software but leave out important, large, details. Others might not like certain features, though those features are error free, yet report opinions as bugs.
Often, people are reluctant to report bugs/issues because they simply aren’t sure if what they’re experiencing is a feature, user error, bug, or if the product is supposed to work that way. This happens to everyone from time to time.
There’s a lot of things that show up in an issue tracker that isn’t a bug or a feature. This post is for those who want to enhance the clarity of their bug reports, so product teams can implement those cool shiny features/fixes in a timely manner. Continue reading