Rider 2023.1 EAP 6: New UI Improvements and a Better Debugging Experience
The Early Access Program for Rider 2023.1 is in full swing and its latest installment – the EAP 6 build – has just been published. Before you download it, let’s take a look at the updates in this build. New UI improvements In response to the feedback we’ve received from our user community, we continue to tweak Rider’s new UI, and this EAP build has a few exciting updates in this regard. Quick reminder: You can enable the preview of the new UI by going to Settings/Preferences | Appearance & Behavior | New UI. You will need to restart the IDE after en
Rider 2023.1 EAP 5: Schema Compare, Debugger Visualizers, Blueprint Error Parsing, and More.
The latest installment in our Early Access Program for Rider 2023.1 is here, and it’s packed with exciting updates. Before you download this build, let’s take a look at the highlights. Database Schema Compare Schema Compare is an essential tool for database development and maintenance. It lets users compare two databases to quickly identify the differences between them, ensure there are no discrepancies, and keep the data up to date. This EAP build introduces Schema Compare for connected databases, SQL Server database projects, and .dacpac files. To initiate the compariso
Rider 2021.3: Support for .NET 6 SDK, Redesigned Main Toolbar and Debug Tab, and New Problems View Tab
Rider 2021.3 comes with official support for the .NET 6 SDK, including the Hot Reload feature. It brings a completely redesigned main toolbar and Debug tab, and a new Problems View tool window. Rider also supports more C#10 features, like file-scoped namespaces and global using directives, to help you use the latest language capabilities more effectively.
Rider 2021.3 Goes Beta
We’re quickly approaching the last major release of the year, and the Beta version of Rider 2021.3 is now available. You can download it from our website, get it from our free Toolbox App, or use this snap package (for Ubuntu). This build is free to use and no license is required. The Beta build ships with all of the changes introduced in our Early Access Program builds. Some of them were already covered in previous blog posts, so feel free to check out the details by following the links. Here are the key updates in Rider 2021.3 Beta: Support for the .NET 6 SDK, including Hot Reload
Rider 2021.3 Brand New Main Toolbar
Users of our latest Rider Early Access Preview (EAP) may have noticed something dramatically different in their favorite IDE: the completely redesigned main toolbar. Our team is constantly evaluating how to deliver an even more delightful experience to our users, and I personally think we nailed it. This post will explore what's new in the main toolbar and how to use its most prominent new features. The Look And Feel The first thing you'll notice is that we've reordered a few things based on their significance to the modern development workflow. JetBrains Rider's brand new Main Too
Updated Debugging Experience, UWP Apps, and Debug Windows Docker containers in Rider 2021.3
For Rider, 2021 is the year of debugging, debugging, debugging! In July’s 2021.2 EAP release, we've made several Blazor debugging updates. Now we’re following up with even more excellent debugging improvements in our current 2021.3 Early Access Preview (EAP) release. It includes an updated UI for the debugger tool window, debugging of UWP applications, and the ability to debug applications running in Windows Docker containers. Debugger UI Update It is absolutely essential that developers have a good debugging experience. So we’ve done a bit of work and updated the Debug tool wind
Rider 2021.3 Early Access Program Has Launched!
Get the build right now! Let’s take a look at what we have inside. Problems View Having all potential problems for a solution in one place can be helpful, which is why we are happy to introduce the "Problems View"! The Problems View (the "Problems" tab in Rider UI) is a tool window that aggregates all of the potential issues that exist in a solution, such as project loading errors, failed NuGet restore processes, inspections from the open file, and all SWEA errors. The tool window consists of three tabs: Current file: Here, you can find all of the errors, warning
ReSharper 2021.2.1 and Rider 2021.2.1 Bug Fixes Are Out!
Introducing the first bug-fix updates for the 2021.2 major releases of both Rider and ReSharper! Both Rider 2021.2.1 and ReSharper 2021.2.1 are available on www.jetbrains.com and via the Toolbox app. ReSharper 2021.2.1 These are the most critical issues we’ve fixed: No more errors on an Average() call being ambiguous between Nullable<float> and Nullable<double> (RSRP-484898), and no more 'The type xxx is defined in an assembly that is not referenced...' error for Unity/Mono projects (RSRP-485467).ASP.NET Core routes no longer pollute the sear
Rider 2021.3 Roadmap
In this post, we’d like to share our plans for Rider 2021.3 and find out what we can do next to improve your development experience. Your feedback is always welcome! The following is a list of our priorities for the 2021.3 release cycle. Note that these are features we’re working on – as opposed to features scheduled for delivery – and that some of these might be delayed until a later version. Remember to also check out our ReSharper 2021.3 roadmap, as some features will magically appear in Rider as well! .NET 6 Support – Our plan is to invest significant time and effort in supporting the upc
ReSharper 2021.3 Roadmap
In this post, we’d like to share our plans for ReSharper 2021.3 and find out what we can do next to improve your development experience. Your feedback is always welcome! The following is a list of our priorities for the 2021.3 release cycle. Note that these are features we’re working on – as opposed to features scheduled for delivery – and that some of these might be delayed until a later version. Visual Studio 2022 – We are excited to start preparing ReSharper for the upcoming major release of Visual Studio! We already have an early build of ReSharper for the preview edition and would lov
Blazor Debugging Improvements in Rider 2021.2
The EAP versions of Rider 2021.2 have been released with a major improvement for Blazor developers: debugging WebAssembly (WASM) apps! This has been one of the top requested features since Blazor itself was released. In Rider 2021.2, you can now debug both Blazor Server apps and Blazor WASM apps! The Debugging Experience In Blazor apps, the overall debugging experience is the same as in other types of .NET apps in Rider. Debugging activities, features, and keyboard shortcuts remain the same, but now you can step through the both C# code and the Razor code that is intertwined with HTML. W
Rider 2021.1: Updates to Docker and C# Support, Scaffolding in ASP.NET, and More!
Hello everyone, We’ve just released Rider 2021.1. Let’s see what’s inside. Update to Docker Support Adding Docker support to a project in Rider is now easier – you can generate the Dockerfile while creating a new project. Just select Docker Support in the New project dialog. If you want to add a Dockerfile to an existing project, use Add | Docker Support in the context menu for a project in the Solution Explorer tool window. Rider can also run Dockerfiles generated by Visual Studio with no additional changes required from you. Scaffolding for ASP.NET There’s good news for developers who work