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The Rider 2023.3 Release Candidate Is Now Available

There’s only a few days left before the next major release for Rider! Don’t feel like waiting? Get a sneak peek of Rider 2023.3 now by downloading the Release Candidate build that has just landed on our website.

The Release Candidate build contains all of the notable changes that we’ve introduced over the course of the Early Access Program and covered in our previous blog posts.

Here are the highlights:

  • An extended feature set for AI Assistant, including AI-powered multi-line completion.
  • .NET 8 SDK support, including the latest features from C# 12 and F# 8. 
  • An improved UX when running multiple projects.
  • Type dependency diagrams.
  • Predictive debugging.
  • The ability to create and navigate through unit tests, including an AI-powered option to generate test code.
  • Performance enhancements to code analysis.
  • Support for GitLab snippets.
  • An all-in-one Diff viewer for VCS.
  • A new Modules view for the debugger
  • UI Toolkit and shader variant support for Unity projects.
  • The option to ignore PCH files in analysis for Unreal Engine games. 
  • Improvements to TypeScript and Angular support. 
  • Code completion for Central Package Management.
  • Improved database tools.
  • Enhancements for the built-in dotTrace and dotMemory profiling tools. 

If you encounter any issues when using the Rider 2023.3 Release Candidate, please let us know in our issue tracker.

Just a reminder: There are a few ways you can download and install the latest preview build:

Which features and updates are you most excited about? Let us know in the comments below or tweet at us.

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