We recently released the 1.0 version of our Visual Studio Code Docker extension, which is the first general availability (GA) release. The Docker extension makes it easier to build apps that leverage Docker containers.
Have you ever experienced an exception occurring in a 3rd party .NET assembly but had no source code to figure out why? You can now use Visual Studio to decompile managed code even if you don't have the symbols, allowing you to look at code, inspect variables and set breakpoints.
Visual Studio 2019 for Mac 8.5 Preview 2 is available today and adds auth templates for ASP.NET Core projects, Xamarin enhancements, and UI improvements.
Visual Studio 2019 for Mac version 8.4 is now available. It brings enhancements to the ASP.NET Core developer experience including Blazor, Scaffolding, and .NET Core 3.1 support in addition to accessibility improvements.
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.
Today, we released Visual Studio 2019 for Mac version 8.4 Preview 4. This preview version of Visual Studio for Mac brings support for the latest stable version of .NET Core, Scaffolding support for ASP.NET Core projects, and additional improvements to overall product accessibility.
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!
Over the past year, the Visual Studio for Mac team updated the editors within the IDE to be faster, more fluent and more productive. We did this by building a macOS-native editor interface on top of the same editor backend as Visual Studio on Windows.
Building on the momentum from the recently announced Developer PowerShell, we are excited to share the first preview of the new Visual Studio terminal. This new preview experience is part of Visual Studio version 16.3 Preview 3.
Rather than build everything from scratch,
Check out what's new in the 16.2 generally available and 16.3 Preview 1 release of Visual Studio 2019. See the improvements to Test Explorer, search capabilities within the product, C++ linker iteration build times, and .NET Core 3.0