JetBrains Rider 2024 – IDE for .NET and game developers

JetBrains Rider 2024 is the latest version of a cross-platform .NET Integrated Development Environment (IDE) developed by JetBrains. It is designed to provide a comprehensive solution for .NET development, combining the power of ReSharper (a popular Visual Studio extension) with the flexibility of a standalone IDE.

Key features of JetBrains Rider 2024:

  • Cross-platform Support: Rider runs seamlessly on Windows, macOS, and Linux, offering a consistent development experience across different operating systems.
  • Support for Multiple .NET Frameworks: Rider supports a wide range of .NET frameworks, including .NET Framework, .NET Core, .NET 5, .NET 6, .NET 7, Mono, and Unity.
  • Rich Code Editor: Rider’s code editor offers intelligent code completion, code analysis, quick-fixes, refactoring tools, and code generation features, boosting productivity and code quality.
  • Powerful Debugger: The integrated debugger allows you to step through your code, set breakpoints, inspect variables, and evaluate expressions, making it easier to identify and fix issues.
  • Unit Testing: Rider provides a built-in test runner for popular unit testing frameworks like NUnit,, and MSTest, streamlining the testing process.
  • Version Control Integration: Rider seamlessly integrates with version control systems like Git, Mercurial, and SVN, facilitating collaboration and code management.
  • Database and SQL Support: Rider includes tools for working with databases and SQL, including a database explorer, SQL editor, and schema comparison tools.
  • Web Development: Rider supports web development with ASP.NET, ASP.NET Core, Razor Pages, and Blazor, providing features like code completion, debugging, and live editing.
  • Game Development: Rider offers specialized tools for game development with Unity, including code analysis, debugging, and scene navigation.
  • Plugin Ecosystem: Rider’s functionality can be extended with a wide range of plugins available in the JetBrains Marketplace.


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