Rider 2020.3.3 and ReSharper Tools 2020.3.3 Have Landed!
Hello everyone! We‘ve just published the ReSharper Tools 2020.3.3 and Rider 2020.3.3 releases. Here’s a quick synopsis of the most critical fixes we’ve delivered with these builds. You can use the links below to navigate directly to the product you are interested in: Rider ReSharper dotMemory ReSharper Command Line Tools Rider 2020.3.3 The overall debugger experience is as smooth and fast as i
XAML Preview Tool Improvements in Rider 2021.1 EAP
In the latest Rider 2021.1 Early Access Preview (EAP), we're helping .NET developers have the best development experience in building Windows-native applications. We've improved the XAML Preview tool, an essential feedback mechanism for WPF and XAML developers. Introduced in Rider 2018.1, the XAML preview tool window for WPF (on Windows) allows developers to preview the results of their XAML chang
Rider 2020.3.2 and ReSharper 2020.3.2 Released
Hello everyone, From time to time, even a bugfix update needs an urgent hotfix update. Last week we published Rider 2020.3.1, which fixed several hot issues from the 2020.3 release. Unfortunately, we re-introduced the RIDER-54983 issue that affected all the icons from the plugins. The icons couldn't be displayed in the code editor, including icons in the code completion popup, on the left margin,
Auto-Detect Code Format Rules With Rider 2020.3
As developers, we're in a neverending struggle to find a balance between style and substance. The tabs vs. spaces argument even found its way into pop culture during Season 3 of HBO's Silicon Valley. We understand that style can be a point of debate within teams. While the codebase's style might not impact the runtime execution of applications, it can have measurable impacts on team productivity.
Working With Uno Platform And Rider
Today we would like to share with you a special guest post from our friends over at Uno Platform. They have been working hard on bringing a first-class cross-platform experience to .NET developers everywhere. This post was originally writen by Kenzie Whalen-Dunn. With the release of Uno Platform 3.0, developers can now create multi-platform applications for desktop, mobile and web apps using Rider
Immediate Window – Interact with your Code while Debugging in Rider
A valuable part of the debugging experience is experimentation, modifying variables and determining whether the outcomes were what we expected. With the latest release of Rider 2020.3 EAP, we're happy to give developers more tools that make debugging more effective. As you may have guessed from the title of this post, the Immediate Window is shipping in Rider 2020.3 EAP. What is the Immediate Wind
Create UML Diagrams using PlantUML
UML, or Unified Modeling Language, is, as the name implies, a modeling language that allows you to visualize systems. In this post, we’ll look at how PlantUML enables you to create various kinds of diagrams so that you can properly document your software. We’ll create two of the most popular UML diagram types: Class and Use Case diagrams, to demonstrate what you can do with the PlantUML plugin in
Hacktoberfest 2020 and .NET OSS
Get out your dirndl and lederhosen - it's that time of year again! We're excited to be sponsoring Hacktoberfest 2020. Hacktoberfest is an opportunity for contributors worldwide to give back to their favorite projects in the form of pull-requests. In this blog post, you will find out what Hacktoberfest is, as well as a nice surprise by JetBrains. But there's more! We'll share types of activities yo
Building a Xamarin.Forms Moon Phase App
One of the wonderful things about .NET is the vast array of platforms .NET developers can target. My personal experience has been developing ASP.NET applications and HTTP APIs, but recently I've been dabbling with mobile applications built using Rider and Xamarin.Forms. For those curious, or maybe even a little scared, about working with Xamarin.Forms, well, don't be. I've found the Xamarin.Forms
Rider Starts Its Early Access Program for 2020.3
Hello everyone, Welcome to the early access program of our third release of the year, Rider 2020.3. The highlights of the first EAP build include more advanced C# 9 support, new debugger features, and UX improvements. Let’s look into the details. UX improvements The most obvious update is the redesigned Welcome screen. More is less: we’ve tried to make the first window you see in Rider a
ReSharper 2020.2.3 and Rider 2020.2.3 Are Available!
Dear everyone, Today is bug-fix day! We’ve addressed several issues in both ReSharper and Rider and published the ReSharper 2020.2.3 and Rider 2020.2.3 builds. ReSharper 2020.2.3 ReSharper no longer freezes Visual Studio when the Favorite Documents extension is installed (RSRP-481224). Now you have more precise control over which Visual Studio actions can be overridden by ReSharper on the ReSharp
Rider 2020.3 Roadmap
Hello folks! With the Rider 2020.2 release out of the door, we're looking toward the future. After sharing our ReSharper 2020.3 plans earlier this week, we'll now look at our plans for Rider 2020.3. Your feedback is welcome and encouraged. The following is a set of highlighted features our team is currently working on. Let's get started. .NET 5 – Our plan is to put significant time and effort to