Microsoft has finally released the Visual Studio 2017. This article will provide you some aspects of the new version. The new version of visual studio has bring the support for the non-windows OS. Now you can build cloud & mobile applications for other two platforms (Linux & Mac).
Microsoft Visual Studio 2017
You will also get a free 60 days access to the Xamarin to learn coding. While you will download it from the official website. Probably this is helpful for all the students who are learning to code.
Finally the testing phase for the Visual studio is over & it is available for public. And the main features which has taken the limelight are support for Non-Windows Platform & second is cloud & mobile apps.
Furthermore 2017’s version is called as the most productive one & non-windows support will prove this. Therefore, it let the developers to build any application for any platform without switching to other technology. The mobile & cloud application development will be focused on platform independence.
What’s new in Microsoft Visual Studio 2017
The rundown & installation of Visual Studio 2017 is three times better than 2015’s version. Consequently CMake supports C++, Linux support for C++, real-time testing of code modules, Xamarin Forms Previewer, cloud connectivity, .NET Core, and DevOps among others.
Before the launch of Visual Studio 2017, there are many other announcement for the new version. A version of Visual Studio for Mac will be released, support for python was also announced but was not given in the released version.
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During the inauguration for the Visual Studio, there were many milestones that were counted by the Corporation. Finally , they have announced 5 million registered users of Visual Studio around the world. The members of Xamarin has also raised up to 1 Million after it was acquired.
Features of Microsoft Visual Studio 2017
Before ending this, I would like to tell you some features of Visual Studio 2017.
- Less Start & loading time.
- Better navigation.
- Visual C++
- Extended support for C# 7.0 and VB.
- Support for F# 4.1.
- Live Unit Testing
- Introduction of Git features.
- Enhanced Visual Studio Feedback Workflow
- .NET Core and ASP.NET Core libraries included.
- Xamarin 4.3 support
- NuGet support
- Azure SDK for .NET
- Office Developer Tools.
- Command Prompt for Developer.
- Better IDE & Installation Nicknames
If you like the article & you work on Visual Studio then these features must convinced you to download the latest version & tell us more about the same. We are waiting for your suggestions & feedback. Write us in the comment box. Thank You.