On behalf of the entire JetBrains Team, we would like to wish you a very happy 2019 and thank you for your continued support over the years. We are truly grateful!
Major .NET & Visual Studio Tooling Updates
ReSharper Ultimate 2018.3 is now available. We think you’ll love its inline parameter name hints, auto-detection of formatter settings, and early support for VS 2019. Other goodies include improved code analysis with better C# 7 deconstruction support, better C++/CLI support, VB.NET 15.3 and 15.5, TypeScript 3.0, and lots of new inspections, quick-fixes, and context actions to help your code shine.
Rider 2018.3 is here! Welcome Code Vision, Rename Project refactoring, Assembly Explorer window, remote debugging via SSH, and SQL language injections in C# code. Take advantage of tools for Android development, an integrated performance profile, and Azure Toolkit for Rider.
ReSharper C++ 2018.3 tunes every smart feature the product has, making them work more precisely on modern C++ code. Besides this, there are dozens of performance improvements which helped make the editor much more responsive. To learn about the new features in full detail, check out this blog post.
Team Tools 2018.4 Releases
YouTrack 2018.4 introduces Custom Projects Templates, Timesheet Reports, Search by User Mention, and other improvements.
Hub 2018.4 includes IdP-initiated SSO for SAML, a new setting for the GitHub auth module, and LDAP Group Mappings.
New 2018.3 IDE Releases
Have you already updated to AppCode 2018.3? If not, then maybe it's time to do it! The release brings Swift 4.2 support together with new Generate actions for Swift and lots of formatting improvements. And that's not all, we have a heap of new intentions in 2018.3.x updates.
PyCharm 2018.3 adds support for Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), multiline TODOs, improved Search Everywhere, the debugger's on-demand variable loading policy for NumPy arrays and Pandas DataFrames, and lots of fixes in the different subsystems.
Google's Android Studio is now available in the Toolbox App. Manage and install all the new updates with ease like you can with any of JetBrains IDEs.
Product News and Releases
TeamCity 2018.2.1 — This minor update fixes about 100 issues, most notably the upgrade-related problems. LDAP authentication now works properly when a trusted certificate is added to the TeamCity server.
Annual Kotlin Census — Complete our census survey 2018 and help us keep track of the changes going on in our community by giving us feedback on your experience with the language.
Nikita Popov Joins the PhpStorm Team — A long-time PHP ecosystem contributor is joining JetBrains to work with the PhpStorm team. The focus of his work will be on improving the PHP ecosystem.
MPS Shout-out — The MPS team surprised their community in an epic way on Twitter. Check it out.
Upcoming Webinar and Recordings
Best Practices for Building Async APIs with ASP.NET Core — Join Kevin Dockx on January 22nd for our webinar on async best practices for ASP.NET Core.
What's New in TeamCity 2018.2 — Watch the recording of our latest webinar, What's New in TeamCity 2018.2, to see some of the newly released features in action.
Automating Build, Test, and Release Workflows with tox — Back in December, we had a special webinar in our Munich office with Oliver Bestwalter, talking about tox and release automation. Quite a lot of material was covered over the hour. Watch the recording now.
Code Vision Now in Rider — An easy way to focus on your code while getting additional information about it. Have a focused look.
Redesigned Search Everywhere, Plugins, and Templates in Rider 2018.3 — A look at the redesigned Search Everywhere popup, a new Plugin page, new templates for configuration files, and more.
What's New in Rider 2018.3 Code Completion — Code completion for package references, complete with the Enter key, colored TODO items, and flexible argument name styles.
Better Roslyn Support and More Build Options for Rider 2018.3 — We have more flexibility for building .NET and .NET Core solutions, exciting news about the Roslyn analyzers in Rider, and a few more things you'll want to read about.
Unit Testing Receives Major Updates in ReSharper and Rider 2018.3 — Matthias Koch walks us through new inspections, context actions, and quick-fixes for NUnit and xUnit.
PhpStorm 2018.3 Comes with Advanced Support for DQL — Learn more about support for Doctrine ORM's DQL in PhpStorm, including autocompletion.
New Refactorings in PhpStorm 2018.3 — PhpStorm comes with a few new refactorings like Change member visibility, Replace with alias, and Inline alias. Some existing refactorings have also been improved.
Refactorings in GoLand: Rename Refactoring — Using Find & Replace to rename things across your code base? Wishing there were a faster, safer way? Lo and behold, the Rename refactoring! Learn how to get the most out of it in GoLand.
Go Templates Made Easy — Do you use Go html/templates or text/templates in your application? Does your framework rely on them to generate the output? Learn how GoLand can help you work with templates more efficiently.
Getting Started with TypeScript in WebStorm — Want to give TypeScript a try? Learn how to set up and build your very first TypeScript app in WebStorm.
I18n Features in RubyMine — This article covers a number of handy options that RubyMine provides to help you internationalize your application, including the newest ones added in the recently announced RubyMine 2018.3.
MPS Online Course — A new short online course is here to complement your knowledge of MPS. And yes, it's free!
5 Tips for Getting the Most out of Your Dashboard — Get the most out of your dashboard! Check out the blog post with tips on how to track your activities.
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