Visual Studio 2019 version 16.6 Preview 2 releases today with several new features to help developer productivity. Check out our improved Git integration, .NET Productivity features, plus so much more!
Despite continued advancement and innovation in the IDE space, the bottom line is that IDEs are a productivity tool. As a software developer, the value of an IDE is directly related to how much using the tool increases your productivity. Subsequently,
Visual Studio 2019 version 16.5 and 16.6 Preview 1 are available today. Included in this release are updates in .NET Productivity, .NET Mobile development, C++, and debugging.
Want to quickly identify objects by more than just their type while debugging? You can now pin object properties to the top of your debugger displays using the new Pinnable Properties tool in Visual Studio 2019 16.4!
If you missed our previous releases or simply have not had a chance to catch-up, this blog post will be the one place where you can see every major improvement we’ve made throughout 2019.
Visual Studio 2019 v16.4 is available today. Highlights of the release include: better GitHub integration, Vertical Tabs, Container Tools, Xamarin Hot Reload, C++ Tooling, .NET Productivity, Pinnable Property Tabs, and much more.
The great debates in computing all have one common theme. Whether it is tabs vs. spaces or Vi vs. Emacs, the thread linking all these debates together is keyboard efficiency. The truth is, we spend tons of hours working in an application,
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,
The third Preview version of Visual Studio 2019 version 16.1 is now available. You can download it from VisualStudio.com. Or, if you’re already on the preview channel, just click the notification bell from inside your Visual Studio 2019 Preview installation to update. This latest preview contains a range of additions, including IntelliCode support by default, various C++ productivity enhancements, and .NET tooling updates. We’ve highlighted some notable features below, and you can see a list of all the changes in the Preview release notes.