Topic: net

.NET 6 and Visual Studio 2022 now generally available

Microsoft today announced two major releases: .NET 6 and Visual Studio 2022. Both releases have been long awaited and are the result of over a year of development effort.  .NET 6 is a Long-term Support release, which means it will be supported for three years. Microsoft is recommending developers start to migrate their apps to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Microsoft launches .NET Tech Community Forums; Microsoft joins Java Community Process; AWS announces Babelfish Aurora PostgreSQL

Microsoft recently announced the .NET Tech Community Forums for all .NET developer topics and discussions. To take part in this forum, developers can join the .NET tech community, choose a discussion space, start a new discussion, and collaborate with other .NET developers. The .NET Tech Community Forums also allow users to follow any topic that … continue reading

Microsoft reenables Hot Reload in .NET SDK repo after community feedback

Last week Microsoft announced that going forward its Hot Reload feature would only be accessible through Visual Studio 2022, which upset many developers. Based on the feedback it gathered from the community, the company has decided to go back on this decision. “Our desire is to create an open and vibrant ecosystem for .NET. As … continue reading

SD Times news digest: New ways to contribute to .NET MAUI Community Toolkit; Google giving away Flutter Apprentice for free; Apache weekly update

Microsoft recently announced that they are accepting community contributions to the .NET MAUI Community Toolkit. To help facilitate these community contributions, Microsoft has improved the workflow for adding new features. Microsoft also created a GitHub Project Board in order to keep track of the new workflow where interested users can follow along. The new feature … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Microsoft announces .NET 6 Release Candidate 1, Aerospike 5.7, and Kobiton funding

Microsoft announced the release of .NET 6 Release Candidate 1, the first of two “go live” releases that are supported in production. It can be downloaded for Linux, macOS, and Windows and it focuses on quality improvements aimed to resolve functional or performance issues. .NET 6 Release Candidate 1 has been tested and is supported … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Tableau announces new analytics capabilities, Microsoft releases two .NET MAUI-compatible versions of Xamarin Community Toolkit, Amazon Managed Grafana now generally available

Tableau unveiled its new data and analytics platform capabilities that include new capabilities to make data challenges easier to manage and to ensure that analytics scales with enterprise demand.  Tableau Prep now makes it easier for customers to reduce loads and costs of server resources automatically, and new capabilities help by alerting users of potential … continue reading

SD Times news digest: July 2021 update of the C++ extension for Visual Studio Code, .NET Framework July 2021 update preview, Nintex K2 Five enhancements

The July 2021 update of Visual Studio Code C++ introduces new features such as Disassembly View while debugging, inline macro expansions, and debug support for Windows ARM64 architecture.  Disassembly View allows users to debug assembly code corresponding to the instructions created by their compiler and will be included in the 1.59 release of Visual Studio … continue reading

Live Preview in Visual Studio 2022 Preview 2

Visual Studio 2022 Preview 2 adds Live Preview capability

The second preview release for Visual Studio 2022 is now available. Visual Studio 2022 Preview 2 is focused on providing capabilities for productivity, modern development, and innovation, according to Microsoft.  “Applications and the developers who build them are critical to the success of companies across the world. And businesses are expecting even more from their … continue reading

SD Times news digest: ShiftLeft Educate, .NET 6 Preview 6, and IBM to acquire Bluetab

ShiftLeft Educate provides security training for developers right in their developer workflow. It provides contextual training for different skill levels.  Key features include analytics, the ability to select appropriate training resources based on language and vulnerability type, and interactive videos, real world examples, and mitigation information from Kontra. There is also a paid version of … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android for Cars App Library released, .NET MAUI Preview 5, and AWS Step Functions Workflow Studio

The Android for Cars App Library version 1.1 is now in alpha, which brings new features to developers such as a sign-in template, a long message template, multiple-length text and map interactivity. The sign-in template allows users to sign in to their app directly from the car screen while parked and the long message template … continue reading

IntelliSense completion for Enums available in Visual Studio 2019 v16.10 GA

Microsoft Build 2021: Visual Studio 2019 v16.10 GA, .NET 6 preview 4, Microsoft Build of OpenJDK, and more

Microsoft Build 2021 started this week, giving Microsoft the opportunity to release updates for several of its offerings. Here are a few highlights from the events so far: Visual Studio 2019 v16.10 GA and v16.11 preview 1 Visual Studio 2019 v16.10 introduces new C++20 features, improved Git integration, improved profiling tools, and new productivity features.  … continue reading

OpenTelemetry .NET 1.0 released

Microsoft announced the 1.0 specification for OpenTelemetry .NET, the canonical distribution of the OpenTelemetry SDK implementation in .NET. The 1.0 release includes OpenTelemetry .NET APIs: Tracing API, Baggage API, Context API and Propagators API. Developers will also have access to an SDK that provides controls for sampling, processing and exporting as well as documentation, which … continue reading

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