When comparing AIDE vs Project Rider, the Slant community recommends Project Rider for most people. In the question“What are the best IDEs for Android development?” Project Rider is ranked 5th while AIDE is ranked 6th. The most important reason people chose Project Rider is:
ReSharper is a popular Visual Studio Extension for .NET Developers. IntelliJ IDEA is a popular and fully featured JAVA IDE.
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Pro Checksums stored in plaintext
Allows for cross-compatibility, redundancy and portability.
Pro Calculates multiple checksums
It gives you an added security against attacks on the hash function.
Pro Supports complicated file excludes
You can exclude folders, files, filetypes, etc.
Pro New C# IDE based on ReSharper and the IntelliJ platform
Pro Supports all the development lifecycle
Project Rider can build MSBuild and XBuild solutions as well as DNX/.NET CLI projects, and allows debugging .NET and Mono applications. DNX/.NET CLI debugging and CoreCLR support are coming.
Pro Superior "quality of life" features
Extremely good at filling in all the mindless boilerplate type code while you stay productive.
Pro Multiple runtime support
Project Rider supports the .NET Framework and Mono, with CoreCLR support in the works. It also includes templates for creating new projects, and when you create an empty project, it's literally empty
As well as running and debugging multiple runtimes, Project Rider itself runs on multiple platforms. It runs on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.
Pro Version control integration
Intellij plugins for Git, Mercurial and TFS plus Local History of files
Pro Decompile code for any .net library
Con Relatively young project
Some bugs are to be expected since it's still a relatively young project.
Con Not free
Project Rider has a trial version available, but is not free.