Rider 2022.3 EAP 2: New UI, Improved Unit Testing, Better Dynamic Program Analysis and More.
Hello everyone, A new EAP build for Rider 2022.3 has just landed. Let’s take a look at the most notable updates it contains. New UI We invite you to switch to the new UI for IntelliJ-based IDEs in Settings | Appearance & Behavior | New UI Preview. The new UI is an ongoing effort to reduce the visual complexity of the IDE and help you focus on your work. Give it a test drive and be sure to send us your feedback! User Experience We have fine-tuned the algorithm behind the Search Everywhere result list to make its behavior more predictable and its ability to select the el
Rider 2022.3 Early Access Program Is Now Open
Hello everyone, Last week we shared our roadmap plans with you, and today we’re revealing the first EAP build for Rider 2022.3! Before you download it, let’s take a look at what awaits you inside. Startup performance improvements Everyone likes to get news about performance improvements in their favorite tools, and today, that’s just what we have for you. We’ve made several changes to increase Rider’s startup speed and reduce the time it takes to open a solution: Rider can now load a solution file and build its project tree instantly without having to wait
ReSharper 2022.3 Early Access Program Is Open!
Hello everyone, The Early Access Program for ReSharper 2022.3 has started! Before you download the first EAP build, let’s take a look at what it has in store for you. C# support With this first EAP build, we are introducing a couple of changes to the support for language injections: We’ve also implemented new suggestions that encourage you to use C# 11’s unsigned right shift (>>>) operator (RSRP-489309) and to use pattern matching instead of Span.SequenceEqual("literal") (RSRP-489310). C++ support ReSharper C++ opens its EAP with improvements for C++
Rider 2022.2 EAP: Create a New Unreal Plugin
The new Rider 2022.2 EAP build brings some useful enhancements for Unreal Engine developers. We previously told you about Symbol Servers and a new action for creating a new module. This time we want to introduce another action that will hopefully help you develop your Unreal Engine games entities more easily – the ability to create a new Unreal plugin in Rider. DOWNLOAD RIDER EAP Create a new Unreal plugin in Rider If you’ve ever tried creating plugins in Unreal Editor via the New Unreal Plugin button in the Editor's Plugin Browser, this new action in Rider will look quite familiar to you. In
Symbol Servers and Other Enhancements for Unreal Engine Development in Rider
The new Rider 2022.2 EAP build brings some useful enhancements for Unreal Engine developers. If you’ve never used Rider for Unreal Engine projects, give it a try and experience first-class support for the Unreal Engine reflection mechanism, integration with Blueprints, and other benefits available on Windows, Linux, and macOS. Learn more on our website. With the EAP, you can evaluate new features and enhancements for free and share your feedback with us. Please use the Rider issue tracker to report bugs and suggest new features. DOWNLOAD RIDER 2022.2 EAP Symbol server when debugging on Windo
The Rider 2022.2 Early Access Program Has Started!
The first EAP build comes with updates to the main toolbar, an early preview of MAUI support, and the long-awaited move to .NET 6 runtime for the Rider backend on Windows. You can now download Rider 2022.2 EAP1 directly from www.jetbrains.com or install it via the JetBrains Toolbox App or from snapcraft.io. .NET 6 runtime for the backend on Windows We’ve finally migrated the Rider backend to the .NET 6 runtime on Windows! Rider now uses the .NET 6 runtime to run the backend service on all supported operating systems: Windows, macOS, and Linux. In light of this change, we’ve al
ReSharper 2022.2 Starts the EAP
We’ve opened the Early Access Program for the ReSharper 2022.2 release cycle. You can download the ReSharper 2022.2 EAP1 build from www.jetbrains.com or via the JetBrains Toolbox App. C# 11 We’ve added support for one more C# 11 feature – checked user-defined operators. This helps developers create user-defined operators that operate on types where arithmetic overflow is a valid concept. ReSharper shows all compiler errors and warnings: CS9023: User-defined operator '+'/'!'/'~' cannot be declared checked.CS9024: An 'implicit' user-defined conversion operator cannot be de
Rider 2022.2 Roadmap
We’ve released Rider 2022.1 a while ago, and with that we’d like to share our roadmap for Rider 2022.2. With our Early Access Program (EAP), you can try out these features as they are developed. The EAP is not there yet, but it will be soon. Check our blog regularly or subscribe for updates. For some releases we work primarily on a major feature, on others we release many bug fixes, and for this release, it’s a bit of everything. We’re squashing bugs, improving the UX, and moving along with the pace of .NET’s releases. Keep in mind that plans are always subject to change, and some change
ReSharper 2022.2 Roadmap
ReSharper 2022.1 was released just a couple of weeks ago, bringing a lot of improvements and bug fixes to Blazor development, C# support and more. We’re already gearing up for the next Early Access Preview (EAP), which we’ll start publishing soon. That means it’s high time to share what the team will be focusing on over the coming months! As always, keep in mind that the following is only a preliminary plan — it’s not a promise or commitment. Some features and fixes may go into a later release. Language support and improvements As with every release, we’re always looking at how to
Rider 2022.1 Roadmap
We're excited about the incredible apps you'll be building in the upcoming year, with the help of your favorite IDE, Rider. It feels like yesterday when we released 2021.3, and we're already working hard on the 2022.1 release. Overall, we've labeled it a Quality Release with a focus on squashing bugs, fine-tuning features and evolving with the changes in .NET 6. In this roadmap post, we'll talk about some of the things the Rider team is working on. Keep in mind that plans are always subject to change, and some changes may be bumped to a later release. Also remember to check out our ReSharpe
ReSharper 2022.1 Roadmap
With the first ReSharper 2022.1 Early Access Program (EAP) build out, we thought we'd give you an idea of what's being worked on for ReSharper 2022.1. As we move forward from the previous generation of Visual Studio and .NET, there are bound to be some unexpected bugs. We've labeled this release as a Quality Release with a primary focus on squashing bugs and enhancing your VS2022 development experience. Keep in mind, the ReSharper roadmap is subject to change based on priorities, resources, and changes in the .NET space. Some features and fixes may go into a later release.