Working With Databases In JetBrains Rider
All of our IDE's are built on the same core IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition. This means that when we improve one IDE, our other IDE’s usually also benefit from our improvements. Rider is no exception! I recently reached for DataGrip, our amazing database administration tool, only to remember that Rider has many of the same features. (more…)
Rider 2019.3.1 Hotfix Is Out!
We’ve just published Rider 2019.3.1 hotfix. It has the following hotfixes: (more…)
Rider 2019.3 Release Is Out!
Hello everyone, We published Rider 2019.3 just moments ago. Let’s walk through the key improvements in this update which the Rider team has focused on for the last four months. Let’s highlight the most important features in this release: (more…)
Rider 2019.3 Early Access Program is Open!
Hello everyone, Are you looking for something new to try in Rider to help you become a more productive developer? Then we have something great for you! We’ve just started the Early Access Program for Rider 2019.3! In the first EAP build, you will find a highly requested feature in the debugger, lots of improvements in performance, initial support for MongoDB, and a timeline for GitHub Pu
Find your perfect database development style with Rider
Rider contains many features for styling code so that it’s easy to read, and therefore easy to understand and maintain that code. This post is part of a series around finding a coding style that fits you like a glove, and how Rider can help: Find your perfect coding style using Rider Find your perfect C# style using Rider Find your perfect database development style using Rider Find y
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…)
Building Azure Functions, SQL database improvements and more – Azure Toolkit for Rider 2019.1
Over the past few weeks, we have been busy making a number of improvements to the Azure Toolkit for Rider release. Hard work pays off! Rider 2019.1 introduces support for Azure Functions (V2), with project and item templates for C# and F#, debugging and deployment right from within the IDE. We've also improved SQL Database functionality with support for adding a firewall rule, creating new data
Work with databases and the Azure Cloud Shell – Azure Toolkit for Rider 2018.3 EAP
Many .NET developers work with Microsoft Azure to develop and deploy their applications, which we support in the Azure Toolkit for Rider. We are happy to announce the new release of the Azure Toolkit for Rider 2018.3 EAP! With this release, it is possible to work with Azure SQL Database, and we have also added Cloud Shell support. And for those using web apps with different deployment slots, th
Entity Framework support in Rider 2018.1
A fresh build of Rider 2018.1 EAP just landed, adding Entity Framework support! Rider adds functionality to enable migrations, add a migration, get migrations, update the database and more! On Windows, Linux and macOS! Let's check this out, shall we? Initializing Entity Framework and enabling migrations After installing the EntityFramework NuGet package, we can initialize Entity Framework in our
Working with Data in Rider
In previous blog posts in this series, we looked at connecting to a Microsoft SQL Server and getting familiar with the features in Rider 2017.3 to work with SQL databases. In this final post in our series, we will look at how to query and work with the data in the tables in our database. This post is part of a series around working with databases and data in Rider: Configuring SQL Server 20
Working with Tables and Indexes in Rider
In previous blog posts in this series, we looked at connecting to a Microsoft SQL Server and getting familiar with the features in Rider to work with SQL databases. In this blog post, we will look at how to work with a database to create tables and indexes. This post is part of a series around working with databases and data in Rider: Configuring SQL Server 2017 for Rider Getting started
Getting started with database support in Rider
If you are new to using Rider, it’s worth mentioning that you get all the .NET features of ReSharper, along with the web development features of WebStorm, which provides the developer with great overall experience. What’s more, you also get all the data features of DataGrip as well, so you have a single IDE to work with for all facets of your project work! In this blog post, we will look at set
Configuring SQL Server 2017 for Rider
Rider is not only a great .NET IDE, it also is a wonderful tool for working with databases that are associated with .NET Core solutions. Many .NET Core developers use Microsoft SQL Server on their laptops; more specifically, the Developer edition of the database server tool. Let's start a series of blog posts about Rider's database tools (powered by DataGrip)! Before you can start using Rider w
Rider EAP update: Version control and database editor improvements
We already mentioned numerous times that Rider is built on top of ReSharper, analyzing our code in the background, and the IntelliJ platform, providing the front end and editor capabilities for our cross-platform IDE for .NET. Doing so lets us ship the best of both worlds: both products have been evolving over years, and Rider profits. So when IntelliJ IDEA 2016.3 was released, we merged all of