As a developer you make repetitive changes to your code all the time. In many cases you don't even realize that you are doing a repetitive task or that Visual Studio IntelliCode suggestions can help you. IntelliCode suggestions can already do the edit and find other location where the same edit applies, making your life easier!
In v16.9 Visual Studio release, we introduce the AI-powered Visual Studio Search service, which is integrated into the shortcut Ctrl+Q for intelligent Visual Studio feature searches. This blog post introduces the system architecture in high level details, including the core Azure services that we built and leveraged.
Visual Studio 2019 v16.9 Preview 2! Our C++, .NET, and Xamarin Forms teams have been hard at work to deliver some great new functionality. This includes improvements in IntelliSense, binding properties, and using directives. Check out this latest release to give our features a try.
After leveraging technologies like Azure Machine Learning and ONNX Runtime, IntelliCode has successfully shipped the first deep learning model for all the IntelliCode Python users in Visual Studio Code. This blogpost gives a detailed account of the journey from research to model deployment.
As of Visual Studio 2019 16.7, your repeated edit experience can now be enhanced by IntelliCode suggestions. IntelliCode spots repetitions and suggests other places in your code where you could apply that same change.
Announcing the release of Visual Studio 2019 version 16.7 and Visual Studio 2019 version 16.8 Preview 1. Both versions include additional Git integration, .NET Productivity improvements, WPF additions, and C++ improvements.
Introducing the Visual Studio IntelliCode GitHub Action for Team Completions, teams can share and automate code completions easily!
Visual Studio IntelliCode automates training a Team Completions model as part of your CI workflow to provide in-line completion suggestions based on your own types in C# and C++.