C# 6 is the version of C# that ships with VS 2015 Preview. The philosophy behind this version is straightforward: improve simple everyday coding scenarios, without adding much conceptual baggage. The features should make code lighter without making the language heavier.
by Alan Berman
The Async feature in Visual Studio 2012 RC makes it easy to invoke asynchronous methods.
If you mark a method with or async modifier, you can use the await operator in the method.
If you’ve held off on trying Visual Studio 11 Beta because your .NET 4 or Silverlight 5 app uses the Async CTP, your wait is over! Today we’ve published the Async Targeting Pack for Visual Studio 11,
As you may have seen in Jason’s blog, Visual Studio 11 Beta is available for download today, including the Beta version of C# 5.0! If you’ve tried out the Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview,
by Alan Berman
The new Async feature in Visual Studio makes it easy to code asynchronous method calls. To make synchronous code asynchronous, you can simply call an asynchronous method instead of a synchronous method and add a few keywords to the code,
Some great new video’s on MSDN showing how to do async programming using the Async CTP.
There are different versions of video’s for both VB and C#. This is a great opportunity to see the power of the new Async languages featuresand follow through a series of examples showing how easy it is to use the new feature.
By Jeremy Meng
Visual Studio Async CTP (SP1 Refresh) is available now! You are welcome to download and try it out!
Thanks to the new Async feature coming in Visual Basic and C# it has never been so easy to write asynchronous code.
Today we announced the Visual Studio Async CTP, which shows one of the major features we plan to include in a future release of C# and Visual Basic. This feature makes development of asynchronous applications–which include everything from desktop applications with responsive UI to sophisticated web applications–much easier.