Topic: visual studio

GitHub Copilot now available in Visual Studio 2022

GitHub Copilot, which is a solution that uses AI to make code suggestions to developers, is now available in Visual Studio 2022.  The solution first launched as a technical preview last June, and according to GitHub, Visual Studio 2022 was the most requested IDE by the community.  The solution makes suggestions to developers as they … continue reading

Microsoft gives sneak peek at C# 11 features in latest Visual Studio update

In Microsoft’s Visual Studio 17.1, users will get a sneak peek at features coming to C# 11. These features will also be available in .NET SDK 6.0.200.  A feature available in early preview is parameter null checking, which verifies at runtime if a null has been passed to code. This is separate from Nullable Reference … continue reading

SD Times news digest: .NET Framework Security and Quality update; Support ending for older versions of Visual Studio; Elastic 8.0 released

This week, Microsoft released the February 2022 Security and Quality Rollup for .NET Framework. This release does not contain any security improvements. For the most recent security updates, see here. With this, several reliability and quality improvement have been made, including: CLR: Addresses rare crashes and hangs that can appear in cases where GC occurs … continue reading

Microsoft reveals 2022 roadmap for Java in VS Code

Microsoft released its roadmap for its planned updates for Java on Visual Studio Code and highlighted its most important improvements in 2021.  2021 saw substantial improvements on all extensions in the Extension Pack for Java including 1.0 release of Language Support for Java, a Gradle for Java extension release, a new and better getting started … continue reading

Visual Studio 2022 17.1 Preview 2 introduces several Git productivity improvements

Microsoft recently announced the second preview of Visual Studio 2022 17.1. This release includes new features that align with themes of Visual Studio 2022, such as productivity.  New Git productivity features will make day-to-day work much easier, according to Microsoft. Developers will now be able to compare the current branch in a repository with other … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Swimm raises $27.6 million in funding; Python in Visual Studio Code November release; UiPath platform 2021.10 released

The continuous documentation startup, Swimm, today announced the launch of an open beta, granting free access to any team that wishes to use the platform. With the use of Swimm’s continuous documentation platform, organizations can simplify the process of creating, finding, and maintaining relevant documentation as part of the existing development workflows.  Swimm ensures that … continue reading

.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 adds new ways to personalize Visual Studio documents; Enterprise Architect 16.0 beta; Amazon announces managed RStudio on Amazon SageMaker

As a part of Visual Studio 2022, Microsoft added new ways for users to personalize documents so that users can code the way they want to. These new features focus on flexibility and inclusivity for working with documents and managing tabs. Users can now color file tabs by project, a highly requested item on the … 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: BlackBerry, Deloitte collaborate on loT software supply chain security; Python in Visual Studio Code October 2021 release; Google announces Dev Library

BlackBerry and Deloitte announced that they will be teaming up to assist OEMs and those building mission-critical applications in securing their software supply chains. This will allow Deloitte to leverage BlackBerry’s flagship software composition analysis tool, BlackBerry Jarvis. This tool empowers OEMs to inspect the provenance of their code and each software asset that comes … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Package Source Mapping in Visual Studio Code, Ruby on Rails 7.0 alpha 1, and Matillion Series E

Microsoft announced the first preview release of Package Source Mapping with Visual Studio 2022 preview 4.  Package Source Mapping gives users fine-grained control of where their packages come from by mapping every package in their solution to target a package source.  Package Source Mappings will apply to all project types – including .NET Framework – … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Stable Jetpack Wear OS libraries, Domo Sandbox, and new Sentry capabilities

Android recently announced the delivery of the first five stable Jetpack Wear OS libraries. These include: wear, wear-input, wear-ongoing, wear-phone-interactions, and wear-remote-interactions. The wear library allows users to lay out elements in an arch and write curved text in order to support the curvature of round watches. In addition, wear-input identifies and interacts with hardware … continue reading

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