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If you’ve got the idea of this post just by reading the title, you may skip the next paragraph and go right to the procedure. We’re going to talk about the dotCover.exe console runner and a new way to run … Continue reading

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Unit test coverage and continuous testing. Now in Rider!

With each Rider release, we do our best to bridge the gap between Rider and the ReSharper Ultimate bundle. The top in-demand feature has certainly been “Rider + dotCover” integration. So, without further ado, please welcome the latest Rider 2018.2 … Continue reading

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Rider 2018.2 Early Access Program is open!

We are starting our Early Access Program (EAP) for the Rider 2018.2 release cycle. You’re welcome to download the first Rider 2018.2 EAP build from here. Here are some highlights of the new features in this EAP build:

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ReSharper Ultimate 2018.1.1 bug fix update is here!

Hello from JetBrains! We have something interesting for you today. A few moments ago, we published the first bug fix update for our first release of the year – ReSharper Ultimate 2018.1.1. Below, you can find a list of the … Continue reading

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Run Unity tests in Rider 2018.1

In our last couple of posts about new Unity features in Rider 2018.1, we’ve seen that updating our Unity editor plugin to be smarter now allows us to control play mode, and bring the Unity console directly into Rider. In this series: Control Unity editor … Continue reading

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Analyzing code coverage of web apps with the dotCover 2018.1 Console Runner

These days automating unit tests and application coverage is a routine activity in areas like CI and some complex integration testing scenarios. Seeing how most developers work on web applications, it was really annoying that the dotCover console runner had … Continue reading

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Web developer tools in Rider 2017.3: HTTP client and SVG editing

Our previous blog post showcased two great web developer tools in Rider 2017.3: LiveEdit and Spy-JS. Let’s look at two more tools Rider gets from WebStorm: a new editor-based HTTP client and a preview panel for SVG files. This post is part of a … Continue reading

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Live Edit and Spy-JS in Rider 2017.3

In the previous post of our series exploring WebStorm functionality in Rider, we looked at improvements in our Angular and Vue.js support, as well as added support for –watch in Jest and Mocha test runners. In this post, we want to introduce you to … Continue reading

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Web framework updates in Rider 2017.3 – Angular, Vue.js, …

In our previous post about web development updates in Rider 2017.3, we looked at general JavaScript, TypeScript and CSS updates, as well as ESLint and TSLint updates and improvements to suggesting npm packages. In this post, we will focus on web … Continue reading

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General web development updates in Rider 2017.3

While Rider is a full-stack, cross platform IDE for .NET, it also comes with a lot of WebStorm functionality that focuses on web-related technologies. Rider 2017.3 comes with improved support for JavaScript, TypeScript and CSS and enables a series of plugins for frontend developers, such as ESLint … Continue reading

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