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Debug IoT Edge C / C# Windows Module Container with Visual Studio Azure IoT Edge Tools

Azure IoT Edge Tools (Preview) for Visual Studio 2017 allows you to easily develop and debug Azure IoT Edge modules locally. To learn how to use this extension to develop and debug Edge module locally, you can refer these documents: Easily Develop and Debug Azure IoT Edge C Modules with Azure IoT Edge Tools Use Visual Studio 2017 to ...


Easily develop and debug Azure IoT Edge C modules with Azure IoT Edge Tools (Preview) 0.3.1

NOTE: Although this post is using Visual Studio 2017 as example, you could also successfully complete this tutorial with Visual Studio 2019 and Azure IoT Edge Tools (Preview) for VS 2019. With 0.3.1 release of Azure IoT Edge Tools (Preview), you can use Visual Studio 2017 to develop and debug C modules for Azure IoT Edge. Prerequisites...


Using VS Code for C++ development with containers

This post builds on using multi-stage containers for C++ development. That post showed how to use a single Dockerfile to describe a build stage and a deployment stage resulting in a container optimized for deployment. It did not show you how to use a containers with your development environment. Here we will show how to use those containers ...


Microsoft C++ Team at CppCon 2019

The Microsoft C++ team will have a booth and many talks covering a wide range of topics at CppCon 2019. Come say hi to our team outside Aurora D and attend our talks to learn what's new in our tooling, dive into new features in the standard, and hear some exciting announcements! We'll also be running a survey on the C++ ecosystem and ...


.NET Core Support and More in Visual Studio 2019 version 16.3 - Update Now!

As we continue to deliver on our mission of any developer, any app, any platform, it's always an exciting time on the Visual Studio team when we get to launch major features.  Today we've released Visual Studio 2019 version 16.3 which contains support for the release of .NET Core 3.0, significant C++ improvements, and great updates for ...


Visual Studio 2019 version 16.1 now generally available (and 16.2 Preview 1 as well)

Today, we are making Visual Studio 2019 version 16.1 generally available, as well as the first preview release of Visual Studio 2019 version 16.2. You can download both versions from VisualStudio.com. If you already have Preview installed, you can alternatively click the notification bell from inside Visual Studio to update.


Visual Studio Code C/C++ extension May 2018 Update – IntelliSense configuration just got so much easier!

Visual Studio Code C/C++ extension May 2018 Update – IntelliSense configuration just got so much easier! This morning we shipped the May 2018 update of the C/C++ extension for Visual Studio Code, the most significant update to this extension in its 2-year history! 😊 The team has been working extremely hard for the past month to bring many...


Image Watch is now available for Visual Studio 2017

点这里看中文版 Image Watch is a Visual Studio extension that provides a watch window for viewing in-memory bitmaps when debugging native C++ code. It comes with built-in support for OpenCV image types (e.g. cv::Mat, cv::Mat_<> , etc.). We know that, for many of you, this is an important part of your C++ debugging experience. We...


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