Rider 2020.3.3 and ReSharper Tools 2020.3.3 Have Landed!
Hello everyone! We‘ve just published the ReSharper Tools 2020.3.3 and Rider 2020.3.3 releases. Here’s a quick synopsis of the most critical fixes we’ve delivered with these builds. You can use the links below to navigate directly to the product you are interested in: Rider ReSharper dotMemory ReSharper Command Line Tools Rider 2020.3.3 The overall debugger experience is as smooth and fast as i
ReSharper 2021.1 roadmap
We recently posted our roadmap for Rider 2021.1, so let's take a look today at what's brewing for ReSharper 2021.1, and the other dotUltimate tools. As with the Rider post, this is a list of what we're working on, what we hope and currently intend to ship with ReSharper 2021.1. As ever, priorities can change and we might move things in and out of scope. Let's dive in, and please, let us know your
Answering Your Questions: AMA with the .NET Team on Reddit
Last week, we held our first Ask Me Anything (AMA) session on Reddit. We’d like to thank everyone who participated, and we hope you found it useful! What did you think of it? Would you like us to do another AMA session in the future? Please let us know in the comments! If you missed the session, here’s an overview of the most popular and interesting questions. For your convenience, we broke them d
Q&A Session with the .NET Team on Reddit
The JetBrains .NET team would like to invite you to our Ask Me Anything (AMA) session on Reddit at r/dotnet. Reddit is home to a thriving .NET community that we’d like to engage and hear feedback from, in addition to the many other channels of communication we’ve been using. You can ask us anything about our family of .NET products, the technologies we work with, our .NET team, or JetBrains in gen
ReSharper 2020.3: Support for C# 9 and Source Generators, New Features in Inlay Hints, and Support for Avalonia UI
Hello everyone and welcome to ReSharper’s third and final release of the year! With C# 9 recently released, ReSharper 2020.3 was destined to be about supporting new language features with our entire tool set. Of course, Source Generators had to be covered too. We also managed to implement long-awaited support for the Avalonia UI framework, and we added some new features to help with your daily ro
ReSharper 2020.3 Roadmap
In this post, we’d like to share our plans for ReSharper 2020.3 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 next release cycle of 2020.3. Note that these are features we’re working on – as opposed to features scheduled for delivery. Some of these might come with later versions. .NET and
ReSharper 2020.2: Improved Code Analysis for C# 8, Code Cleanup on Save, and Revamped Unit Test Runner
Hello everyone, Today we’re excited to give you ReSharper 2020.2! This major release introduces new inspections and quick-fixes for C# 8, most notably for nullable reference types, a much-awaited Code Cleanup on Save, a revamped Unit Test Runner, and various accessibility improvements. Download ReSharper 2020.2 Since the ReSharper license now covers both ReSharper and ReSharper C++, support for C
The Developer Ecosystem in 2020: Key Trends for C#
At JetBrains, we make tools for developers, so we keep up with the latest trends and changes in the software development industry. We build many IDEs based on multi-platform software product lines for various programming languages. Our Developer Ecosystem Survey, which JetBrains runs yearly, aims to reveal the current ambience of the developer world. Today we are happy to share with you the res
Memory profiling on Linux and macOS with dotMemory 2020.2
Version 2020.2 EAP01 finally brings dotMemory to Linux and macOS! For these systems, dotMemory is currently available only as a command-line tool. The tool is free and lets you take and save memory snapshots. To analyze the snapshots, you still need the standalone version of dotMemory, which is only available on Windows. What you can profile Here's the dotMemory compatibility list for Linux and
ReSharper Ultimate Starts Its Early Access Program for 2020.2!
Hello everyone, We’re excited to introduce the first EAP build of ReSharper Ultimate 2020.2! Here’s what we have in store for you. (more…)
A Story About .csproj, Large Solutions and Memory Usage
We discussed the motivations and our push toward running Rider on .NET Core in our previous post. As part of that effort, we are looking into converting projects in the ReSharper and Rider solution to using the new, simpler, SDK-based projects introduced with .NET Core. In this post, we will see why we want to do this migration. We'll talk about how we ran into some development-time issues when
ReSharper Ultimate 2020.1: Improved Support for C# 8.0 and C++20, Dataflow Analysis of Integer Values, and Much More
Hello everyone, ReSharper Ultimate 2020.1 is now available! We encourage you to try out the first major update this year. Read about the release highlights in this blog post, or visit our What’s New page to see a comprehensive list of improvements. This release has tons of changes to the architecture of ReSharper that bring us closer to our goal of running all the core ReSharper features
Auto-Detect Memory Issues in your App with Dynamic Program Analysis – Rider 2020.1
It seems that a common problem among profiling tools (including ours) is that they require too much effort from a developer. Profiling currently is seen as some kind of a last resort for when something has gone horribly wrong. The use of profilers is very episodic and chaotic, and it's quite often ineffective because you simply can't be an expert in a tool you use only once every six months. We fi
ReSharper Ultimate 2019.3 Release Is Out!
Hello everyone, We’ve reached the last release milestone for this year – please give a warm welcome to ReSharper Ultimate 2019.3! First, let’s take a brief look at the most important changes: (more…)
ReSharper Ultimate 2019.3 Starts Early Access Program!
Hello everyone, October seems like a good time to launch the Early Access Program for our third release of the year, so please welcome ReSharper Ultimate 2019.3 EAP. In the list below, I highlight several new features and improvements of the ReSharper 2019.3 EAP: Improved C# 8 support including notnull constraint, the target-typed switch expressions, early support for default interface
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…)
Meet the JetBrains .NET team in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane
G'day! This October, the JetBrains .NET team is coming to Australia, visiting Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Our .NET Developer Advocates Matt Ellis and Maarten Balliauw will be visiting NDC Sydney and be part of several local events. We'll talk about best practices when using Rider, and memory management in .NET. Here's where you can find us: On Tuesday, October 15th, we are hosting
Console Profiler replaces Remote Profiling in dotMemory 2019.2
dotMemory 2019.2 no longer supports remote profiling. Remote profiling allowed you to profile an application running on a remote computer with dotMemory running locally. So, why did we get rid of it? (more…)
ReSharper Ultimate 2019.2 is released!
Hello everyone! Please welcome the new ReSharper Ultimate 2019.2 release. ReSharper 2019.2 includes: (more…)