Topic: visual studio

Microsoft previews Visual Studio 2019 v16.7 and v16.8

Microsoft announced Preview 1 of its upcoming Visual Studio version 16.7 and Visual Studio version 16.8 releases. New features in Visual Studio 2019 v16.7 include Git integration with a new merge editor and easy conflict resolution, WPF design-time data, C++ support for 64-bit projects and debug builds, and additional IntelliSense functionality. The Visual Studio merge editor … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Visual Studio 2019 16.6 support for C++20 Ranges, WinUI 3 preview 2, and Rust 1.45 released

Visual Studio 2019 version 16.6 contains the first user-visible pieces of C++20 Ranges support, according to Microsoft.  The standard library concepts in ‘<concepts>’ have been shipping in MSVC since version 16.3. This includes the customization point ‘std::ranges::swap.’ Also available are the first batch of Range algorithms in ‘<algorithm>.’ Additional details are available here. WinUI 3 … continue reading

Microsoft’s Visual Studio Online now Visual Studio Codespaces

Microsoft has revealed it is renaming Visual Studio Online to Visual Studio Codespaces. The company found developers were using Visual Studio Online as much more than “just an editor in the browser,” so it decided to rename the product to better align with its value. “Do you want a great experience working on your long-term … continue reading

SD Times news digest: C++20 concepts in Visual Studio 2010 version 16.3, Bootstrap to drop IE support, and Zig 0.60 released

C++20 Concepts are now supported for the first time in Visual Studio 2019 version 16.3 Preview 2. This includes both the compiler and standard library support. Concepts are predicates that you use to express a generic algorithm’s expectations on its template arguments, and they allow developers to formally document constraints on templates and have the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Syncfusion Essential Studio 2020 Volume 1, Visual Studio Code 1.44, and Nintex Workflow Cloud updates

Syncfusion’s Essential Studio 2020 Volume 1 includes new Kanban, Progress Bar, and Card controls in preview for the Blazor suite and the move of 11 other controls to final release.  Syncfusion also added new features such as trend line support for the Charts control, and Xamarin.Forms now comes with WPF support for the DataGrid control. … continue reading

Visual Studio 2019 version 16.5 now available

Microsoft has announced the latest version of Visual Studio. Visual Studio 2019 version 16.5 adds new XAML, .NET, C++, and debugging features. XAML This release adds the XAML Hot Reload for Xamarin.Forms, which helps accelerate development by making it easier to build, experiment, and iterate over a mobile app’s user interface. With this update, as … continue reading

Microsoft reveals Visual Studio plans for 2020

Microsoft revealed its plans for Visual Studio through June 2020. The main focus will be on addressing top consumer feedback, improving UI Automation properties for better screen reader experiences, and improving performance.  The developers behind Visual Studio laid out all of the planned adjustments that involve working with various languages and frameworks and added icons … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Visual Studio Code CMake Tools extension, Snowflakes’ $479 million funding, and KDevelop 5.5

Visual Studio Code CMake Tools extension is now available with the release of the February 2020 update. The CMake Tools Extension release includes top feature requests such as file-based API support and multi-root workspaces. With multi-root workspaces, users can have two or more folders containing a root CMakeLists.txt open side-by-side in Visual Studio Code. File-based … continue reading

“Publish to GitHub from Team Explorer in Visual Studio 2019 16.4

.NET Core 3.1 and Visual Studio 2019 16.4 now available

Microsoft has announced the release of both .NET Core 3.1 and Visual Studio 2019 16.4 this week.  .NET Core 3.1 includes fixes for .NET Core 3.0, which was released about two months ago. This release is a long-term supported (LTS) release, meaning that it will be supported for three years. According to Microsoft, waiting two … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Visual Studio adds Live Share app casting and contacts, Rockset Partners with Tableau, Android 10 introduces privacy protections for physical activity

Microsoft introduced contacts in Live Share that enables developers to collaborate with recent and contextual collaborators in VS 16.4. In-built audio calling has also been enhanced. “With app casting your debugging sessions can be a powerful place to do real-time collaboration and make progress on hard bugs. With direct invitations and status sharing with contacts … continue reading

Microsoft announces updates to development tools at Microsoft Ignite

Microsoft is continuing to announce new tools and updates for developers and enterprises at its annual conference Microsoft Ignite.  The company revealed a new version of its programming language TypeScript, a public preview of Visual Studio Online and new AI-based features. TypeScript 3.7 is now available Microsoft’s superset of JavaScript has reached its latest version. … continue reading

SD Times news digest: HackerOne announces $36.4 million in funding, VS 2019 16.3 preview 3 enables refactorings with IntelliCode, and Google’s batch attestation key

Bug bounty platform provider HackerOne announced that it raised $36.4 million in funding from Valor Equity Partners, bringing its total to $110 million.  The company explained it will continue to workon “second-order benefits of vulnerability disclosure,” and with a community of pentesters and other security research experts. In addition, the company is building a data … continue reading

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