Tag Archives: code analysis and quick-fixes

Rider EAP 23: .NET Core debugger is back, Code Cleanup, and more

There’s a new Rider EAP build available for download, and it’s full of changes, large and small, including Code Cleanup, new project and solution settings, VB.NET project templates, F# unit testing, an updated console, per-framework Solution Wide Analysis results, as … Continue reading

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Rider EAP 22: Xamarin iOS, unit testing improvements, compound run configurations and more

Good news, everyone! A new Rider EAP build is now available for download! As always, a fresh EAP means we’ve been fixing a number of bugs, improved existing features and added some new ones. Rider EAP 22 comes with: Xamarin Mac … Continue reading

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F# support in Rider – what’s there and what’s coming

Back when we opened the public Rider Early Access Program (EAP), we announced Rider as a cross-platform .NET IDE. We started out with C# and VB.NET, but there are of course three major CLR languages, so that means… we have recently added … Continue reading

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Rider EAP 21: F# support, bundled TFS plugin and more

A new Rider EAP build is available for download! In this Rider EAP 21, we’ve fixed a number of bugs, bundled the TFS plugin to make working with TFS and VSTS easier, added detection of existing file indents for editing, added highlighting … Continue reading

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Rider EAP 19: new .NET Core, LESS, Sass, and more

Here’s a monthly dose of good news: you can now download a new Rider EAP build. Below is a quick summary of what’s inside Rider EAP 19. Note that the build contains major improvements that we’re hoping to describe in … Continue reading

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Rider EAP update: Code style settings and layers

Since our first public Early Access Preview (EAP) for Rider, we’ve been hard at work improving our cross-platform IDE for .NET development. Rider helps keeping a consistent code style throughout our code base, applying style settings that are based on widely … Continue reading

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State of the union: ReSharper C# 7 and VB.NET 15 support

When we released ReSharper 2016.3 (and earlier this week, ReSharper 2017.1 EAP), we introduced initial support for C# 7 and VB.NET 15. For example, ReSharper now understands binary literals and digit separators, as well as local functions with several inspections. … Continue reading

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A summary of ReSharper actions around C# method parameters

ReSharper offers hundreds of quick-fixes and context actions. As you remember, quick-fixes are aimed to resolve a certain problem in your code, whereas context actions allow you to quickly introduce some minor changes. Today we are going to review several … Continue reading

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Code generation improvements in ReSharper 2016.3

ReSharper’s code generation actions can create a lot of code for us. Why manually write a constructor that initializes type members? Why manually implement interface methods and properties? ReSharper can do those things for us! Some say developers who use tools … Continue reading

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ReSharper Ultimate 2016.3 EAP 9 and 10

With all the excitement of releasing the first public EAP build of Rider last week, we didn’t post about ReSharper Ultimate 2016.3 EAP 9. And now we’ve released EAP 10, so let’s get caught up! Visual Studio 2017 RC ReSharper … Continue reading

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