Share UI Code in any iOS and Android App with .NET Embedding

One of the most exciting announcements during this year’s Connect(); event was the ability to embed .NET libraries into existing iOS (Objective-C/Swift) and Android (Java) applications with .NET Embedding. This is great because you can start to share code between your iOS and Android applications, and you can also share the user interface between your… Read more

Visual Studio 2017 Version 15.6 Preview

[Hello, we are looking to improve your experience on the Visual Studio Blog. It will be very helpful if you could share your feedback via this short survey that should take less than 2 minutes to fill out. Thanks!] A few days ago we released Visual Studio 2017 version 15.5 and an update to Visual… Read more

Post-Connect(); 2017 Visual Studio Partner Webinar Series

[Hello, we are looking to improve your experience on the Visual Studio Blog. It will be very helpful if you could share your feedback via this short survey that should take less than 2 minutes to fill out. Thanks!] Earlier this week, we released 13 Visual Studio partner webinars that build off of some of… Read more

Snapshot Debugging with Visual Studio 2017: Now Ready for Production

[Hello, we are looking to improve your experience on the Visual Studio Blog. It will be very helpful if you could share your feedback via this short survey that should take less than 2 minutes to fill out. Thanks!] Earlier this year we previewed the Snapshot Debugger, a tool that enables you to debug web… Read more

Join Us to Learn How to Build Android 8.0 Oreo and iOS 11 apps with Visual Studio

[Hello, we are looking to improve your experience on the Visual Studio Blog. It will be very helpful if you could share your feedback via this short survey that should take less than 2 minutes to fill out. Thanks!] Visual Studio and Xamarin enable .NET developers everywhere to use their favorite language and full-featured IDE… Read more

Visual Studio 2017 Version 15.5, Visual Studio for Mac Released

[Hello, we are looking to improve your experience on the Visual Studio Blog. It will be very helpful if you could share your feedback via this short survey that should take less than 2 minutes to fill out. Thanks!]   Today we released significant updates to both Visual Studio 2017 and Visual Studio for Mac…. Read more

Announcing JUnit Support for Visual Studio Code

Today, we’re pleased to release a new extension to our Visual Studio Code Java extension family – Test Runner/Debugger for Java. It’s a lightweight test runner/debugger with below features we hope you will like. Recognize JUnit4 tests Run test Debug test View test status and run summary Same as the Debugger for Java, this is… Read more

TFVC support and other enhancements hit Continuous Delivery Tools for Visual Studio

A year ago, we released the first preview of the Continuous Delivery Tools for Visual Studio (CD4VS) with support for configuring a continuous integration and continuous delivery pipeline for ASP.NET and ASP.NET Core projects with and without container support. With CD4VS you can always configure Continuous Delivery for solutions under source control to App Service,… Read more

Announcing Language Server Protocol Preview Release

Visual Studio is joining Visual Studio Code in offering support for the Language Server Protocol. As an extension author, you can now write Visual Studio extensions that leverage existing language servers to provide a rich editing experience for languages that initially had no native language support in Visual Studio. With these extensions, you can use… Read more

Overview of Visual Studio 2017 and Updates for .NET Developers

Visual Studio 2017 first released in March of this year. Since then, there have been five updates with each bringing more improvements and capabilities. Every improvement is geared towards making you more productive and this post aims to give you an overview of the culmination of features to date. Read on to see how you… Read more