Have you ever accidentally shipped a log statement to production? Are you tired of cleaning up log statements while debugging? The tool to solve your problems has been here all along!
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,
While we know that many of you enjoy, and rely on the Visual Studio Command Prompt, some of you told us that you would prefer to have a PowerShell version of the tool. We are happy to share that in Visual Studio 2019 version 16.2,
Visual Studio version 16.3 Preview 2 and Visual Studio for Mac version 8.3 Preview 2 are available. Because many of the features in this release are a response to Developer Community feedback, we are excited to share our changes. First of all,
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 IntelliCode is now generally available and we're offering a sneak peek of an up and coming feature.
Last week, we released Visual Studio 2019 version 16.1 Preview 2. If you have the latest update – awesome and thank you. If not, you can download it from the link above. Or, if you already have the Preview, just click the notification bell inside Visual Studio to update.
Learn how to get Visual Studio IntelliCode to make recommendations based on patterns it finds in your own code in 3 simple steps.
In previous versions of Visual Studio, the work item experience was centered around queries, which need to be created and managed to find the right work items. In Visual Studio 2019, we have removed queries and added a new view for work items centered at the developer. This allows the developer to quickly find the work they need and associate them to their pending changes. Removing the need for queries.