Project Rider: subscribe to receive early builds as soon as they are ready

Remember Project Rider, that funky mix of ReSharper and the IntelliJ platform that makes up a new cross-platform C# IDE?

JetBrains Rider: text editor and quick-fixes

We’re actively working to start delivering builds that are good enough to be used outside JetBrains.

Meanwhile, we have just opened a form for you to subscribe to take part in Project Rider Early Access Program. To everyone who subscribes, we will be sending links to Project Rider builds as soon as they are ready.

Subscribe and hold on!

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6 Responses to Project Rider: subscribe to receive early builds as soon as they are ready

  1. Christian Schmitt says:

    I’m looking so often at this blog, just for such a post…

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  4. Syndog says:

    I am *thrilled* at this announcement! I harbor an enduring hatred of Visual Studio — ReSharper makes it tolerable at best. Now the high-tech minds at JetBrains is finally going to show the industry how C# is supposed to be done!

  5. Nicolas Bousquet says:

    I can finally leave the Flash Platform knowing I’ll be able to keep my osx and jetbrains IDE. Unity and Xamarin, beware.

  6. Tyler says:

    I really want to thank you guys for making Rider project happens. I really love C# as a language, but hate the fact that the most of best tools and IDE seems to be stuck with Windows. I use Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.2 Workstation as my primary operating system for work when possible (due to security features of HDD encryption, SELinux Suites, CVE patches and Reliable Supports.) Rider would make it much easier to work with Mono/CoreCLR/LLILC on Linux. It makes no sense for me to stay with Windows in personal and business prospect, other than retaining an IDE like Visual Studios. I hope Rider will stand to make a positive impact on Linux Software Ecosystem and bring C# to Linux.

    Only question I have is, will Rider have a good support and documentation for Plugin Development?

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