Tag Archives: EAP

Rider EAP 22: Xamarin iOS, unit testing improvements, compound run configurations and more

Good news, everyone! A new Rider EAP build is now available for download! As always, a fresh EAP means we’ve been fixing a number of bugs, improved existing features and added some new ones. Rider EAP 22 comes with: Xamarin Mac … Continue reading

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Local History in Rider: undo and redo on steroids

We’ve all been there. Investigating a bug, making some code changes, then finding that these changes don’t fix the bug. Rinse, repeat, and two hours later we realize that first attempt needed just a little tweak. How can we roll … Continue reading

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Working with TODO items in Rider

Usually, coding and review tasks are logged in an issue tracker like YouTrack, JIRA or Visual Studio Team Services, all systems that can be connected to from within JetBrains Rider. But what with those typical TODO comments? Do they go into … Continue reading

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F# support in Rider – what’s there and what’s coming

Back when we opened the public Rider Early Access Program (EAP), we announced Rider as a cross-platform .NET IDE. We started out with C# and VB.NET, but there are of course three major CLR languages, so that means… we have recently added … Continue reading

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Rider EAP 21: F# support, bundled TFS plugin and more

A new Rider EAP build is available for download! In this Rider EAP 21, we’ve fixed a number of bugs, bundled the TFS plugin to make working with TFS and VSTS easier, added detection of existing file indents for editing, added highlighting … Continue reading

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Rider EAP 20: Xamarin Android, Node.js, .NET Core improvements, and more

Our build servers are still smoking, but they delivered something nice: a new Rider EAP build is available for download! Rider EAP 20 fixes a number of bugs, improves .NET Core support, has better NuGet performance, supports Xamarin Android applications, … Continue reading

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Rider EAP update: .csproj-based .NET Core support (and how to migrate)

The latest Rider Early Access Program (EAP) build now supports working with .csproj-based .NET Core projects. In this post, let’s see what that means, what is supported (and what is yet to come) and how to migrate from the (deprecated) … Continue reading

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Rider EAP 19: new .NET Core, LESS, Sass, and more

Here’s a monthly dose of good news: you can now download a new Rider EAP build. Below is a quick summary of what’s inside Rider EAP 19. Note that the build contains major improvements that we’re hoping to describe in … Continue reading

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Language injections in Rider

Just like ReSharper, Rider supports language injections. In almost every project there are cases where we want to (or have to) embed a piece of code in a string literal. For example, pieces of HTML inside a JavaScript string, or a quick … Continue reading

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Smart Paste in Rider

Today, I’d like to introduce you to Smart Paste, a “little big feature” in Rider (as well as in ReSharper). It ensures the right escaping in string literals that are copy/pasted. For example, consider pasting The “Name” field is required into var error … Continue reading

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