If you want to hear the latest about Azure, Visual Studio, DevOps, Kubernetes and more, you may want to follow Microsoft’s Connect(); 2018 online event tomorrow, December 4.
The new Android emulator only works on the freshly- released Windows 10 April Update, and it can also use the new Windows Hypervisor Platform for hardware acceleration.
Developers can use these early preview tools to recompile their UWP and legacy Win32 apps for ARM64, which should led to a nice performance boost on Windows 10 on ARM PCs.
While we’re only a couple of weeks removed from the latest Windows 10 release, Microsoft is in full developer support mode and offering Windows developers looking to get a leg up on app features access to the next releases SDK. During Build 2018, Microsoft executives talked about several application features that will be enabled in […]
It was detailed on stage at Build 2018 today that Microsoft is making moved to empower developers to build for the new era of intelligent edge, across Azure, Microsoft 365, and other platforms by using the languages and frameworks they know best.
The latest version of the Visual Studio extension brings many new features for developers including support for the Visual Basic Programming language.
Some developers have been pretty impressed with the day’s news, so here’s a look at the biggest announcements from Microsoft’s annual Connect(); event.
The highlights of these announcements are the release of Visual Studio for Mac, and quite a few Azure services, which according to Microsoft will make cutting edge technology approachable to all developers.
If you have yet to get started with Visual Studio 2017, the company has just shared a cool poster featuring the most important features of the new IDE.
Microsoft has quietly released Visual Studio 2017 Preview, a separate version of the IDE that can be installed next to the stable version.
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Microsoft today officially announced the general availability of the integrated development environment, Visual Studio 2017.
Visual Studio 2017 will finally be available to download tomorrow, March 7th, and Microsoft is holding on this occasion a two-day virtual event including interactive demos to get started with the latest IDE.
Microsoft has officially come out and announced that Visual Studio 2017 will be set to launch on March 7th as part of a 20th Anniversary celebration.