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Speed up your .NET and C++ development with Hot Reload in Visual Studio 2022

With the recent release of Visual Studio 2022 Preview 2 we’d like to use this blog post to dive deeper into the brand-new Hot Reload experience which works for both managed .NET and newly supported native C++ apps.

With Hot Reload our goal is to save you as many app restarts between edits as possible,
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Join the Visual Studio 2022 for Mac Private Preview

Today we’re inviting you to try out Visual Studio 2022 for Mac as we share our first private preview release. This is the first release of our .NET IDE with a refreshed, fully native macOS UI. We’d love for you to download it,
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Design your Web Forms apps with Web Live Preview in Visual Studio 2022

In Visual Studio 2022 Preview 2, we have introduced a new designer for Web Forms projects that is powered by Web Live Preview. In this post we will go over how you can use the new Web Forms designer as well as other features provided by Web Live Preview.
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Debug code with force run to cursor

Have you ever had an experience when breakpoints in your application cause some disruption in your debugging, because you may need to test your updated code or focus on another area that does not need those break conditions? For these scenarios,
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Visual Studio 2022 Preview 2 is out!

We’re excited to announce the second preview release of Visual Studio 2022! Preview 1 was the first-ever 64-bit Visual Studio, delivering improved scalability. Starting with Preview 2, we’re focusing on delivering new capabilities on the themes of personal and team productivity,
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.NET Object Allocation Tool Performance

With the release of Visual Studio 16.10 comes a new analysis engine for the Performance Profiler, with the .NET Object Allocation Tool being the first tool to be onboarded. This provides the tool with some new features and a significant perf boost.
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Let’s make Visual Studio even more accessible together.

When I started leading the drive for accessibility in Visual Studio five years ago, I really didn’t understand the magnitude of what that meant. In all honesty, I hadn’t really thought about accessibility as more than keyboard and screen reader, but we’ve come to learn that it’s a lot more than that.
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Gain +10 Debugging for Unity with Visual Studio

So you’re ready to level up your debugging skills with Unity and Visual Studio? Check out our new video series in this playlist: Beginner Series: Intro to Visual Studio Tooling for Unity. This series focuses on common Unity troubleshooting scenarios and how you can use Visual Studio to find and fix them.
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Visual Studio 2022 Preview 1 now available!

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.
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Type less, code more with IntelliCode completions

In Visual Studio 2022 Preview 1 you can automatically complete code, up to a whole line at a time!

Check out the video to see what it can do; it shows writing real code from a controller of the ASP.NET eShopOnWeb reference application.
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Visual Studio 2019 16.11 Preview 2

Visual Studio 2019 16.11 preview 2 is available today! Version 16.11 focuses on enhancing the stability and security of Visual Studio 2019. For features included in this release see the 16.11 Preview 1 blog post or check out the release notes.
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Learn What’s New in .NET Productivity

The .NET Productivity team (aka. Roslyn) continues to enhance your developer productivity with the latest tooling updates in Visual Studio 2019. In the last release, we listened to your feedback and have been hard at work improving the .NET developer experience.
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Build apps for Microsoft Teams with .NET

We recently announced updates to the Teams Toolkit – a streamlined way to create, debug, and deploy apps to Microsoft Teams. In this post, we’re taking a closer look at how to get started developing a new Microsoft Teams app with .NET and Blazor using the Teams Toolkit extension for Visual Studio 2019 that’s in early Preview.
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Visual Studio 2019 for Mac version 8.10 is now available

Visual Studio 2019 for Mac version 8.10 is available today! This release includes support for .NET 6 Preview 4, updated dialogs written using native macOS Cocoa, and performance improvements for solution load and project build.

Visual Studio for Mac version 8.10 is available for you to download today.
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Visual Studio 2019 v16.10 and v16.11 Preview 1 are Available Today!

What’s new in Visual Studio 2019 v16.10?

We are excited to announce the release of Visual Studio 2019 v16.10 GA and v16.11 preview 1. This release makes our theme of developer productivity and convenience Generally Available to Visual Studio users! We’ve added C++20 features,
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Developing on a M1 Mac with Visual Studio for Mac

Hi! We recently posted about how Visual Studio for Mac is supporting Apple Silicon / M1 architecture through the Rosetta translation layer starting in version 8.9, and we’re working towards native support. We’ve been using and testing with M1 Macs, but it’s always great to hear how .NET and Visual Studio for Mac are working for our customers in the real world.
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The Visual Studio family welcomes you at Microsoft Build 2021

Come join us at Microsoft Build, our largest developer conference, to explore what’s new in tech. This year, Build will be kicking off at 8:00 AM Pacific Time on Tuesday, May 25, 2021 (see in your time zone).You can expect an event packed with exciting product announcements,
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Visual Studio 2022

All of our product development begins and ends with you—whether you posted on Developer Community, filled out a survey, sent us feedback, or took part in a customer study, thank you for helping to continue to steer the product roadmap for Visual Studio.
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Managed Memory Dump Analyzers

For problems that do not manifest in logs or that you cannot investigate by debugging locally you might attempt to capture a diagnostics artifact, like a memory dump, while the issue is active in your production environment. However, upon talking to developers and support engineers we know that memory analysis can be time consuming,
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Visual Studio 2019 v16.10 Preview 2 Releases Today

We are excited to announce the release of Visual Studio v16.10 preview 2. This release continues a theme of developer productivity and convenience. We’ve added C++20 ranges, IntelliSense completions, and new features for testing, Docker tooling enhancements, and Git integration!

Download the latest Visual Studio preview release to try the new features in 16.10.
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Enhanced Productivity with Git in Visual Studio

We continue to enhance the Git experience in Visual Studio and are excited to announce some long-awaited updates in version 16.10 Preview 2. You can download the latest Preview and run it right alongside your main release, leaving your production installation undisturbed.
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Introducing Visual Studio Administrator Updates

During the month of April 2021, Visual Studio will start publishing administrator updates to Visual Studio 2017 and Visual Studio 2019 via Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) and the Microsoft Update Catalog. Enterprises will be able to then use standard deployment tools like Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager to easily roll out these updates throughout their organization.
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Performance Improvements in NuGet

With each new release of Visual Studio comes a plethora of performance improvements when restoring NuGet packages, managing project dependencies, and browsing for the next great package to include in your solution.
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Angular Language Service for Visual Studio Update

Last August, the JavaScript/TypeScript tools team released the Angular Language Service for Visual Studio customers. We wanted to appeal to the many ASP.NET/ASP.NET Core users that are building their front-end projects with Angular. Though there was a lot of praise around this extension, 
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What’s new with GitHub Actions tooling in Visual Studio

In a previous post, using GitHub Actions in Visual Studio is as easy as right-click and Publish, we announced the efforts we added to Visual Studio extending our Publish experiences to introduce and assist customers into a repeatable, predictable continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) environment using GitHub Actions.
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Visual Studio 2019 for Mac version 8.9 is now available

We’re excited to announce that Visual Studio 2019 for Mac version 8.9 is available for you to download today. This release includes support for .NET 6 Preview 1, testing support for Unity applications, a preview of a new Quick Actions and Refactorings dialog,
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Frictionless repeated edits: IntelliCode suggestions in completion list

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 locations where the same edit applies,
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New Dynamic Instrumentation Profiling for .NET

With the release of version 16.9 of Visual Studio, instrumentation profiling in Visual Studio just got better. Introducing our new dynamic instrumentation tool. This tool shows the exact number of times your functions are called and is faster than our previous static instrumentation tool.
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Intelligent Visual Studio Search Service

In Visual Studio (VS) 2019 v16.0 release, the Visual Studio Search shortcut Ctrl+Q, as shown in the screenshot below, was introduced as a Quick Launch for VS feature searches and expanded in v16.3 to support code searches.  With millions of developers using the VS IDE, 
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Visual Studio 2019 v16.9 and v16.10 Preview 1 are Available Today!

Whenever there is a conference such as Microsoft Ignite, there is a tangible excitement throughout our internal teams. We look forward to discovering what new, exciting products, product features, and educational opportunities are available for our customers. Carrying this excitement forward,
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[Guest Post] Better refactoring for Unity projects using .NET analyzers

This post was authored by guest blogger Shreya Pandit, an intern on the Visual Studio Tools for Unity team and published by the team on her behalf.

My name is Shreya Pandit, and I am an undergraduate student majoring in Computer Science and Cognitive Science at MIT.
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Working with large .NET 5 solutions in Visual Studio 2019 16.8

With the release of .NET 5, migration of solutions from .NET Framework has increased. In particular, we have started to see very large solutions being moved. To ensure this experience is as good as possible, we have been working on optimizing Visual Studio to handle solutions that contain large numbers of .NET 5 and .NET Core projects.
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New experience for sending us your feedback

We’ve been working to improve the Developer Community for providing feedback about Visual Studio. Last summer, we updated to a more flexible browser-based mechanism for sending feedback. Now we’re upgrading the rest of the Developer Community website. We’ve listened to your feedback and addressed almost half of all feature requests for Developer Community made over the years.
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Visual Studio 2019 v16.9 Preview 3 is Available Today

First of all, Happy New Year! We hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable time ushering in 2021. As a team, we are looking ahead with strong optimism for what is coming this year. While we work on planning our next series of releases,
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A more integrated terminal experience

As part of the new additions of the Visual Studio 2019 v16.8 release, and thanks to your feedback, we have added a couple new tricks to the integrated terminal! It now allows you to open a new terminal to a location based on your Solution Explorer selection and provides customizable commands for copy and paste.
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[Guest Post] Visual Studio for Mac Helps You Write Tests

You’re writing tests for your code, right? No? Just say ‘yes’. It’ll make this blog post go a lot easier. So anyway, I’m happy to hear that you’re writing tests for all your code. Whether you’re following the “test first” / Test-Driven Development (TDD) approach or whether you’re just writing some unit tests or integration tests,
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[Guest post] Our Head First C# Contest Got Some Truly Creative Entries

This post was authored by guest blogger Andrew Stellman, author of the Head First C# book series, and published by the Visual Studio for Mac team on his behalf.

We got some great projects from the Head First C# contest!

In my last guest post on the Visual Studio blog,
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Visual Studio 2019 v16.9 Preview 2 and New Year Wishes Coming to You!

As we quickly move towards the end of this unpredictable year, our team is delivering at least one more set of features your way in 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.
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[Guest post] Learn C# with Visual Studio, Visual Studio for Mac, and Unity (and win a free book!)

This post was authored by guest blogger Andrew Stellman, author of the Head First C# book series, and published by the Visual Studio for Mac team on his behalf.

Visual Studio is an amazing development tool. But Visual Studio and Visual Studio for Mac are more than just intuitive,
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GitHub accounts are now integrated into Visual Studio 2019

We are happy to announce that Visual Studio 2019 now offers a fully integrated GitHub account experience. Starting with version 16.8, you’ll be able to add both GitHub and GitHub Enterprise accounts directly from Visual Studio. The new functionality allows you to add and leverage them just as you do with Microsoft accounts,
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Announcing the Release of the Git Experience in Visual Studio

We’re excited to announce that our new Git tooling is now the default source control experience in Visual Studio 2019, beginning with version 16.8. We’ve been working on this experience over the last year, iterating based on your feedback to build out key features,
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Make your repeated edits faster and more accurate with IntelliCode suggestions

Making repeated editing changes in your code is tedious and error prone. In Visual Studio 2019 version 16.7 introduced IntelliCode suggestions. IntelliCode suggestion helps speed you along, tracks your edits locally, detects repetition, and applies edits to your code. We now provide better tailored suggestions and add the ability to review and apply multiple suggestions at once – check out the video below:

Apply all suggestions

You can now use apply all to review and apply all edits at once.
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Visual Studio 2019 for Mac version 8.8 is now available

Visual Studio 2019 for Mac version 8.8 is available today! We’ve added support for developing applications with .NET 5 and debugging Blazor WebAssembly applications and included several improvements for Xamarin developers, including Xamarin.Forms 5.0 Preview support.

Visual Studio for Mac version 8.8 is available for you to download today.
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Visual Studio 2019 v16.8 and v16.9 Preview 1 Release Today

Today the Visual Studio team is proud to announce the release of Visual Studio 2019 v16.8 and v16.9 Preview 1. These releases have several notable features from the teams improving Git Productivity, C++, IntelliCode, .NET, XAML, and Web Tools. In addition,
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A more secure GitHub Experience

As the next step in the journey towards a more secure GitHub experience, beginning November 13th, GitHub and Visual Studio will no longer accept account passwords when authenticating with the REST API and will instead require using token-based authentication (e.g., personal access or OAuth),
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The Future of Visual Studio Extensions

With new improvements and additions such as GitHub Codespaces, Git Integrations, and IntelliCode Team Completions, Visual Studio has expanded to make development easier, more customizable, and accessible from any machine.  As we continue evolving Visual Studio, what about extensions?!  While still early in the design phase,
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Get more done with search in Visual Studio

Over the years, the Search feature in Visual Studio has gotten faster and more capable. You might have missed some of the things it can do to help you be more productive and get the most out of Visual Studio. So,
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Cross Platform Managed Memory Dump Debugging

I am really happy to announce that with the release of Visual Studio 16.8 Preview 3 you now have the ability to open and analyze managed dumps collected on Linux and use the best in class debugging tools available in Visual Studio.
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New Features in Visual Studio 2019 v16.8 Preview 3.1

In conjunction with Ignite 2020, we are releasing Visual Studio 2019 v16.8 Preview 3.1. Our events always bring an excitement to our team as we launch new functionality to our product. In this release, we are giving you access to improvements in Git Integration,
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Bridge to Kubernetes GA

We are super excited to announce General Availability of Bridge to Kubernetes. 

Formerly known as Local Process with Kubernetes, Bridge to Kubernetes is an iterative development tool offered in Visual Studio and VS Code that allows developers to write, test and debug microservice code on their development workstations while consuming dependencies and inheriting existing configuration from a Kubernetes environment. 
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Disassembly improvements for optimized managed debugging

If you are focused on squeezing out the last bits of performance for your .NET service or application, you might choose to take advantage of JIT compiler optimizations. However, debugging optimized code can be a challenge. In this blog I’ll show you how the Disassembly Window,
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Visual Studio Codespaces is consolidating into GitHub Codespaces

At the last Ignite, we announced the public preview of Visual Studio Codespaces and shared our vision for cloud-powered development environments that would enable developers to work from anywhere and on any platform. Since then, we’ve seen incredible validation and excitement about codespaces and the scenarios they enable.
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Visual Studio 2019 v16.8 Preview 2 Releases New Features Today!

 

New features in Git Integration, .NET Productivity, Web Tools, and Xamarin are releasing in Visual Studio 2019 v16.8 Preview 2. Each of our teams continue to work hard to delight our developers. For this reason, Preview releases are some of the most exciting for us as we wait to hear how our newest features impact your work.
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Overhauling the Visual Studio feedback system

During the summer, we refreshed the experience for sending feedback on Visual Studio. It marks the first in a long row of changes coming to the Visual Studio feedback system. The result will be a more engaging experience that is also faster and more user friendly.
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The making of Visual Studio IntelliCode’s first deep learning model: a research journey

Introduction

Since the first IntelliCode code completion model was shipped in Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code in 2018, it has become an essential coding assistant for millions of developers around the world. In the past two years, we have been working tirelessly to enable IntelliCode for more programming languages and, 
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Live coding Visual Studio extensions

Writing extension for Visual Studio can be a challenging affair. It also happens to be extremely satisfying and a lot of fun. But even with our getting-started guidance, there is still a lot to learn, explore, and keeping up with. After 10 years and over 130 extensions,
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Use Visual Studio in Presentation Mode

Have you ever seen a presentation using Visual Studio, but had a hard time seeing the too-small fonts in the editor, Solution Explorer and menu system? How about all the custom extensions and themes the presenter used, making it harder to figure out what exactly was going on?
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Making repeated edits easier with IntelliCode suggestions

What if your developer tools could track your edits and learn while you are making changes? What if they could offer to do remaining edits for you?

Your repeated edit experience is now enhanced by IntelliCode suggestions in Visual Studio 2019 16.7.
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Angular Language Service for Visual Studio   

Great news everyone: The Angular Language Service is coming to Visual Studio!
For those who don’t know, the Angular team has done a lot of great work on powering up the editing experience for Angular using something called the Angular Language Service.
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Visual Studio 2019 for Mac version 8.7 is now available

Visual Studio 2019 for Mac version 8.7 is available today and includes support for gRPC / OpenAPI client generation and improved unit testing integration. Additionally, it includes several improvements for Xamarin developers, including Xamarin.Forms 4.8 Support. This release also includes initial support for macOS Big Sur,
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Visual Studio 2019 v16.7 and v16.8 Preview 1 Release Today!

Today we are excited to announce the release of Visual Studio 2019 version 16.7 and Visual Studio 2019 version 16.8 Preview 1.  Each of these releases have features we have been working hard to deliver.  Install version 16.7 to start using our highlight improvements.
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Database Profiling with Visual Studio

Have you ever been tasked with diagnosing a slow performing web application and suspected the database was to blame? Looking into your database tier requires specific tools, now you can quickly and easily investigate using the database profiling tool in Visual Studio’s Performance Explorer!
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Viewing Managed COM Objects Through Native Pointers

If you are a developer who is curating a successful .NET project using COM interop, then our latest preview of Visual Studio is for you (Download 16.7 Preview 3). This feature automatically decodes managed COM objects referenced by native pointers allowing you to fully inspect values in the Locals Window.
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