Automatically build and deploy ASP.NET Core projects to Azure App Services

Over the last few updates we’ve been working on evening out our support for popular scenarios. Earlier this month we added support for setting up an automated DevOps pipeline in Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) that pulls source from a public or private GitHub repository. TFVC is another scenario we’re working on to round out… Read more

dotnetConf is back! Free live streaming developer event – June 7th-9th 2016

.NET plays an important role in the lives of many Visual Studio developers, I for one have worked on many ASP.NET, WPF Desktop and other back-end .NET services over the years in my career and therefore its really exciting for me to be part of the team to bring you yet another dotnetConf, back again… Read more

Announcing Updated Web Development Tools for ASP.NET Core RC2

We are pleased to announce the ASP.NET Core Tooling Preview release to support the .NET Core RC2 and ASP.NET Core RC2 release. Get the new version of the framework and Visual Studio 2015 support now at: http://dot.net Tooling Preview, What’s That? With this release, we’re splitting the delivery of the Visual Studio tools from the… Read more

Top news from January 2016

The year has gotten off to a great start and it seems that .NET, the web, and TypeScript get the prize for the most popular topics! ASP.NET 5 is dead: Did we get your attention with that heading? Well, it’s not dead at all, it just has a new moniker as Scott Hanselman explains in… Read more

Top News from October-December 2015, Part 1

It’s been a few months since our last roll-up of top developer stories, so I’ll be catching up with the news from last fall in two posts. We’ll start here in Part 1 with Visual Studio, .NET, ASP.NET, languages, and a few other tools for good measure. Part 2 will cover a variety of topics… Read more

The .NET Journey: Recapping the last year

Having just completed Connect(); // 2015, we thought to take a moment to review everything that’s happened with .NET over the last year, between last year’s and this year’s Connect();. And what a year it’s been! We’ve seen significant developments in the .NET Framework, including the release of new versions, and also the release of… Read more

Connect(“demos”); // 2015: HealthClinic.biz

During Connect(); //2015 we showcased many technologies available to you as a developer across Azure, Office, Windows, Visual Studio and Visual Studio Team Services. We’ve also heard from you that you love to have real-world applications through which you can directly experience what’s possible using those technologies. This year, then, we built out a full… Read more

News and Announcements at Connect(); //2015

Today we held the Connect(); //2015 event in New York, where we introduced many new products and features that we’ve been working on. In this post I’ll share the highlights with you, and you can watch the Connect(); event along with many additional on-demand videos on http://www.visualstudio.com/connect2015. Visual Studio Code beta release. In this beta… Read more

Top News for September 2015

Hello everyone! Every month we share some top stories from the previous month, and here’s our round-up for September. Open-source, cross-platform MSBuild: Continuing the open-source, cross-platform .NET story that is already well underway with .NET Core and the .NET Compiler Platform (“Roslyn”), MSBuild is joining the fun as explained by Nikolai Tillmann. The sources are… Read more

A Summer of ASP.NET: Catching up with .NET Web Developments

Summer 2015 has come and gone (in the northern hemisphere at least!), and four releases of ASP.NET have hit the internet in that time. With the Visual Studio 2015 release in July the team released ASP.NET 4.6, a major update for our ASP.NET frameworks and tooling. Additionally, ASP.NET 5 beta 5 was released with Visual… Read more