Today, we would like to tell you about our recent efforts aimed at making ReSharper faster. We’ll explore the four crucial performance improvements we’ve made in the 2018.3 release cycle:
- Refactoring the loading of assemblies
- Keyword completion
- Code completion in general
- Asynchronous value tracking
Let’s have a look!
In our latest Rider 2018.3 release, we have made a number of updates to F# functionality: a bunch of new typing assists for brackets, quotes, indenting and more, code analysis for unused opens (and an optimize opens quick-fix), renaming of local symbols, updates to how Find Usages handles union cases and type specifications, and a fresh F# lexer. Let’s see!
We have already looked at the many new and improved features of Rider! Let’s look at even more available in the Rider 2018.3 version.
We are going to look at what’s new in Code Completion with regards to Package references, configuration files and more! In addition, we will also look at changes with how Rider recognizes and displays TODO patterns. Continue reading
Last week, we were in a hurry to deliver the first hotfix for Rider 2018.3 this year. And here it is! You are very welcome to download the Rider 2018.3.1 build right now.
Rider 2018.3.1 comes with fixes for:
Today, we invite you to download the first bug-fix build for ReSharper Ultimate 2018.3 release – ReSharper Ultimate 2018.3.1.
This bug-fix update resolves the following issues:
Excellent news, everyone! We’ve just released Rider 2018.3 with lots of features you’ve been waiting for and all kinds of improvements to make coding easier still.
Let’s dive into this ocean of improvements and features:
I’m here today to present to you this year’s last major release of ReSharper Ultimate. Don’t feel like reading? Then come and grab ReSharper Ultimate 2018.3!
Let me show you what the ReSharper team has accomplished in this release: Continue reading
Posted in How-To's
Tagged ASP.NET Core, C#, C++/CLI, dotCover, dotMemory, dotPeek, dotTrace, formatter, performance, refactoring, ReSharper, ReSharper C++, ReSharper Ultimate, VB.NET, Visual Studio 2019
Last time, we looked at several new features and fixes available in the Rider 2018.3 Early Access Preview (EAP) version – but definitely not all of them! There are more things to cover…
We have more flexibility for building .NET and .NET Core solutions. We have exciting news about the Roslyn analyzers in Rider. Plus a few more things – you will want to continue reading to learn about. Continue reading
Is TDD dead? That very provocative talk between Martin Fowler, Kent Beck, and David Heinemeier Hansson dates back to 2014. Unit testing integration hasn’t seen any notable improvements since then, but we’re about to change that with the upcoming ReSharper and Rider 2018.3 release. New inspections, context actions, and quick-fixes will help us write NUnit and xUnit.net tests in a breeze; with more confidence and more flexibility. Let’s have a look! Continue reading