Sayed Ibrahim Hashimi

Principal Product Manager, Visual Studio

Sayed Ibrahim Hashimi has a computer engineering degree from the University of Florida. He works at Microsoft as a Senior Program Manager creating better .NET Core, and ASP.NET Core, ­development tools in Visual Studio.

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Introducing the private preview of port tunneling in Visual Studio for ASP.NET Core projects

In Visual Studio 2022 17.3 Preview 1.1 we added support to port tunneling (forwarding) to your ASP.NET Core web projects. Port tunneling enables connections between machines that cannot directly connect to each other. Port tunneling is also referred to as port forwarding, or web tunneling. Some cases where you may want to use port tunneling ...

Edge Developer Tools for Visual Studio (Preview)

When developing web apps, it’s common to use the browser developer tools to perform various tasks like; modifying the CSS, inspecting network traffic, etc. Because the browser is disconnected from the IDE, if you make changes to the running application in the browser, you will need to remember and reapply those changes to your code as well. ...

Design your Web Forms apps with Web Live Preview in Visual Studio 2022

In this post we have introduced, and demonstrated, the new Web Forms Designer and Web Live Preview that is built into Visual Studio 2022 Preview 2. We are very excited to bring a new designer for Web Forms. We would love for you to try out this new designer experience and let us know how it’s working for you with your own projects and solution

Creating and Packaging a .NET Standard library

In this post we will cover how you can create a .NET Standard library and then share that with other developers via NuGet. We will be demonstrating this with Visual Studio for Mac, but you can also follow along with Visual Studio, or Visual Studio Code when using the dotnet CLI. If you are on macOS, and haven’t already download Visual Studio...

Creating .NET Core global tools on macOS

One of the really cool aspects about .NET Core is the support for global tools. You can use global tools to simplify common tasks during your development workflow. For example, you can create tools to minify image assets, simplify working with source control, or perform any other task that you can automate with the command line. After ...

Getting Started with Blazor Server Apps in Visual Studio for Mac

In Visual Studio 2019 for Mac v8.4 one of the big things that we added support for is developing Blazor Server Applications. In this post I’ll show you how you can get started building new Blazor Server applications with Visual Studio for Mac. Blazor lets you build interactive web UIs using C# instead of JavaScript. Blazor apps are composed ...

Visual Studio 2019 for Mac version 8.4 Preview 2, now available

Today we released the latest preview, Preview 2, of Visual Studio 2019 for Mac version 8.4. This preview comes with several exciting new features which we would love for you to try out. To get the preview: Updates in this preview The focus of this preview is around accessibility improvements and .NET Core and ASP.NET Core. Let’...

New learning resources for building ASP.NET Core apps using Visual Studio for Mac

Interested in learning about ASP.NET Core on your Mac? We just launched new Visual Studio for Mac learning resources that will help you get started building ASP.NET Core apps, the right way. We have step by step tutorials, ebooks and videos to guide you through your learning journey. We hope you enjoy the experience!

Visual Studio 2019 for Mac version 8.2 is now available (and a Preview for 8.3)

Today we are announcing the release of Visual Studio 2019 for Mac version 8.2, as well as Preview 1 of version 8.3. We have a lot of new features and updates in both releases that we’d like to share with you! Some of these include the new C#, XAML and AXML editors, support for .NET Core 3.0 Preview and launchsettings.json and many more.

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