As long as you reading this post, you are a kind of .NET developer. So, there is a huge possibility that you don’t even know what Rider is. Or, moreover, you are already “negatively tuned” about this IDE because you’ve been working with VS for a long time. Ok, then, if you stuck there I will help you to get out of this hole.
I am not going to discuss their features comparing each other. I was working with Visual Studio starting from the 2003 version, so I think I understand how much you love it. I just want to give you guys some thoughts and motivation to consider Rider as your new IDE. Welcome under the cut!Continue reading “Visual Studio vs Rider”