JetBrains has been working on its Visual Studio competitor, Rider, for almost two years, but this week marks its exit from beta and into the realm of retail. The cross-platform .NET and web development IDE has a lot to offer, though its subscription-based pricing may see it struggle against Microsoft.
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Last month JetBrains -- of ReSharper fame -- unveiled its plans for a C# integrated development environment that would effectively come with ReSharper and IntelliJ built-in. If you want to give it a try, JetBrains is now taking down details for its Early Access program.
Visual Studio with ReSharper installed is hard to beat when it comes to .NET development, but that doesn't mean competition isn't welcome. If you're a C# developer willing to experiment, JetBrains has announced its own cross-platform IDE, called Project Rider, that will include "a lot of functionality that you are already familiar with from ReSharper and IntelliJ-based IDEs".