Tag Archives: EAP

Using third-party Windows Forms controls with Rider

We introduced Windows Forms support in Rider 2019.1, and have been working hard on improvements. While Microsoft provides a standard set of controls with Windows Forms, many development teams make use of third-party control libraries, such as those by Telerik, DevExpress, Syncfusion, … Continue reading

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Readme.txt support, XDT transforms, native credential providers and more Rider 2019.2 NuGet updates

The latest Rider 2019.2 Early Access Preview (EAP) brings a bunch of updates to the built-in NuGet client! We now display a package’s readme.txt to help determine next steps after installing a package. XDT transformations are run, automatically adding/removing entries from configuration … Continue reading

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Edit & Continue, Just-in-time Debugging, and more debugger improvements in Rider 2019.1

Probably the most fundamental technique in software development is Changing Stuff and Seeing What Happens. Rider 2019.1 EAP brings new features and several fixes for its powerful debugger, including edit-and-continue functionality and just-in-time debugging. Edit & Continue One of the … Continue reading

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Breadcrumbs, structural navigation, parameter info tooltips and more editor improvements in Rider 2019.1

With the new Rider 2019.1 EAP builds, we bring more goodies to the editor that help us navigating and understanding our code much faster. This includes the popular breadcrumbs navigation, structural navigation originally introduced with ReSharper, revised summary and parameter … Continue reading

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Unit Testing Improvements in Rider 2019.1

In the latest Rider 2019.1 Early Access Preview (EAP) builds, we made a number of improvements to unit testing – in the overall performance as well as the UI/UX experience. For example, it’s now possible to run tests from Find Usages, making it easy to find … Continue reading

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Export EditorConfig Code Style, Optimize References for SDK Projects, and More ReSharper 2019.1 EAP Updates

The latest ReSharper 2019.1 Early Access Preview (EAP) and Rider 2019.1 EAP builds come with a number of improvements to formatting and code cleanup. ReSharper can export code style settings to EditorConfig. In the editor, pressing backspace returns to the proper indent position … Continue reading

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Run static methods from gutter, IL Viewer, install SDKs and more improvements in Rider 2019.1

When we announced the latest Rider 2019.1 EAP build, we covered the highlights of this upcoming release. In this post, we’ll look at some smaller yet useful additions that we will ship in Rider 2019.1. We can now run static methods from … Continue reading

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Running and debugging ASP.NET Core apps in IIS Express with Rider

Let’s cut to the chase: the latest Rider 2019.1 EAP build supports running ASP.NET Core apps in IIS Express! There’s launchSettings.json support for IIS Express. We’ve added a settings page to help verify IIS Express is installed, including prerequisites. Oh, and we also … Continue reading

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ReSharper Ultimate Starts its Early Access Program for 2019.1!

Hi there, It’s that time of the year when we usually start the Early Access Program for our inaugural major release of the year. Please give a warm welcome to the first ReSharper Ultimate 2019.1 EAP build! ReSharper 2019.1 EAP … Continue reading

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Unit Testing Receives Major Updates in ReSharper and Rider 2018.3 EAP

Is TDD dead? That very provocative talk between Martin Fowler, Kent Beck, and David Heinemeier Hansson dates back to 2014. Unit testing integration hasn’t seen any notable improvements since then, but we’re about to change that with the upcoming ReSharper … Continue reading

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