Whether you are new or have been using Visual Studio for years, there are a bunch of tips and tricks that can make you more productive. We’ve been sharing tips on Twitter using the #vstip hashtag for a while, and this is a collection of the best ones so far.
Welcome to the June update of Java on Visual Studio Code!
Earlier this month, we shared our new Java Installer for Visual Studio Code, which aims to help new Java developers to get their environment ready and start coding in just a few clicks. In this update, we’d like to share a couple new features and enhancements delivered during last ...
It’s been almost 3 years since the first Java language server was developed during a hackathon in a small conference room at Microsoft’s Zurich office with people from Red Hat, IBM, Codenvy and Microsoft, which later became one of the most popular extensions for Visual Studio Code with more than 2.7 million installations. Since then, ...
Visual Studio for Mac 2019 v8.1 is available today along with a new Preview for v8.2. Both releases bring exciting new features, performance improvements and additional capabilities to help you be code better, faster.
When doing development for Azure IoT solutions, developers may want to test and debug their cloud solution with a real device. However, not every developer has a real device in their hand. With the Azure IoT Tools for Visual Studio Code, you can easily use Visual Studio Code as a device simulator to quickly interact with Azure IoT Hub.
Check out what's new in the new Preview 2 release of Visual Studio 2019 16.2. Find out how to debug your ASP.NET (Core) web apps in the new Microsoft Edge Insider build, how to be more productive when you work with code in the IDE and how we make sure your Visual Studio installation makes the best out of your disk space
Most Visual Studio extension authors publish their extensions to the public Marketplace to allow everyone to install them and benefit from the large and open ecosystem. However, some companies create extensions for internal use only. A private gallery allows them to distribute these extensions with ease.
Did you know that you can view objects by more than just their types in the Watch, Autos, and Locals windows? Learn how you can customize your object views in debugger windows using DebuggerDisplay and Natvis!
In October 2018, we shared the plan to migrate from UserVoice forum to Developer Community. Since then, we have received and responded to over 2500 new feature suggestions on Developer Community with hundreds of those shipped in Visual Studio. Thank you for making the move and continuing to help us improve the functionality in Visual Studio!