Rider 2017.1 – JetBrains .NET IDE hits RTM

Jura Gorohovsky

Today, a certain cross-platform .NET IDE hits its greatest milestone so far: Rider 2017.1 RTM is now available for download and purchase. If you’re an All Products Pack subscriber, the license covers Rider: just start using it right away.

JetBrains Rider 2017.1 is released

What is JetBrains Rider

If you haven’t been following closely, here’s a quick summary of Rider.

Rider is a cross-platform .NET IDE: you can use it on Windows, Mac and Linux. Rider lets you develop ASP.NET, .NET Core, .NET Framework, Xamarin and Unity applications.

Rider is a combination of several JetBrains technologies: it puts ReSharper‘s powerful .NET support in the shell of IntelliJ IDEA, and includes WebStorm (front-end development) and DataGrip (SQL and database management) functionality out of the box. If you have experience using ReSharper in Visual Studio, or any of JetBrains IDEs, we hope you will feel right at home with Rider.

Languages supported by Rider include C#, VB.NET, F#, ASP.NET’s Razor syntax, JavaScript, TypeScript, XAML, HTML, CSS, SCSS, LESS, JSON, and SQL.

Rider’s feature set includes 2,000+ live code inspections across the supported languages, 500+ refactorings, a variety of code base navigation helpers, a unit test runner, debugger, rich coding assistance, and a lot more advanced IDE features.

How is Rider licensed?

As we blogged earlier, Rider uses the standard JetBrains licensing model: there are subscriptions available for corporate and individual customers, with monthly and yearly payment options. Using your subscription continuously helps you save up to 40% off standard price on your third year and onwards.

In addition to standalone licensing, Rider is also part of All Products pack along with other JetBrains IDEs and .NET tools. There’s also a Rider + ReSharper Ultimate bundle subscription that helps you save on subscription costs while keeping access to other JetBrains .NET tools such as ReSharper and dotTrace.

Rider is available for free to selected groups of customers including Microsoft MVPs, ASP.NET insiders, students, teachers, and non-commercial Open Source projects.

To learn more about pricing, get a quote or apply for a complimentary license, see the Rider Buy page.

What’s next?

We want to roll out at least two more releases this year: an inevitable bugfix release in a few weeks, and another major release (2017.2) in the Fall. Things that we expect to be addressing include support for MSTest and .NET Core 2.0, as well as releasing an SDK. We’ll certainly be keeping a close eye on your feedback (submitted via the support form, issue tracker or elsewhere) to see what other major issues need to be addressed.

Meanwhile, please download Rider for Windows, macOS or Linux, and take it for a 30-day trial.

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101 Responses to Rider 2017.1 – JetBrains .NET IDE hits RTM

  1. Aleksandr says:

    May 27, 2016

    I and my company is preparing to buy some new Resharper Ultimate licenses and upgrade some existing Resharper 9.x, but we can hardly find a good timing for it.. I already suggested to wait a bit, with a hope Resharper 2016.1 will be with ASP.NET Core support. I appreciate ASP.NET Core is not ready itself yet, but anyway.. All these often updates are good and nice to see, but according to new Jetbrains licensing model – it looks a bit unfair from end-user perspective..

    All these updates basically mean that if I buy licence today – in near future (when my license will be dropped to “fallback” one) I can end with no new features (e.g. no ASP.NET Core support). Although there are even parts like “multiple bug fixes” in new release – which makes it even more unfair. Please correct me if I’m wrong.

    Speaking about specific updates – starting from around 2015 November there were quite a lot of new Resharper releases with breaking changes/features. For example NUnit 3 is not supported in Resharper 9.x. In a such rapid technology updates time (like famous ASP.NET Core) – I even don’t have an idea when there will be a good timing to buy a license having in mind new licensing model and so often updates.

    • Slava Trenogin says:

      May 27, 2016

      Aleksandr, the best time is now. Each next release is supposed to be better so you can stuck waiting forever for the ideal release.

    • ta.speot.is says:

      May 28, 2016

      It’s a subscription license model … you’re always up to date.

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      May 30, 2016

      Hi Aleksandr,

      There are a few answers to your question already, and I concur with both.

      Just for the record however, if you’re not interested in a recurring subscription and you’re looking to stop at a particular version that you’re satisfied with, you should consider that your fallback version will be counted as the final month of your consecutive subscription minus 12 months. That means, for example, that if you pay for a yearly subscription in June 2016 but the version that you’d like to stay on gets released, say, in September 2016, you can fall back to that version by adding 3 more months to your subscription (instead of another whole year), increasing your non-interrupted subscription to 15 months.

      Good luck.

  2. Mike-EEE says:

    May 28, 2016

    Ugh! I want to try all the latest magic but extensions are not installed/do not work for EAPs. Is there not a way to design your extensions so that they must be specific to a particular version? It seems like extensions designed for 2016.1 should would for 2016.x. Or even to allow us as end users to “try at our own risk” to see if they even work to begin with… otherwise at this point using R# w/o my R# extensions is like using VS w/o R#… no bueno. 😛

    • Matt Ellis says:

      May 30, 2016

      Hi Mike. Unfortunately, this is not something we can easily fix. The main problem is that almost all of our functionality is ultimately built on top of the syntax trees parsed from the files in a solution – from the semantic model, to inspections, code completion, navigation and refactoring. The same goes for plugins.

      If we want to support a new language feature, we have to change the shape of this tree, and add, remove or otherwise change existing node definitions, and this is a breaking change. For example, C#6 introduced interpolated strings, which meant that instead of one string literal node, we now have several nodes that represent strings, verbatim strings, interpolated strings, interpolated string holes and verbatim interpolated strings. Similarly, `using` statements had to change to work with both namespace imports and static class imports.

      We can’t add these kinds of changes to the syntax trees in a backwards compatible manner – it’s not technically feasible. And you can’t abstract these things, either – the syntax tree is already the abstraction. Which basically means, every time we change a syntax tree, we make breaking changes and require plugins to be updated.

      And we have a lot of languages that we manage – so if C# hasn’t been updated in a release (and it has here, as we’re starting to support C#7), then another language is updated (TypeScript is seeing rapid updates). Managing this per-language, or per-feature becomes too much of an overhead, so we unfortunately require plugins to be updated for each new version. Not ideal, of course, but I don’t really see a way around it.

      • José Manuel Nieto Sánchez says:

        June 12, 2016

        No extensions! Bummer 🙁 I’m too used to running my xUnit tests with R#

        • Stephan says:

          July 4, 2016

          The xUnit runner is integrated into the product since 2016.1, an extension isn’t needed any more.

          See https://www.jetbrains.com/resharper/whatsnew/#out-of-the-box-xunit .

          • Ophir says:

            August 15, 2016

            I’ve installed the 2016.2 EAP and have written an xUnit test inside a .NET Core Class Library and in R# I don’t see the tests.

            • Jura Gorohovsky says:

              August 15, 2016

              That’s probably because ReSharper 2016.2 doesn’t run .NET Core tests yet. We haven’t done this in time for release, and .NET Core test support is now expected in 2016.3 (to be released in November or December; EAP to start in September)

      • Mike-EEE says:

        July 26, 2016

        Thank you for the great explanation, Matt. I have created an issue for this here:
        https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/RSRP-459966

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  4. John Reynolds says:

    May 31, 2016

    Is there any hope of the VB.Net users getting any push forward in the next few releases?

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      June 1, 2016

      John, what exactly do you mean when you say “push forward”?

  5. Daniel Cumings says:

    June 2, 2016

    Any chance we will have Search Text Everywhere similar to what exists in Visual Studio Code or used to exist with the Goto Word (triple T) extension. I know this is one of the most missed features for most people I talk to about Resharper.

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      June 14, 2016

      Daniel, yes, integrating “Go to word” into mainline ReSharper is on our plan.

  6. Customer says:

    July 30, 2016

    “Dear” reshaprer.
    Please correct a bug when a net core reference is added to a net core web api project.
    Resharper is showing usings with red and also objects in red.
    This is annoying. The only way to solve this is disable resharper.

    • Mike says:

      August 5, 2016

      Really! 30 days after .net core release resharper don’t see references to other projects in solution

  7. Derek says:

    August 3, 2017

    I’m interested in purchasing options but your Buy link (https://www.jetbrains.com/rider/buy/) is not working. 🙂

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      August 3, 2017

      Thanks Derek, and apologies. Looks like we’ve just fixed the problem, can you confirm?

      • Derek Price says:

        August 3, 2017

        It’s fixed!

  8. Derek says:

    August 3, 2017

    I was able to guess and get to it here: https://www.jetbrains.com/rider/buy/#edition=commercial

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  10. Ed says:

    August 3, 2017

    We are current ReSharper / Visual Studio users and I only see an option to purchase ReSharper Ultimate + Rider. We don’t have budget for Ultimate. Is there an option to purchase just ReSharper + Rider?

    If so, how much to add Rider to our existing ReSharper license? We are a long time business customer since ReSharper v1.

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      August 4, 2017

      Ed, we don’t have a ReSharper + Rider pack because we feel that the pricing that we set for the ReSharper Ultimate + Rider bundle already provides a significant advantage (~$450) over buying ReSharper and Rider (~$650) separately. Upgrading existing commercial ReSharper subscriptions to ReSharper Ulitmate + Rider will cost $150 or less, depending on your subscription status. For a more precise estimate, you can use your company’s JetBrains Account to get a quote, or contact JetBrains sales.

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      August 4, 2017

      Thanks for listing issues that you require to be resolved! Here’s their status.
      RIDER-507: merged in, expected in 2017.1.1.
      RIDER-2316 and RIDER-7418 describe the same problem, no time estimate yet (AFAIK requires UI design that is not complete yet)
      RIDER-7593: expecting to fix in 2017.2 (September or October)

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  12. pete says:

    August 3, 2017

    Awesome news! Congratulations and thanks for great work guys! Keep it up!

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      August 4, 2017

      Thanks Pete!

  13. Jörg B. says:

    August 3, 2017

    Good evening,

    congratulations for reaching RTM & I wanted to upgrade from my 3years(+) Resharper Ultimate license but noticed that I would not get the ‘3 years onwards’ price with the Resharper + Rider combo pack but it would rather start again from the beginning.

    Are there any plans to allow long-time Resharper customers to roll their multi-year-customer status/benefit over to the R#+Rider combo?

    Thanks
    -Jörg

    • smad says:

      August 3, 2017

      Also disappointed (as user of Resharper Ultimate). With current features and bugs, i’m not ready to pay full price again. Where is ctrl+alt+shift+A (show origin,destination) ,ctr+T,T (text search), ctrl+shift+f11, search with pattern(creating custom code inspections and quick-fixes), code lens(references count), etc.

      • Jura Gorohovsky says:

        August 4, 2017

        Apologies. Please try again: not keeping the continuity discount on upgrade from ReSharper Ultimate to ReSharper Ultimate + Rider was a bug that we’ve just deployed a fix for.

        As to the features that you pointed out, their status is the following:
        * Call and value tracking that are available on Ctrl+Alt+Shift+A in ReSharper: we hope to add these features later this year, we’re missing them, too
        * Go to Text will probably not be added because Rider’s Find in Path provides a very similar experience with live preview of results
        * Go to Type Declaration (Ctrl+Shift+F11 in ReSharper) is available as Go to Type of Symbol via a shortcut or the Navigate To menu.
        * UI to search with pattern: no definite plans for now. The IntelliJ platform has its own UI for these purposes, we’ll probably need to reuse it but we can’t give an estimate.
        * Functionality similar to CodeLens: please vote up RIDER-2278. Quite a popular request and we’ll get to it but probably not earlier than in 2017.3

        • Smad says:

          August 4, 2017

          Thx for fix and explaining, made upgrade)

        • Sergii Volchkov says:

          August 7, 2017

          Is there an issue to vote for regarding “Call and value tracking that are available on Ctrl+Alt+Shift+A”?
          I’d like to be able to use Rider as a more lightweight alternative to VS when I need to quickly check how something works in a project other than the primary one I work on, and in this workflow R# navigation features are key.

          • Jura Gorohovsky says:

            August 7, 2017

            Sergii, you can vote up this request

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      August 4, 2017

      Hi Jörg,

      Right, not keeping the continuity discount when upgrading from ReSharper Ultimate to ReSharper Ultimate from Rider was a bug that we have just deployed a fix for. Please try again, and I’d appreciate if you confirm that your 3+ year discount is preserved.

      Thanks and apologies!

  14. Taylor Graham says:

    August 3, 2017

    Congratulations to the Rider team! Very excited about this 🙂 Is there any plans in the pipeline for implementing other JetBrains tools like dotCover or dotTrace into Rider?

    • ADev says:

      August 4, 2017

      I am also interested in integration with other tools!

      And congrats to the jetbrains team, you did awesome work, im glad i participated to the EAPs, this is the best IDE for C# dev, after few years, we finaly got it thanks <3

      • Jura Gorohovsky says:

        August 4, 2017

        Thanks! See my reply to Taylor for an estimate on profiling/coverage tools.

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      August 4, 2017

      Thanks Taylor!

      We do have integrating these guys in mind but we’d need a cross-platform profiler technology which isn’t complete yet. I wouldn’t expect to see anything along these lines in production less than in a year from now.

      • Taylor Graham says:

        August 5, 2017

        Understandable – I know OpenCover is facing similar issues for providing cross-platform support. Thanks for the response!

  15. Amri says:

    August 4, 2017

    May I know what are the changes between the RC and this release ?

  16. Seth Rudesill says:

    August 4, 2017

    Alexandra, thanks for the heads up. Seems like there are some major issues to iron out.

  17. Alexander Ovchinnikov says:

    August 4, 2017

    why my evaluation license already expired?
    http://clip2net.com/s/3MFCFxf
    http://clip2net.com/s/3MFCAa0

  18. Yuri Trukhin says:

    August 4, 2017

    Awesome 🙂

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      August 4, 2017

      Thanks Yuri!

  19. Nontas Ravazoulas says:

    August 4, 2017

    Great news as always!!!

    Question, does Rider support publishing a release apk for xamarin forms project?
    I’ve tried Build->Publish Solution but nothing happens…

    Thanks

    • Julia Vaseva says:

      August 8, 2017

      Nontas, currently, there is no action for publishing Xamarin applications. “Publish solution” is for ASP.Net projects. Please vote for a corresponding Youtrack issue: https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/RIDER-8485

  20. Simon says:

    August 4, 2017

    Hi JB,

    Congrats on the release, great work!

    This blog post https://blog.jetbrains.com/dotnet/2017/05/03/rider-licensing-pricing/
    says:
    “Even better, if you have an existing ReSharper Ultimate subscription, you can upgrade it to Rider + ReSharper Ultimate and keep the continuous subscription discount that you have earned before upgrading.”

    I don’t seem able to buy a copy without losing my discount, did you change your mind on this?

    Thanks

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      August 4, 2017

      Simon, this was a bug that we’ve deployed a fix for today. The continuity discount should now be honored when you upgrade from ReSharper Ultimate to ReSharper Ultimate + Rider. Apologies.

  21. Mark says:

    August 4, 2017

    Kudos to the teams on completing this huge undertaking.

    Looking forward to the 2017.2 EAP with .NET Core 2.0 support. 😉

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      August 4, 2017

      Thanks Mark! We expect to start the 2017.2 EAP by September.

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  23. Behrad Izadi says:

    August 4, 2017

    Hi
    I opened a xamarin form project in Rider and everything is fine except I can’t connect the iPhone simulator to Rider
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  25. Hung Nguyen says:

    August 4, 2017

    Please improve the look and feel, the file icons look cheap and the navigator buttons look so boring, make them colorful please. You guys can have a look the Material theme of Intelij IDEA, a lot people love it. An IDE is good not only by the functionalities it offer but also by how it looks like

  26. Ken says:

    August 4, 2017

    Great work! Very happy with what I’ve seen so far .

    Question: Does Rider support docker container debug and continue. Like that was introduced with dcproj and VS 2017? I don’t need it often, but when I do it’s extremely useful.

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      August 7, 2017

      Thanks Ken!

      Docker debugging isn’t supported so far. Please vote up RIDER-6410.

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  28. John Doe says:

    August 6, 2017

    Are there any plans to implement winforms designer in rider?

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      August 7, 2017

      John, here’s the corresponding feature request. Not sure there will be a full-fledged designer but we’re definitely considering adding a way to preview WinForms and WPF UI.

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  30. Eric Brunner says:

    August 7, 2017

    Hi,
    Can I use my existing R# commerial (not ultimate) licence when I buy only the Rider IDE or what options exist?
    Thanks for clarifications
    Best
    Eric

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      August 8, 2017

      Eric,

      Your best option is to upgrade ReSharper to the ReSharper Ultimate + Rider pack. AFAIK the JetBrains eStore is expected to support this kind of upgrade directly (as opposed to a two-step upgrade) later this week.

  31. Jamie.Oglethorpe says:

    August 7, 2017

    Is there, or will there be support for SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT AKA .sqlproj)?

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      August 8, 2017

      Jamie, support for .sqlproj is not yet there, please vote up RIDER-6150

  32. Alex says:

    August 7, 2017

    I would like to test the deployment options and I set up an FTP server, but the Tools/Deployment options are grayed out. Is this a limitation of the free trial?
    Thank you!

    • Alex says:

      August 7, 2017

      Nevermind, there was an error in the configuration, after I fixed it the options became available.

  33. Aaron says:

    August 8, 2017

    Hi, I was using Rider beta here and there to see if it’s become usable and ready for a production environment but it wasn’t. And it seems this has counted towards my 30 day trial for the RTM release. I’m sure a lot of people like me would like to give it another go now that it’s come out of beta. Can you extend the trial?

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      August 8, 2017

      Aaron, please reset your evaluation manually by following this guide. This is a bug, apologies.

  34. Jerrie Pelser says:

    August 8, 2017

    You guys want to charge me $89 upgrading from Resharper Ultimate to Resharper Ultimate + Rider, even though there is only a $30 price difference. And no, extension of the license period is not to blame, because I only upgraded to Resharper Ultimate yesterday.

    Why are you doing this to customers?

    • Jerrie Pelser says:

      August 8, 2017

      Apologies. Ignore my comment. This was an oversight by the sales person which he duly corrected, and gave me a great upgrade price 🙂

  35. Andre Santos says:

    August 9, 2017

    Very cool, is rider functionality be added as a plugin to IntelliJ Idea the same way Intellij is a superset of webstorm/phpstorm or it will always be a separate product?

    Yes, I know, weird request 😛 but I like to use Rider to build part of my system and then continue my webdevelopment/java dev with the good old IDEA.

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      August 9, 2017

      Andre, we’re not planning to provide Rider as a plugin to IntelliJ IDEA for the reasons described here.

  36. Dachi Gogotchuri says:

    August 10, 2017

    Hi! Thank you very much with this super IDE for .NET Developers on a Mac. I have some questions about features it will come:

    – Multiplatform App with pre-configured Xamarin.Forms + .NET Standard project?
    – Create .NET Standard library
    – Add xaml page (Xamarin) beside of an WPF user control page
    – Third party plugins, easy to import from vs4mac or vs extensions? Gorilla Player/Xamarin Live Player support where great. MFractor where cool too.
    – iOS storyboard or Open with XCode?
    – iOS .plist UI for changing values?
    – Archive for publishing of Android and iOS?
    – iOS/Android Build, Bundle Signing and IPA/Package

    Thank’s a lot and rider looks really good! 🙂

    PS: Cool looking nuget manager

  37. Julia Vaseva says:

    August 10, 2017

    Hi Dachi,

    Rider fully supports Xamarin.Forms application development except for having a project template for it. Everything considering UI is already on our to-do list. You might be interested in the following feature requests: RIDER-7615, RIDER-609, RIDER-8551, RIDER-8008
    Publishing Android and iOS is something we are working on too.

    Speaking about plugins, we are about to provide an SDK for those who would like to develop plugins for Rider, but importing VS extensions to Rider is rather a question for extension developers.

    • Dachi Gogotchuri says:

      August 11, 2017

      Great! Thank you very much Julia for the info!

  38. Bradley says:

    August 14, 2017

    I know it isn’t great for your marketing, but I’d like to know what Visual Studio features this *doesn’t* support.

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      August 16, 2017

      Bradley, thanks for the question, it’s fine for our marketing.

      Off top of my head, features that the Visual Studio has but the current Rider lacks include: UI designers (for WebForms, WinForms, UWP, WPF), IntelliTrace, code metrics (maintainability index, cyclomatic complexity, depth of inheritance, class coupling, lines of code), performance and diagnostics hub, MSTest (Visual Studio Testing) support, visual resource editor, CodeLens, architecture and modelling tools (Code Map, UML and layer diagrams), and code clone detection.

      Two things to note in this regard: (1) many of the Visual features above are only available in Visual Studio Enterprise; (2) some of these features will arrive in Rider sooner or later: for example, MSTest will be supported in version 2017.2.

  39. Alexey Osipenko says:

    August 15, 2017

    It’s great to have Idea-based IDE for C# on Linux. Thanks for your work.
    But I have a problem, trying to use it instead of VS+ReSharper toolset: I have some self-written ReSharper plugins with my custom inspections and I have not found a way to use them with Rider. Is there .Net API to Raider IDE internals for plugin developers?

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      August 16, 2017

      Alexey, SDK for Rider is not yet there but we’re looking to make progress in this regard later this year. Stay tuned.

      • Alexey Osipenko says:

        August 16, 2017

        Magnificent!
        And what platform it would be based on: .Net or Jvm?

        • Jura Gorohovsky says:

          August 16, 2017

          For custom inspections, you’ll most likely be OK with .NET, and won’t have to change your code a lot compared to the way you write a ReSharper plugin.

          For more complicated plugins, you’d have to use wrote both .NET and JVM code.

  40. michael says:

    August 17, 2017

    Hello,
    Is creating Xamarin projects supported for Linux machines?

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      August 18, 2017

      Michael, AFAIK creating Xamarin projects on Linux is disabled due to issues with Linux and Xamarin.Android (see RIDER-5747)

  41. Rahul says:

    August 21, 2017

    Downloaded RD-171.4456.2169 in zip format. How to start?
    I don’t find exe inside bin to start Rider.

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      August 21, 2017

      Are you specifically looking for a portable launcher? If you’re not, please download the default .exe distribution.

      • Rahul says:

        August 22, 2017

        Looking for portable solution. Is it possible?

        • Jura Gorohovsky says:

          August 22, 2017

          I see. On Windows, look for bin/rider.bat in the zip distribution.

          • Rahul says:

            August 22, 2017

            I tried it, but nor opening rider at all.

            • Jura Gorohovsky says:

              August 22, 2017

              Check the output of the .bat file, it might be missing environment variables (it requires JDK_HOME or JAVA_HOME as far as I recall).

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