Binary Compatibility and Pain-free Upgrade: Why Moving to Visual Studio 2017 is almost “too easy”

Visual Studio 2017 is a major leap forward in terms of C++ functionality compared with VS 2015. We hope the new release will delight you in your day-to-day job as soon as you can upgrade. This blog post focuses on the steps needed to upgrade from Visual Studio 2015 to 2017. As promised in our… Read more

Visual C++ 2015 and 2017 Migration Documentation Update

Upgrading to the latest C++ compiler and toolset is sometimes not so easy and can be time consuming. You are likely to encounter some compiler and linker errors and warnings in code that previously compiled cleanly. There are several possible sources for these errors, including improvements in the compiler, and changes in the C++ language,… Read more

Stuck on an older toolset version? Move to Visual Studio 2017 without upgrading your toolset

⏱ Updated on March 06, 2017 with the latest functionality in Visual Studio 2017 RTW Are you currently developing your C++ projects in an older version of Visual Studio? If your reasons for avoiding the all-new features in VS 2017 are covered next, then read on: this post may have good news for you. Help! I… Read more