Last month, we kicked-off a challenge for our developer community to build a solution using ASP.NET Core and the new .NET Core features in Visual Studio for Mac. In this post, we share the results, and complete the challenge.
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We’d like to invite you to take part in a new community challenge in which you can interact directly with our team to improve Visual Studio for Mac, explore some great looking ASP.NET Core samples, and earn prizes!
Today, we’re releasing version 8.3 of Visual Studio 2019 for Mac – our .NET IDE, built natively for macOS. This release is predominantly driven by your feedback: delivering a faster and more reliable ASP.NET Core web developer experience, reducing the time between coding and testing Xamarin UI changes,
Visual Studio for Mac 2019 v8.3 Preview 3 is now available, with new web editors, solution-level NuGet package management, and multi-targeting support.
This blog post is all about the cool new features, bug fixes and performance improvements we've added to the latest release (Preview 3) of Visual Studio 2019 for Mac. Some of the highlights include but are not limited to the following: launching multiple IDE instances, faster Xamarin Android developer tools, and a new C# editor. Read on to learn more.
In a recent Visual Studio Toolbox episode, I highlighted some new Ionic 2 templates for use with the Visual Studio 2015 Tools for Apache Cordova (TACO). These new Ionic 2 RC templates are now available for you to try out and in this post I’ll talk you through what’s new.
With the release of Visual Studio 2017 RC this week, we’re introducing you to the latest and greatest release of the Visual Studio Tools for Apache Cordova (TACO). In this release, we’re tackling the big problems – the issues we know you face every day as mobile developers.
Last month I had the pleasure of participating in a panel discussion at the Microsoft Ignite conference where we discussed mobile app development. I spoke about Visual Studio’s Tools for Apache Cordova (a.k.a. “TACO” for short) side-by-side with James Montemagno of Xamarin fame,
Are you a web developer building mobile applications today? Are you considering joining the ranks of web developers moving beyond the mobile web to mobile app development? If so, then we have a treat for you – a new set of Visual Studio templates,