Any web, desktop, or mobile developer works with images often. You reference them from C#, HTML, XAML, CSS, C++, TypeScript, and even in code comments. Some images are local, and some exist online or on network shares, while others only exist as base64 encoded strings. We refer to them in numerous ways in code, but always as string values that...
Starting Visual Studio 2022 Preview 2 you can use "Force Run To Cursor". It is like "Run To Cursor," but you can keep your breakpoints and the debugger will skip over them until it reaches the line of code with the cursor. It will also skip any of the first-chance exceptions break conditions that may occur.
We're excited to announce that the first preview release of Visual Studio 2022 is ready to install! This is the first release of a 64-bit Visual Studio and we’d love for you to download it, try it out, and join us in shaping the next major release of Visual Studio with your feedback.
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. Developers using Xamarin Pair to Mac should also look at the ...
Visual Studio for Mac 2019 v8.1 is available today along with a new Preview for v8.2. Both releases bring exciting new features, performance improvements and additional capabilities to help you be code better, faster.
Check out what's new in the new Preview 2 release of Visual Studio 2019 16.2. Find out how to debug your ASP.NET (Core) web apps in the new Microsoft Edge Insider build, how to be more productive when you work with code in the IDE and how we make sure your Visual Studio installation makes the best out of your disk space
Visual Studio 2019 Release Candidate (RC) and Preview 4 are now available for download. Learn more about the new product channels in Visual Studio 2019 and how you can choose your path forward with the latest downloads.
I’m excited to announce the upcoming release of Visual Studio 2019 on April 2, 2019 at the Visual Studio 2019 Launch Event. Join us online starting at 9 AM Pacific Time for demos and conversations centered around development with Visual Studio 2019, Azure DevOps, and GitHub.
Visual Studio 2019 now supports per-monitor DPI awareness (PMA) across the IDE. PMA support means the IDE and more importantly, the code you work on appears crisp in any monitor display scale factor and DPI configuration, including across multiple monitors.
Visual Studio extensions can now be marked with a Preview label which is shown very clearly on the Visual Studio Marketplace. This gives your customers clear expectations that this version could contain issues as you are actively developing new features. Learn how to enable the Preview label here.