Microsoft has announced the release of Visual Studio for Mac 17.4 Preview 2.1. The latest release addresses customer feedback; brings shell and editor improvements, no Rosetta requirement, and more.
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Microsoft has released Visual Studio 2022 17.4 Preview 2. It comes with a host of new features including the ability to roll back Visual Studio updates, Arm64 support for Node.js, and more.
Microsoft has released the Visual Studio 2022 17.3 update. It brings several new features, including support for .NET MAUI, a Teams Toolkit, C++ improvements, and improved Live Unit Testing.
Microsoft has announced the general availability of GitHub Copilot, its AI-powered development assistant. If you're looking for an AI to help you write code, you can give it a go at $10/month.
Microsoft has released Visual Studio 2022 17.3 Preview 2. This is a major release because it is the first version of the IDE to pack native support for ARM64 hardware, but only on Windows 11 for now.
Microsoft has released Visual Studio 2022 for Mac 17.0. It brings a native macOS UI, Apple Silicon support, and more. There is also a new preview build for the next version of Visual Studio for Mac.
Microsoft has released Release Candidate 2 for Visual Studio 2022 for Mac. The update moves the IDE to fully native macOS UI, which means the application is now fully optimized for Apple Silicon.
Microsoft has released Visual Studio 2022 17.2 and the first preview of 17.3. With this update, the C# and .NET experiences are improved and the performance of Git has been enhanced too.
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Microsoft has rolled out Visual Studio 2022 17.0 Preview 8 for Mac. The release fixes lots of critical issues and is a stepping stone in a "high-quality" general availability build down the road.
Microsoft has released Visual Studio 2022 for Mac 17.0 Preview 7. The update contains a native UI for Preferences screens, improved Xamarin support, and the ability to use Azure Functions V4.
Microsoft has finally announced the general availability of the latest Azure Sphere version 22.02 after it canceled Azure Sphere OS version 22.01 in January due to issues in the Retail Eval channel.
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Visual Studio 2022 for Mac Preview 6 fixes top issues, reduces crashes along with addressing top reported feedback. However, Xamarin developers should continue using Visual Studio 2019 for Mac v8.10.
Microsoft has published a public service announcement, reminding organizations and developers that some older versions of Visual Studio are running out of support soon, so consider upgrading.
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Microsoft has rolled out Visual Studio 2022 17.1 Preview 2, which contains a ton of enhancements related to Git, C++, .NET, and macOS development. Color tabs are finally supported too.
Microsoft has released Visual Studio 2022 for Mac Preview 4. It ports more of the program to the native macOS UI, fixes several issues, and allows for improved dragging and dropping of tool windows.
Microsoft has announced a significant change to its Python bundling strategy in Visual Studio. Going forward, new versions of the IDE will support the current broadly available version of Python.
Microsoft has released Visual Studio 2022 and .NET 6. The latest version of Visual Studio focuses on quality-of-life improvements with the AI-assisted code companion IntelliCode and Hot Reload.
Microsoft has reverted its change that led to the disablement of the Hot Reload feature on .NET 6 after an outcry from the developer community. The feature will now be there in .NET 6 GA version.
Visual Studio Code for the Web is now available for you to try out as a preview. It offers a lightweight code editing experience directly within the browser while borrowing many desktop features.
Microsoft has highlighted the UI changes coming to Visual Studio 2022, including new iconography, fonts, improvement to dark theme, color contrast adjustments, accent color modifications, and more.
Microsoft has revealed November 8, 2021 as the launch date for Visual Studio 2022. That said, a release candidate (RC) build with a go-live license for production use is available already.
Gitpod has announced that it is offering a browser-based integrated development environment (IDE) via OpenVSCode Server, which is an open source implementation of Microsoft's Visual Studio Code.
Microsoft announced Visual Studio 2022 Preview 3 earlier before pausing downloads of CDN issues. The download should become available again later once the issues have been sorted out.
Microsoft has launched the first preview build of Visual Studio 2022. It doesn't come with all the planned features but does come with 64-bit support which will allow it to fully utilise the hardware.
Microsoft boasts that Azure Confidential Ledger is the only ledger on the market which utilizes confidential computing to secure data in use through a Trusted Execution Environment (TEE).
Microsoft has officially announced the Visual Studio 2022 is getting its first public preview this summer, and that it will bring some big news including switching to a 64-bit architecture.
Azure API Management connectors and GitHub integration for the Power Platform are now available. Other updates to the platform utilizing Azure services have been introduced as well.
Microsoft has announced the first generally available release of the C++ extension for Visual Studio Code, which includes support for Linux on ARM and ARM64, rich code formatting settings, and more.
Microsoft has announced that it is retiring Visual Studio Codespaces - previously Visual Studio Online - and consolidating it into GitHub Codespaces, which is in limited public beta right now.
Microsoft has released new versions of Visual Studio 2019 for both Windows and Mac, delivering new capabilities for developers on both platforms. The first preview of version 16.7 is also available.
At its Build 2020 virtual conference, Microsoft announced a slew of Azure dev tools enhancements from .NET 5 Preview 4 to GitHub Discussions, Visual Studio Codespaces, and much more.
Microsoft has made available new preview versions of its IDE, Visual Studio 2019 for both Windows and Mac alongside a number of new Visual Studio Online integrations and capabilities.
Microsoft today published a blog post outlining what developers need to know for the upcoming Windows 10 November 2019 Update. And the answer is nothing, because there won't be a new SDK.
PySpark development is now fully supported in Visual Studio Code. Through an extension built for the aforementioned purpose, users can run Spark jobs with SQL Server 2019 Big Data Clusters.
Those using Visual Studio Code should be getting a brand new icon soon. The tweak has been made to both the Insider and Stable icons, which will be identical across all three platforms.
Microsoft has launched a preview of Web Template Studio, a Visual Studio Code extension that aims to make it easier for developers to create web-based applications. It's also open-sourced on GitHub.