IntelliSense is one of the most commonly used features in Visual Studio. With it, developers can write code more efficiently and learn more about their codebase at the same time. In a sense, IntelliSense is both a guide and a productivity feature.
As part of our continued efforts to make Visual Studio a productive environment for developing mobile applications we’re pleased to announce that Visual Studio 2015 Update 1 RC adds support for debugging your Java source files that are part of your Android projects and (with the help of an extension) get IntelliSense and Browsing assistance for these files in the editor.
Greetings! Charles Torre and I came back with the second episode of Channel 9 Going Native –which is actually episode 1, considering that C++, as a C-like language, starts indexing from 0.
This time we follow up from a recent article that my colleague and friend Sumit Kumar (Program Manager in the Visual C++ team) wrote last week about new IDE features and enhancements that we plan to ship in the next version.
Hi! I am Sumit Kumar, a Program Manager on the Visual C++ team.
Today I will talk to you about some of the exciting new IDE functionality in the next version of Visual Studio that will make you,
Hi, I’m Charles Torre, Sr. Technographer with Channel 9.
I recently interviewed Boris Jabes, a fun Visual C++ Program Manager guy to talk to. After a brief discussion of IntelliSense in VC++ –Boris has the distinction of being the first guy to share the news about the removal of C++/CLI IntelliSense support in VC10,
Read in this issue:
- Troubleshooting Tips for IntelliSense Slowness
- The Concurrency Runtime and Visual C++ 2010: Lambda Expressions
- CMapi v1.23 (MFC classes for sending and receiving mail using Simple MAPI)
- Exception Boundaries: Working With Multiple Error Handling Mechanisms
- Is it reasonable to use the prefix increment operator ++it instead of postfix operator it++ for iterators?
Hi! My name is Ulzii Luvsanbat and I’m a Senior Test Lead with the Visual C++ team. Diego told me about some feedback received in a recent post regarding the accuracy and usefulness of the F1-Help command when working on C++ projects.
Now that Dev10 is getting close to release I want to describe in detail the various options we have included for controlling browsing and IntelliSense in VC++. Note: All information here is specifically about C and C++ and does not apply to C# or VB.