We just published our vision for GitHub accessibility at accessibility.github.com. Here’s the TL;DR: the prime directive of the GitHub accessibility program is to empower people with disabilities to build cool technology.
Administrators, or enterprise owners, have the increased responsibility of managing their account and keeping it secure. We are excited to introduce what is new with enterprise accounts and what is coming soon.
Available today in the 17.4 public release, Visual Studio has revamped its ESLint support! The new linting experience includes:
Quick actions and fixes,
Visual Studio is a rich IDE that provides an abundant collection of tools and functionality for developers to use in every stage of software development. As we all know, technologies change over time, some faster than others; consequently, certain components that are initially included with Visual Studio may go out of support faster than the IDE itself.
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In this video, you'll learn discover how to use Photoshop's Object Selection tool to quickly select objects and regions within a photograph as well as learn tips and shortcuts for customizing overlay options, choosing selection modes, using the Mask Al...
What do you like most about our product?Why did you choose us over our competitors?How easy is our product to use?What is the one thing you wish the product could do that it doesn’t already?What is the most...
Where to Find the PSF OnlineOne of the main ways we reach people for news and information about the PSF and Python is Twitter. There’s been a lot of uncertainty around that platform recently, so we wanted to share a brief round up of other places you c...
This post will concentrate on everything new, cool, trendy, and useful around the integrated Web Live Preview tool in Visual Studio 2022.
More than 17 years ago, when I started my dev career with ASP.NET Web Forms as part of an ASP.NET development team,
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Whether you’re looking to pursue a career in design or photography, or you want to learn the tools to enhance your own image making, this Photoshop course is for you! You'll master the three most essential aspects of Photoshop: layers, selections, and ...
I am excited to share the news that .NET Multi-platform App UI (.NET MAUI) is now available in Visual Studio for Mac! .NET MAUI tooling shipped in the 17.4 preview Visual Studio for Mac release in August, and then on November 8th we shipped the general availability of .NET MAUI tooling in the 17.4 stable release.
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With the end of the year fast approaching, the WordPress project has not slowed down. Read on to learn more about the latest major release, WordPress 6.1, and the State of the Word 2022 live event, among other exciting news.
We chat with a Platform Engineer and Reality Labs Advocate about the expanding toolkit available for crafting virtual reality experiences.
The post Here’s what it’s like to develop VR at Meta (Ep. 508) appeared first on Stack Overflow Blog.
Every new Visual Studio release includes new performance improvements that make the product faster and more responsive. 17.4 has some significant improvements across common scenarios like Find in Files, Branch switching, configuration changes, unit testing, C++ indexing and file saving. We use product telemetry from our GA releases to set baselines,
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SPONSORED BY PLURALSIGHT Early in the days of high-traffic web pages and apps, any engineer operating the infrastructure would have a server room where one or more machines served that app to the world. They named their servers lovingly, took pictures, and watched them grow. The servers were pets. But since the rise of public…
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Join the WordPress project leaders for State of the Word 2022 in New York City on December 15, 2022. Also live-streamed on social media, you will hear about the WordPress project, open source, and more in this annual event.
Building a winning team goes far beyond the playing field. While the thrill of victory often plays out on the pitch, the fundamentals that lead to success on the field can also be applied to your growing business. In today’s world of digital acce...
What if you could bake a payment mechanism into the DNA of an open source package manager?
The post The creator of Homebrew has a plan to get open source contributors paid (Ep. 506) appeared first on Stack Overflow Blog.
IT Administrators often want to control, via group policy, certain aspects of Visual Studio behavior to achieve consistency, compliance, and compatibility across their organizations.
One challenge has been that there was no easy way to discover what global policies exist for Visual Studio.
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Prompting for a username and password is so 2005. Today, you can just prompt for a fingerprint.
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With a surge of customers flooding online storefronts over Cyber Weekend, your eCommerce site could be poised for a huge holiday season, especially if it’s ready for an uptick in customer activity. But beyond higher traffic and transactions, Cybe...
Do you want to disable the default WordPress sitemap on your website? The default sitemap feature was introduced in WordPress 5.5, and it enables WordPress to publish XML sitemaps for your website automatically. The challenge is that this feature is lacking advanced WordPress SEO features… Read More »
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WordPress 6.1.1 is now available for download. This maintenance release features several updates since the release of WordPress 6.1 on 01 November 2022. You can review a summary of the key changes in this release by visiting WordPress.org/news.
Reading code is a hugely important task for developers. That’s why we built GitHub’s new code search—to help developers search, navigate, and understand code written by them, their team, and the world.
Did you know that optimizing your images before uploading to WordPress can have a huge impact on your website speed? When starting a new blog, many beginners simply upload images without optimizing them for the web. These large image files make your website slower. You… Read More »
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At Microsoft, we take our commitment to creating a safe, inclusive work environment for all employees very seriously. In keeping with this commitment, today we are announcing new steps to prevent discrimination and harassment, following a 2021 proposal...
In a previous blog post we introduced the private preview for port forwarding in Visual Studio, this support has now been renamed to “dev tunnels” and is now in public preview. The main difference between the private preview and the public preview is that you no longer need to sign-up,
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Today, I am honored to kick off our inaugural Marketplace Summit. For the first time, we are welcoming thousands of independent software vendors (ISVs) and Software as a service (SaaS) providers as we broadcast live from Microsoft Studios to share how ...