ReSharper 2021.2.1 and Rider 2021.2.1 Bug Fixes Are Out!
Introducing the first bug-fix updates for the 2021.2 major releases of both Rider and ReSharper! Both Rider 2021.2.1 and ReSharper 2021.2.1 are available on www.jetbrains.com and via the Toolbox app. ReSharper 2021.2.1 These are the most critical issues we’ve fixed: No more errors on an Average() call being ambiguous between Nullable<float> and Nullabl
The .NET Ecosystem in 2021: Over half of .NET devs use C# 8, 46% do not use diagnostic tools, and other facts
The State of Developer Ecosystem 2021 report is now available! It’s that time of year again, when JetBrains publishes the findings from our State of Developer Ecosystem Survey! For 2021, we’ve surveyed 31,743 developers from 183 countries or regions to see what are the latest trends and changes in the software development industry. We run this survey yearly for several years to track developer
Sunsetting dupFinder Command Line Tool
Together with ReSharper, we release a number of command line tools. Starting with the upcoming 2021.3 release, the dupFinder Command-Line Tool will no longer be included. The current 2021.2 version is the last release to include this tool. The ReSharper command line tools are a set of free, cross-platform tools that let you run specific ReSharper functionality from the command line, or as part
Initial Support for Visual Studio 2022 Preview Is Available!
Hello everyone, Recently, some of you contacted us and asked about Visual Studio 2022 support in ReSharper and ReSharper C++. Today, we’re sharing an experimental build which can be integrated into Visual Studio 2022 version 17.0 Preview 2.1. We’ve created a dedicated page where you can download this build. You can also find more details about the distribution, versioning, known issues,
ReSharper 2021.2: Updates to C# Code Analysis, Nullable Reference Types, and Source Generators and Introducing HttpClient URI Support!
Great news, everyone! ReSharper 2021.2 is now out! Before diving into the feature set, there is an important note. Starting with the 2021.2 release of our .NET productivity tools, including ReSharper, we will require .NET Framework 4.7.2 or newer to be installed on your machine. Learn more here. Now let’s have a look at what's inside. Code Analysis The new Swap via d
ReSharper 2021.1.5 and Rider 2021.1.5 Released
Hello everyone, As it happens, even bugfix updates sometimes require bugfix updates. Last week we released ReSharper 2021.1.4, which fixed a couple of issues in NRT analysis and source generator support. Unfortunately, it also brought back the empty spaces instead of inlay hints and other glitches in Visual Studio 16.10.3 (RSRP-485203). Now ReSharper 2021.1.5 is here to fix the problems. In
ReSharper and Rider 2021.1.4 bugfix has arrived
Hi everyone, We’ve just published a bugfix update for ReSharper tools and for Rider. Let’s review the highlights in this release. ReSharper We’ve fixed the false positive warning in NRT analysis caused by explicitly switching to pessimistic mode (RSRP-484105).We’ve fixed the issue that caused generated files to be rendered empty in some cases (RSRP-484550). ReSharper C++ ReSharper C
What’s New for C# Nullable Reference Types in ReSharper and Rider 2021.2 EAP?
With the language design finally stabilizing and less changes being made these days, we had the time to catch up on building some long-awaited features, and addressed some pitfalls that are unlikely to be handled by the C# language itself. In this blog post we’ll introduce some of the most interesting changes that will be included in the upcoming 2021.2 release of ReSharper and Rider: Migra
ReSharper and Rider 2021.1.3 bugfix is available
Hi everyone, The bugfix update for ReSharper and Rider has just arrived. Here are the highlights of what we’ve been doing: ReSharper Fixed the performance problem on loading a solution (RSRP-483253).Fixed the issue with test runner and environment variables (RSRP-484248).Fixed Cleanup code – it no longer adds redundant type arguments (RSRP-484137).Fixed the slow typing and freezes in Visu
ReSharper 2021.2 Roadmap
In this post, we'll see what the ReSharper team is working on for the upcoming 2021.2 release. The features in this post are in addition to ongoing efforts expressed in the 2021.1 roadmap blog post, such as Out of Process, C# 9 and C# 10, and Entity Framework N+1 analysis. We've also recently announced the ReSharper C++ 2021.2 roadmap. As always, this is an early access roadmap, and priorities
JetBrains .NET Days Online 2021 Recap – Session Recordings Available
Thank you to everyone who joined us for JetBrains .NET Days Online 2021! We had two 8-hour days full of knowledge and inspiration, as well as a very lively chat during our stream on YouTube thanks to our attendees. 14 community speakers shared their experience of working with C#, F#, GraphQL, Blazor, gRPC, Dapper, Amazon EKS, databases, debugging, refactoring, and more. If you missed any of the t
ReSharper and Visual Studio 2022 64-bit
Good news! Microsoft has announced a new version of Visual Studio 2022. And of course, we will make sure that ReSharper is available for it to help you write better code. Update (August 12, 2021): a preview version of ReSharper 2021.2 for Visual Studio 2022 is now available for download. Find out more in this blog post. Download ReSharper 2021.2 for VS2022 The announcement from Microsoft al