If you’re targeting iOS and writing a lot of C++ code, you should consider importing your XCode projects inside Visual Studio. Visual Studio not only provides an easy way to import these projects, but also allows opening these projects back in XCode if you need to make non-C++ related edits (e.g.
You can use Visual Studio to develop your C++ projects targeting Android. To learn more about this support read the Visual C++ for Cross-Platform Mobile development section on MSDN.
If you’re currently using Eclipse and considering moving to Visual Studio, you can do that via our Eclipse Android Project Import Wizard.
Visual Studio supports targeting Linux out of the box – you can edit, remote build and remote debug to a Linux machine (whether that’s a remote machine, a VM running locally or in the cloud, or WSL in Windows 10).
This article covers the high-level steps to bring your existing Linux projects to Visual Studio.
Qt framework is an ever growing cross-platform C++ framework, ideal for building desktop, mobile, and even embedded solutions. While you can use CMake to target Qt (if you do, you should read more about the Visual Studio support for CMake), Qt also provides its own Qt-optimized build system called qmake.
Leverage the full power of C++ to build high-end games powered by DirectX to run on a variety of devices in the Windows family, including desktops, tablets, and phones. In this blog post we will dive into DirectX development with C++ in Visual Studio.
If you are new to using Visual Studio for C++ development a great starting point is our quick guide to Getting Started with Visual Studio. In this blog post we will dive into the Linux Development with C++ workload. You will learn
how to acquire this as part of installing Visual Studio 2017,
Debugging is one of the cornerstones of software development, and it can consume a significant portion of a developer’s day. The Visual Studio native debugger provides a powerful and feature-rich experience for finding and fixing problems that arise in your applications,
In this blog post we will dive into how Visual Studio supports teams of C and C++ developers. We’ll begin by creating a small C++ program and placing it in a Git repository in Visual Studio Team Services. Next we’ll see how to commit and push updates and get updates from others.