Rider 2020.1 Is Released!
Hello everyone, We’ve published Rider 2020.1 today! Let’s talk about the most important updates we have for you in this release. The backend runs on .NET Core runtime Finally, the backend runs on .NET Core runtime by default on macOS and Linux, instead of the Mono runtime. Moving to .NET Core runtime delivers noticeable performance improvements, a lower memory footprint, and multithread
Rider 2020.1 Starts Early Access Program
For the first 2020.1 EAP build, we didn’t set our sights on implementing any new big features or changing the world. Instead, we put a lot of effort into polishing and jazzing up the tons of existing features to make them better and more user-friendly for you. Debugger engine Now you can detach from a process initially started under the debugger without terminating the app. Smart Step Int
ReSharper Ultimate 2020.1 Kicks off the Early Access Program!
Just an hour ago, we published our first EAP build for ReSharper Ultimate 2020.1. Jump in and preview what’s coming in 2020.1! Since everybody seems interested in performance, let’s start with the performance news. There were tons of changes in the ReSharper architecture that bring us closer and closer to running all the core ReSharper features out of the Visual Studio process. All these mo
ReSharper Ultimate 2019.3.1 Hotfix Is Out!
We’ve just published ReSharper Ultimate 2019.3.1 hotfix. Come and grab one if you are experiencing any of the issues listed below. (more…)
Introducing T4 Text Template Support in Rider 2019.3
Brace yourself! Another highly requested feature request was finally resolved – Support for T4 Text Templates. For those folks who don’t know what it is: T4 stands for Text Template Transformation Toolkit – a mixture of code blocks and text that can generate new text files or even code (similar to Razor). T4 templates are very handy to generate output based on our project model or external databas
A quick overview of ASP.NET Core with Rider
ASP.NET Core is Microsoft’s latest version of its web development framework. It enables developers to build full stack web apps that are maintainable and scalable. This post covers a few basics about building ASP.NET Core web apps with Rider such as models, view models and controllers. It also covers navigating through our code base and inspecting our code at runtime using the debugger, then publi
Rider 2019.2.3 bugfix is ready!
Today, after a month of hard work, we are happy to publish a new bugfix for the latest major Rider 2019.2 release – Rider 2019.2.3. You’re welcome – and even encouraged – to download it! The main goal for this release is to add full support for the just-released .NET Core 3.0 for you to take advantage of. If you use top-notch technologies like the latest bits of .NET Core – install Rider 20
ReSharper Ultimate 2019.2.3 Bugfix Is Here!
Moments ago we published a new bugfix – please welcome ReSharper Ultimate 2019.2.3. It delivers highly requested support for the .NET Core 3.0 release build, which was released earlier, for all the tools in the ReSharper Ultimate family! In addition, ReSharper 2019.2.3 includes about 30 resolved requests such as these: (more…)
Developing Xamarin applications in Rider
With Rider, we can create and work with Xamarin projects to develop applications targeting Android and/or iOS devices. We can write code and make use of code analysis, coding assistance, refactoring and debugging features, built-in tools like Version Control and the NuGet client, and deploy and debug our apps on emulated or real devices. In this blog post, we want to provide an overview of how
Rider 2019.2.2 is Released!
Please welcome Rider 2019.2.2, which delivers about 60 fixed requests. Here are the most significant fixes: (more…)
ReSharper Ultimate 2019.2.2 is Out!
The new bugfix for ReSharper Ultimate is available – say hello to ReSharper Ultimate 2019.2.2. ReSharper 2019.2.2 fixes more than 50 issues and the most important ones are highlighted in the list below: (more…)
Rider 2019.2.1 is released!
Here is a hotfix for the latest and greatest Rider 2019.2. At the same time, Rider 2019.2.1 got the following fixes: (more…)
Rider 2019.2 is released!
Hello everyone, We have good news for you today – Rider 2019.2 is released and ready for you to download! Here are the biggest and best things about Rider 2019.2: (more…)
Find your perfect coding style using Rider
A coding style is a way to consistently write code in a particular way. Style is all about readability. A good style should make it smooth, easy, and pleasant for you and others to read and modify. Code that’s easy to read is more maintainable and helps reduce errors. Everyone has a coding style that they fine tune throughout their coding careers. Some developers spend years working on getting
Performance Improvements in ReSharper 2018.3
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! (more…)
Typing Assists, Code Analysis for Unused Opens, and More F# Updates in Rider
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! (more…)
A Look at what’s new in Rider 2018.3: Code Completion, TODO and More
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. (more…)
SQL inside C# strings, fragment editor, run query in console – Language injection updates in Rider 2018.3
The latest Rider 2018.3 EAP build extends Rider's language injections functionality quite a bit, with SQL language support in string literals. This gives us highlighting, code completion and code analysis, and a Run in console action for SQL inside of a C# string! For all existing and newly added language injections, we can edit fragments in a separate editor! And last but not least, we can now
Rider 2018.2 is released
We are excited to introduce to you the new Rider release - please welcome Rider 2018.2! This release comes with a solid set of bug-fixes, and a bunch of new features and improvements which are highlighted in the list below: Debugger: call stacks are now displayed in a more understandable way, thread-specific breakpoints have been introduced, and inspecting and expanding unsafe pointers