Rider stacktrace

by Nov 28, 2022

I use JetBrains Rider instead of Visual Studio for development.

Why?

It’s all about the User Experience (UX). It removes friction in places I didn’t know I needed it.

💡An example:

You got a bug, and you retrieved a stacktrace from your logging or from the Customer.

Copy the stack trace and click somewhere inside Rider and let the magic happen.

Rider recognizes that it is a stacktrace and opens a tool pane for you to analyze it. All the methods are clickable and navigate to the specific code.

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