.ipa files to iOS devices and manage provisioning profiles for Xamarin iOS projects.
The UI of the editor and debugger tabs, and the code completion popup is now clearer and more consistent.
Excellent Unity support
keeps getting even better.
New debugger goodies
A new way to star key variables while debugging and the floating icons for the Run to and Jump to Statement actions right in the code editor.
Enhanced C# support
Thanks to ReSharper, Rider 2019.2 supports new language features.
Solution Explorer updates
Solution folders can now be renamed.
Windows Forms designer
both third-party and 32-bit controls are supported.
Code Vision comes to F#
It shows you inferred types for functions, values, and members, and VCS author for declarations, right in the code editor.
File Layout patterns can be modified via the XAML View right in Rider.
Code coverage of Mono
applications and unit tests on Linux, macOS, and Windows.
Commit from the Local Changes
There is no longer any need to go through a separate Commit dialog.
‘ASP.NET code-behind files’ generator
When you add a new control to an .aspx file, the generator creates the corresponding .designer.cs file.
Evolving F# support Rider 2017.2 comes with a series of new features and improvements around F#.
For example, it's now possible to work with .NET Core F# projects, ..
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