Monthly Archives: December 2017
The Rider team has been on fire lately, and in an unprecedented sprint, the folks have just come up with their third major release in the span of 5 months: please welcome Rider 2017.3 RTM.
Since the first Rider 2017.3 EAP build a few weeks back, we’ve made a number of incremental changes and improvements to project templates in Rider. When creating a new solution or project, Rider gives us a number of templates by default: Instead … Continue reading
If you are using any third-party library, either via NuGet or other sources, you probably have experienced the case where something does not work as expected. To figure out what’s going on we sometimes need to debug into that third-party … Continue reading
Rider 2017.3 EAP comes with support for Web.config and App.config transformations. These configuration transformations allow us to update certain settings in a Web.config or App.config file when packaging the application. For example, we may want to update the database connection … Continue reading
If you are using the latest ReSharper 2017.3 EAP build, you may have noticed a few changes in the Extract Method refactoring, which now comes with better support for C# 6 and C# 7. Support for local functions has been added, there’s now … Continue reading
A number of debugger improvements were made in recent Rider 2017.3 EAP builds. It’s now possible to drag-and-drop the execution point, several debugger actions are now part of Alt+Enter, Rider displays function return values in locals view, and for async calls we now … Continue reading
In the latest Rider 2017.3 EAP builds, we have been hard at work improving the test runner experience. We’ve added a couple of new actions to re-run failed tests and repeat tests until failure. The Tests menu is now a … Continue reading