Tag Archives: Rider

Working with NPM and Yarn in Rider

Many developers are working with both .NET technologies as well as JavaScript or TypeScript. All of these ecosystems come with their own package managers to install (third-party) dependencies. Developers using Rider have probably already made use of built-in NuGet support to … Continue reading

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Sharpen your sense of (code) smell

For the coming 10 weeks, we’ll have a weekly post by Dino Esposito (@despos) around a common theme: code smells and code structure. Keep an eye on our blog! As humans, we have plenty of sweat glands all over the skin. … Continue reading

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Unity Explorer and new code inspections in Rider 2018.1

Mea culpa! In all the excitement of recent weeks, not the least of which was presenting Rider at Unity’s Unite events in Seoul, Tokyo and Beijing (and we hope to see some of you at Unite Berlin next week!) we forgot to … Continue reading

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More formatting updates in ReSharper and Rider 2018.1.2

Our latest release of ReSharper 2018.1.2 includes improvements in formatting that we have not yet showcased in previous blog posts. We have already written a series about maintaining consistent code style with formatting inspections earlier. Now let’s look at some of the … Continue reading

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Version control improvements in Rider 2018.1

Sharing code is one of the most essential things in our daily developer’s life. Thanks to the IntelliJ front end, Rider always had very strong integration with various VCS providers. Examples are a fast log view with flexible search options … Continue reading

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Rider 2018.1.2 is released

The second minor update of Rider 2018.1 is available for download! You can install this bug-fix update either via Toolbox App, or as a patch for Rider 2018.1 (use Help | Check for Updates), or otherwise just get an installer … Continue reading

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Performance improvements in ReSharper 2018.1 and 2018.1.1

In previous posts of our series about ReSharper performance, we’ve looked at a number of high-level, architectural improvements JetBrains is making in terms of performance. We also discussed software tends to accumulate smaller, local performance problems over time. In this … Continue reading

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Component composition, just-in-time-compilation, the UI thread – ReSharper performance series

In the previous post of our ReSharper performance series, we have seen that it makes a lot of sense to explore running it as a separate process. This brings many benefits: both Visual Studio and ReSharper would run in their … Continue reading

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Taking ReSharper out of process – ReSharper performance series

In the previous post of our ReSharper performance series, we looked at Visual Studio and ReSharper complexity and history, and determined that one of the reasons for degraded performance lies in Visual Studio being a 32-bit process. In this post, … Continue reading

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Introducing the ReSharper performance series

With every ReSharper update, we get questions around performance. Some users notice a slightly slower solution load, others see a minor indexing lag, and others get bugged by a yellow notification bar stating “Extension ‘JetBrains ReSharper Ultimate’ likely caused 9 … Continue reading

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