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New C# IDE Cross Platform Called Project Rider

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JetBrains launches a new cross platform C# IDE called Project Rider based on the IntelliJ platform using ReSharper technology. The IDE includes functionality will include quick fixes, inspections and smart navigation. The features are already available, find the list here: https://goo.gl/FBKtx0

On the 15th of January, 2016, in London, a well known name who makes effective intelligent developer tools – JetBrains announced its new and amazing cross platform C#IDE called Project Rider based on the IntelliJ platform using ReSharper technology which is also one of their tools.

It is being said that the IDE’s functionality will be familiar to those coders/ developers who have their tools like ReSharper and IntelliJ based IDEs. The difference is ReSharper is hosted inside Visual Studio but Project Rider is a standalone IDE.

The major features include:

  1. Smart Navigation: Integrated with IntelliJ Platform “Search Everywhere” feature to go to symbols.
  2. Inspections: Widely supported by ReSharper – will display as errors, warnings, suggestions and hints in the editor. Also includes red code for unresolved symbols and underlined highlights for code issues.
  3. Smart Editing: From typing assist to Live Templates (inserting braces and automotive formatting), quick info tooltips and gutter icons for navigation, context actions etc.
  4. Refactoring: Allows renaming symbols, introduction of inline variables and rewriting code in response to Alt+Enter on an inspection highlight.

(Information Source: (https://blog.jetbrains.com/dotnet/2016/01/13/project-rider-a-csharp-ide/ )

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