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ReSharper Ultimate 2018.2.1 is released!

A week ago, we published the ReSharper Ultimate 2018.2 release. Today it’s time for the first bug-fix release – please welcome ReSharper Ultimate 2018.2.1! In ReSharper 2018.2.1, we have fixed the annoying bug that affected NUnit test framework support when … Continue reading

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Add references and debug code snippets in Rider C# Interactive

We have made some updates to the C# Interactive tool window in the latest Rider 2018.2 EAP build! It’s now much easier to add project and assembly references to the current C# Interactive session. And once a project reference is added, … Continue reading

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ReSharper Ultimate 2018.1 is available for download

Today we are ready to introduce the first major release of ReSharper Ultimate family for this year – please welcome ReSharper Ultimate 2018.1! ReSharper gets a significant number of bug fixes (based on more than 260 requests) and a bunch … Continue reading

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C# Interactive in Rider

In the latest Rider 2017.3 EAP build, we have added a new C# Interactive tool window. It allows running C# statements without having to wait for compilation. This means we can get immediate feedback on what a given expression will return. … Continue reading

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Using a custom shell with Rider’s built-in terminal

In a previous post, we’ve seen that Rider comes with a built-in terminal. It lets us do things like running .NET Core commands (for example with Entity Framework core), running Git commands, etc. There’s one thing we did not cover yet: customizing … Continue reading

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Working with Rider’s built-in terminal

Rider comes with a built-in terminal. It provides a command line right inside of our IDE and lets us do things like running .NET Core commands (for example with Entity Framework core), running Git commands, etc. There’s no switching windows … Continue reading

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Running Entity Framework (Core) commands in Rider

A while back, we received a very interesting question: how can we run Entity Framework commands like adding migrations or updating the database, in Rider? @JetBrainsRider how do I run EF commands in Rider? in VS I use the pkg manager … Continue reading

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dotMemory Command Line Tools

In the 2017.1 release, dotMemory introduced a console profiler. Now, using the dotMemory.exe tool, you can perform memory profiling from the command line. Why would you? The short answer would be to automate the process of gathering memory snapshots. There … Continue reading

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Performance profiling in Continuous Integration: an updated dotTrace plugin to TeamCity

A while ago, we introduced the dotTrace plugin to TeamCity. It helps you prevent application performance regression by profiling integration tests on a TeamCity server. Now we’re releasing the next version of this plugin that brings some significant improvements. Before … Continue reading

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Performance Profiling in Continuous Integration: dotTrace and TeamCity

Performance testing is growing more and more popular as one of the most effective methods for preventing application performance regression. Usually, by performance testing developers mean web application load testing, stress and spike testing, i.e. all types of tests that … Continue reading

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