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Publishing applications to IIS, Azure, AWS and more – using Rider!

Shipping is a feature! At JetBrains, we love to ship software. We like it so much we release EAP versions of software in addition to stable releases. Whether it’s to the cloud, on an in-house networked server, or elsewhere, your … Continue reading

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Test Runner Updates in Rider 2020.1 EAP

We’re always excited to ship Rider test runner updates to our early adopters. Developers running the latest Rider 2020.1 EAP may have noticed some positive changes to the unit testing window and the test runner. Let’s walk through some of the more notable … Continue reading

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Working With Databases In JetBrains Rider

All of our IDE’s are built on the same core IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition. This means that when we improve one IDE, our other IDE’s usually also benefit from our improvements. Rider is no exception! I recently reached for DataGrip, … Continue reading

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.NET Annotated Monthly | September 2019

Ahhh, September. It’s such a great month that it’s been memorialized in a popular song by Earth, Wind, and Fire. In many places, school starts again and autumn will soon be upon us (for the north half of the world). … Continue reading

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Create a robust OO model in .NET with Rider

Creating object-oriented models and systems is at the heart of .NET development. An object model is a language neutral logical mapping between digital objects and real life objects. They often represent objects that are required for a business, such as … Continue reading

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.NET Annotated Monthly – August 2019

Welcome to the newest newsletter from JetBrains, .NET Annotated Monthly! This newsletter is hosted by Rachel Appel, a Developer Advocate at JetBrains, with occasional updates from other JetBrains Developer Advocates. In this newsletter you’ll be treated to .NET (and related) news, tips … Continue reading

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