Learn how to get Visual Studio IntelliCode to make recommendations based on patterns it finds in your own code in 3 simple steps.
IntelliCode now makes recommendations for arguments in your C# code. Just install the latest version of the IntelliCode extension for Visual Studio and start editing C# code faster with in-line suggestions. It's as simple as that!
Today at the EuroPython conference in Edinburgh, Scotland, we are introducing support for Python in the IntelliCode extension for Visual Studio Code, as well as new improvements in editing for Python developers in Visual Studio Code.
AI-assisted IntelliSense for Python
At Microsoft Build 2018,
Today at Build, we announced the release of Visual Studio 2017 version 15.7 and the first preview of the next update, Visual Studio 2017 version 15.8 Preview 1. If you would rather try these without installing them, check out the Visual Studio images in Azure that will be available soon.
The top highlights of this Preview include productivity enhancements, better diagnostics, additional C++ development improvements, better management of Android and iOS environments, updated tooling for Universal Windows Platform and .NET Core projects, and an improved update experience. Please note that this is the first set of version 15.7 features; more goodness awaits in the next Preview.
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