Cross-platform C# Programming with JetBrains' Rider

Visual Studio has had a lengthy reign, but now there is a new viable option in JetBrains' Rider. This blazing-fast IDE is the subject of this course, and you can program any application with it after watching this course.
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Rating
(12)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
March 10, 2017
Duration
2h 33m
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Description
Course info
Rating
(12)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
March 10, 2017
Duration
2h 33m
Description

JetBrains Rider is the first viable alternative to Visual Studio. In this course, Cross-platform C# Programming with JetBrains' Rider, you will learn how Rider provides a fusion of the award-winning ReSharper and IntelliJ platforms. Next, you'll explore how to use the power and performance of a blazing-fast IDE platform with over 10 years worth of analysis, and how to perform refactoring and other helpful features of ReSharper. After you have taken this course, you will be able to program almost any application you want to using Rider.

About the author
About the author

Dmitri is a developer, speaker, podcaster, technical evangelist and wannabe quant.

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Transcript
Transcript

Hi everyone, my name is Dmitri Nesteruk, and I’d like to welcome you to my course on cross-platform C# programming with JetBrains Rider.

As a former technology evangelist at JetBrains, I’m a big fan of various developer tools and am particularly excited to tell you about a new JetBrains Integrated Development Environment called Rider.

Rider is a cross-platform .NET-centric IDE that is positioned as a faster cross-platform alternative to Visual Studio. Rider brings with it all the benefits of the award-winning ReSharper plug-in coupled with the power and portability of the IntelliJ platform.

In the course we cover the following modules:

  1. Introduction
  2. Running, Debugging and Testing
  3. Search and Navigation
  4. Coding Assistance
  5. Code Generation and Templating
  6. Refactoring
  7. Additional Functionality
By the end of the course, I hope you’ll gain an appreciation for the advantages that Rider offers, and will become comfortable in using Rider to develop .NET applications.

The key requirement for this course is for you to be familiar with .NET development in general. Knowledge of IDE concepts and experience with other IDEs such as Visual Studio will be beneficial.

I hope you’ll join me on this journey to learn about Rider with the “Cross-platform C# programming with JetBrains Rider” course here on Pluralsight.