Tag Archives: Xamarin

Rider 2018.1.1 is released

A polished version of Rider 2018.1 is ready. Just click download to get the latest Rider 2018.1.1 bug-fix update working on your machine. Among the many bug fixes, you will find some new features as well. Here are some highlights … Continue reading

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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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Rider 2017.3.1 is released

Between the release of Rider 2017.3 and the start of 2018.1 EAP our team have worked diligently on cleaning things up, to provide you with a sleek and hassle-free experience with the IDE and today we’re happy to announce that … Continue reading

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Rider EAP 22: Xamarin iOS, unit testing improvements, compound run configurations and more

Good news, everyone! A new Rider EAP build is now available for download! As always, a fresh EAP means we’ve been fixing a number of bugs, improved existing features and added some new ones. Rider EAP 22 comes with: Xamarin Mac … Continue reading

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Rider EAP 20: Xamarin Android, Node.js, .NET Core improvements, and more

Our build servers are still smoking, but they delivered something nice: a new Rider EAP build is available for download! Rider EAP 20 fixes a number of bugs, improves .NET Core support, has better NuGet performance, supports Xamarin Android applications, … Continue reading

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Using ReSharper with MonoTouch Applications

There is no denying that, with the rising popularity of Apple-made devices, iOS development has seduced a large number of developers. If you look at the TIOBE index, you will easily note that Objective-C, the primary iOS development language, stands … Continue reading

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