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DataTable Visualizer Improvements

Your favorite DataTable visualizer has now got a makeover with all new improvements coming in 17.4 Preview 2. The DataTable visualizers will now support sorting, filtering, exporting, and theming like IEnumerable visualizer.
 

The DataTable Visualizer allows you to view the contents of a DataTable,
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Visual Studio 2022 17.4 Preview 2

We have released Visual Studio 2022 17.4 Preview 2. In this post we’ll share details about features added since Preview 1. Feedback from developers like you during our preview cycle is so important for us to deliver a final product that meets your high expectations.
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It’s Finally Here. Bicep Is In Visual Studio!

In less than two years, Bicep’s VS Code extension has grown from zero users to more than 15 thousand a month. In addition to the Bicep extension’s success, millions of resources are now deployed with Bicep files via Azure CLI and Azure PowerShell.
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Adding Color To Bracket Pairs

When dealing with deeply nested brackets in Visual Studio, it can be hard to figure out which brackets match and which do not. For people with color blindness or other optic maladies, the problem can be even worse. By color-coding bracket pairs,
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Live Share: Enterprise Policies Are Here!

Securing your Visual Studio Live Share session has never been easier. Whether you’re looking to restrict access to only individuals in your organization or to disable read-write terminals, your organization can now configure policies for proper control and compliance.
Today, we invite organizations to explore everything Live Share has to offer,
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What’s New In Visual Studio 2022 17.4 Preview 1

We released Visual Studio 2022 17.4 Preview 1 last week alongside the 17.3 generally available release. In this post we’ll share details about some of the new capabilities in this preview and the focus of this release. Feedback from developers like you during our preview cycle is so important for us to deliver a final product that meets your high expectations.
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Git Line-staging Released!

We are excited to announce the release of Line-staging support in Visual Studio 2022. Line-staging, a.k.a. interactive staging, enables you to split your changed lines of code across different commits. Line-staging could also be utilized in reviewing your changes before committing them.
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Choosing A .NET Memory Profiler In Visual Studio – Part 1

Summary

Visual Studio provides two great tools for analyzing and diagnosing memory issues in .NET applications: the Memory Usage profiler and .NET Object Allocation Tracking tool. While both tools are useful, it may not be obvious for new user to know which one to use when.
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VisualStudio.Extensibility: A New Way To Write Extensions

Last year, we announced the first phase of a new extensibility model for Visual Studio.  This new model will make extensions easier to write and more reliable along with additional benefits such as being able to install these extensions without restarting the IDE. 
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Visual Studio For Mac 17.3 Is Now Available

Today we released Visual Studio for Mac v17.3. This release includes User Secrets support, several new code fixes, Apple Developer Accounts, adds Task Window and Regular Expressions dialog implemented in native UI, and fixes for top reported user issues. We’re also releasing our first preview of Visual Studio for Mac 17.4,
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Visual Studio 2022 17.3 Is Now Available!

We are happy to announce that Visual Studio 2022 17.3 has been released and is now generally available. At Microsoft, we thrive on getting feedback and experiences from those using Visual Studio and continually work to improve the product based on this feedback.
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Differentiating Visual Studio Instances

When you have multiple instances of Visual Studio open at the same time, it can be tricky to tell them apart. Especially if you’re working on different branches of the same solution, which makes them look almost identical. What if each instance could have a unique color so you could instantly tell them apart?
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IEnumerable Debugger Visualizer Improvements

In Visual Studio 17.3 Preview 3, we added a few highly requested improvements in IEnumerable visualizer like Filtering, Theming, and CSV export to enhance the visualizer experience further.

The .NET IEnumerable debugger visualizer is one of our most loved debugging features in recent times.
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Analysis Services And Reporting Services Extensions For Visual Studio 2022 Are Here!

We’re happy to announce the popular and long-awaited Analysis Services, RDLC Report Designer, and Reporting Services extensions are available for Visual Studio 2022!  Here’s how these Microsoft extensions for SQL Server can further enhance your business intelligence solution development environment.

SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS)

The Microsoft Analysis Services extension adds project templates and design tools to easily create tabular and multidimensional data models in SQL Server Analysis Services,
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VS2022 Performance Enhancements: Git Branch Switching

Have you experienced delays when switching between your Git branches in Visual Studio? Did you have to wait for your solution and projects to reload after switching between branches in a Git repository? We are happy to announce performance enhancements to the branch switching experience in Visual Studio 2022.
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Sneak Peek And Edit Your Code While You Search

Throughout Visual Studio 2022 Previews, we’ve been releasing a series of changes to the way you go about searching code in the IDE using the new All-In-One Search:
VS 2022 17.1 Preview 1: Indexed Find in Files

VS 2022 17.2 Preview 3: The New All-In-One Search

VS 2022 17.3 Preview 1: All-In-One Search UI Cleanup
Now,
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Listen Up, Visual Studio Has A New Feature You Need To Hear About!

Our accessibility journey in Visual Studio has taught us that developers love to customize their experiences to help them be productive. Some developers have been telling us that they want to use sound to help them understand what’s happening in their code.
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What’s New In Visual Studio: Make It Your Home

Visual Studio 2022 features an array of improvements during each major and minor release, and we know that you may not have a lot of time to find and try them after each update. We also heard from the developer community that you’d like an easy way to keep up with new Visual Studio capabilities that could be useful in your day-to-day work.
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Arm64 Visual Studio

We are excited to announce that the release of Visual Studio 2022 17.3 Preview 2 is now available as a native Arm64 application on Windows 11! This will be the first version of Visual Studio that will natively support building and debugging Arm64 apps on Arm-based processors.
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Visual Studio For Mac 17.3 Preview 2 Is Now Available

Today we release Visual Studio for Mac v17.3 Preview 2; focused on addressing top customer feedback from the Visual Studio for Mac v17.0 release. If you’re already using the Visual Studio for Mac Preview release, use the Visual Studio > Check for Updates… menu to update.
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New Profiler Feature In Visual Studio

Introducing the new File I/O tool 

We just launched a new profiling tool in Visual Studio 17.2 that helps you understand how you can optimize your File I/O operations to improve performance in your apps. If you’re trying to investigate and diagnose slow loading times,
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Improved Doc Management Personalization

Visual Studio 2022 allows you to personalize your IDE so you can code the way you want. We’ve added new document management capabilities so navigating tabs and organizing your workspace has become more flexible. Take a look at our other Personalization capabilities,
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Visual Studio At Microsoft Build 2022

This week we had Microsoft Build 2022 and there were some announcements made in Amanda Silver’s Theme session and multiple breakouts that are exciting for Visual Studio users, like you. We released the .NET Multi-platform App UI (a.k.a. .NET MAUI), announced Microsoft Dev Box,
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Introducing Private Preview Port Tunneling Visual Studio For ASP.NET Core Projects

In Visual Studio 2022 17.3 Preview 1.1 we added support to port tunneling (forwarding) to your ASP.NET Core web projects. Port tunneling enables connections between machines that cannot directly connect to each other. Port tunneling is also referred to as port forwarding,
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Visual Studio 2022 For Mac Is Now Available

Today, I’m thrilled to share the news of the general availability (GA) release of Visual Studio 2022 for Mac v17.0 and that it’s available to download now. This is the fastest Visual Studio for Mac version yet with an all new native macOS UI,
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All-In-One Search Is Getting Slicker

Since we first previewed a brand new way to search your code called the All-In-One Search with Visual Studio 17.2, we’ve been making updates to the UI to make it feel slicker and help you search your code faster! In 17.3,
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Visual Studio 2022 For Mac Release Candidate 2

Visual Studio 2022 for Mac 17.0 Release Candidate 2 is now available! In this release, we’ve focused on addressing top reported issues from the first release candidate. This work builds on top of earlier previews where we’ve moved the UI of the IDE to fully native macOS UI and migrated the IDE to run on top of .NET 6 (enabling native support of Apple’s M1 (arm64) processor).
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Visual Studio 2022 17.2 Is Now Available!

Today we are pleased to release Visual Studio 2022 17.2 as generally available. We want to acknowledge and thank all developers like you that continue to provide us valuable feedback on your experiences using Visual Studio 2022 for helping shape the product and be a part of our release!
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Update All Visual Studio Installations With A Single Click!

We are continuously improving the Visual Studio update experience so that it’s as easy and effortless as possible. Many of you take advantage of the side-by-side support for Visual Studio and have multiple versions of Visual Studio installed simultaneously. In 17.3 Preview 1,
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Visual Studio On An Ultra-wide Monitor

A growing number of Visual Studio customers use ultra-wide monitors today. Ultra-wide means wider than a traditional 16:9 widescreen display – usually 3440×1440 or larger resolution. They seem to be gaining popularity among developers and I’m curious how Visual Studio can use all this extra space.
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Case Study: Double Performance In Under 30 Minutes

Summary

Recently I was converting some decompression code to C# so that we could use it cross platform and to aid in our team’s effort to migrate our new analysis process to .NET 6. After I got the initial implementation done with the simplest,
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Visual Studio 2022 For Mac Release Candidate

On behalf of our whole team, I’m beyond excited to announce that the Visual Studio 2022 for Mac 17.0 Release Candidate (RC) is ready for you to download now and includes a go-live license that allows you to develop in production environments.
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View .NET Collections With The New IEnumerable Debugger Visualizer

While debugging .NET code, inspecting a large and complex collection object can be tedious and difficult. Hence, starting from Visual Studio 17.2. Preview 2, we are introducing a new Visualizer, which will help you view IEnumerable objects such as Arrays, List,
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Supercharge Your Git Experience In VS

Have you experienced delays when viewing your Git repository or branch history in Visual Studio? Have you run a network command like force-push and had to wait for the operation to complete? Your Git repository may be having performance issues due to its large size.
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Visual Studio 2022 For Mac Preview 9

Visual Studio 2022 for Mac 17.0 Preview 9 is now available! In this release, the focus is on addressing top reported issues from prior preview releases. This work builds on top of earlier previews where we’ve moved the UI of the IDE to fully native macOS UI and migrated the IDE to run on top of .NET 6 (enabling native support of Apple’s M1 (arm64) processor.
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CPU Usage Tool Improvements

 

With Visual Studio 2022, we have converted the CPU Usage tool in the Performance Profiler to the profiler’s new analysis engine. This new change provides the tool with better source resolution, incremental/cancelable symbol loading, a performance boost, and a new flame graph.
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Visual Studio 2022 For Mac Preview 8

Visual Studio 2022 for Mac 17.0 Preview 8 is now available! In this release, the focus is on addressing top reported issues from prior preview releases and driving forward to a high-quality GA (General Availability) release. This work builds on top of prior previews where we’ve moved the UI of the IDE to fully native macOS UI and migrated the IDE to run on top of .NET 6 (enabling native support of Apple’s M1 (arm64) processor.
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Suffer From Ctrl+S Fatigue? We Have A Feature For You

The idea of the “Integrated Development Experience” is a tool that brings all the systems a developer needs to develop their application into a single place. Coding, debugging, publishing, profiling… these are all tools that Visual Studio brings to our developers.
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Live Unit Testing Preview: Better And Faster

Live Unit Testing is the automatic test running feature in Visual Studio Enterprise. As you make code changes, Live Unit Testing detects what tests are impacted and runs them in the background. This way you always know if the tests covering a certain line of code are passing or failing.
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Visual Studio 2022 For Mac Preview 7

Visual Studio 2022 for Mac 17.0 Preview 7 is here and continues our focus on addressing top issues and driving forward to a high-quality GA (general availability) release. In addition to many fixes, this release brings back Xamarin mobile tooling as a supported experience and introduces Azure Functions V4 tooling which supports running on .NET 6 &
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Happy 25th Birthday Visual Studio!

It’s now been 25 years since the first release of Visual Studio in 1997 and such a big milestone deserves a proper celebration. The Visual Studio 25th Anniversary Event kicks off at 9 AM Pacific Time on Thursday, March 17, with exclusive content and exciting reveals all day long.
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Edge Developer Tools For Visual Studio (Preview)

When developing web apps, it’s common to use the browser developer tools to perform various tasks like; modifying the CSS, inspecting network traffic, etc. Because the browser is disconnected from the IDE, if you make changes to the running application in the browser,
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Line-staging (interactive Staging)

Line-staging support, a.k.a. interactive staging is one of our most popular Git suggestion tickets. Visual Studio already supports staging files and now we are taking that to the next level by making it possible to stage chunks of changes in your files right from the editor.
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Visual Studio 2022 For Mac Preview 6

It’s February, and time for another Visual Studio 2022 for Mac Preview release! Today we’re sharing Visual Studio 2022 for Mac Preview 6, which focuses on addressing top issues from the January 25th Preview 5 release as well as continuing the move of the IDE to native macOS UI.
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Typing Less, Coding More: How We Delivered IntelliCode Whole Line Completions With A Transformer Model

Introduction

Great code completions make you more productive while composing your code. Visual Studio 2022 now automatically completes C# code up to a whole line at a time, using a rich knowledge of your coding context. We have also released the IntelliCode Completions extension in Visual Studio Code (VSCode) to speed up coding in Python/TypeScript/JavaScript.
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Visual Studio 2022 17.1 Is Now Available!

Today, Visual Studio 2022 17.1 graduates from preview and reaches general availability. Feedback from developers like you have helped us shape and refine Visual Studio 17.1 through its preview cycle and we’d like to thank you for your part in Visual Studio’s journey.
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Support Ends For Older Versions Of Visual Studio

We want to keep you secure when using Visual Studio. If you’re using an older version of Visual Studio, we have several reminders about upcoming events in the Visual Studio support lifecycle.
Visual Studio 2012: support ends on January 9, 2023 for the IDE and its associated products,
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Azure DevOps Requires TLS 1.2 On All Connections Including Visual Studio

Starting Monday January 31st, Azure DevOps will no longer accept connections coming over TLS 1.0 and 1.1 due to security vulnerabilities in those protocols. Developers have increasingly become the target of hackers and these protocols have known security vulnerabilities not specific to Microsoft’s implementation.
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Code Search In Visual Studio 2022 Is About To Get Much Faster

Visual Studio 2022 Find in Files is already more than 2x faster for 95% of searches compared to Visual Studio 2019. We wanted to make code search even better. I am excited to announce that Visual Studio 2022 17.1 Preview 3 introduces indexed Find in Files to make your search experience even faster!
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Visual Studio 2022 For Mac Preview 5

Today, we released Visual Studio 2022 for Mac Preview 5, marking the first Visual Studio for Mac release running on .NET 6 and natively on Apple’s M1 (ARM-based) processor. This change has resulted in some immediate performance wins and lays the foundation for the team to innovate more rapidly in the future.
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Bringing Code Cleanup On Save To Visual Studio 2022 17.1 Preview 2

Starting in Visual Studio 2022 17.1 Preview 2, developers can now perform Code Cleanup automatically when a file is being saved! Code Cleanup automatically on Save is a new feature integrated into Visual Studio 2022 that can clean up your code file to make sure it is formatted correctly and that your coding style preferences are applied.
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Introducing New Git Features To Visual Studio 2022

We continue to enhance the Git experience in Visual Studio, and we are excited to announce some long-awaited updates in version 17.1 Preview 2. Download the latest Visual Studio Preview and check out the following new Git features.
New Git features

Description
Compare branches

Compare your checked out branch with any local or remote branch.
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Integrated Chat In Live Share For Visual Studio 2022

The world thinks that software development is an individual sport, where a developer sits in a dark room and writes magical lines of numbers of letters to make things work. The truth couldn’t be further from that image. I think of it more like a Formula1 type of race with periods of acceleration,
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Visual Studio 17.1 Preview 2 Is Now Available!

Today, we’re releasing Visual Studio 2022 17.1 Preview 2. We’ve continued to iterate on the themes of the Visual Studio 2022 release and have enhanced existing features, brought new productivity improvements, and made it easier for you to make Visual Studio your own.
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Your Visual Studio Dashboard

I keep thinking about a tweet that said you should tackle challenging problems and do everything you can to maximize time well spent, so your ecosystem doesn’t have to. 

Because once you’re distracted, it can be challenging to get back into the flow of writing code.
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Test Tools For .NET And Cross-platform Apps

There are a few new goodies added to your everyday test tools that I hope will improve your test inner loop! To familiarize yourself with these new features you can see them in action in the Visual Studio Tips and Tricks video on Testing or keep reading!
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We’re Upgrading Visual Studio’s Feedback! 

Visual Studio is a customer driven tool, our team is dedicated to exploring and learning what challenges you may be facing so we can help. To provide the highest quality of feedback we are upgrading our system, which means older versions of Visual Studio will no longer be compatible to provide feedback.
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Visual Studio 2022 For Mac Preview 4

Visual Studio 2022 for Mac Preview 4 release is here, and continues our move of the IDE to fully native macOS UI, fixes many top issues, and introduces new experiences for laying out your windows and searching your source.

You can read all about the latest changes in the release notes.
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What’s New In .NET Productivity With Visual Studio 2022

With the release of Visual Studio 2022 the Roslyn team continues to enhance your .NET developer productivity with the latest tooling improvements.

In this post I’ll cover the following .NET productivity enhancements:
Source Link navigation

Stack Trace Explorer

Naming styles in the EditorConfig UI

Sync namespaces from Solution Explorer

IntelliSense completion for await

New code fixes and refactorings
Navigation and code exploration

Navigating and exploring code is an integral part of developer productivity.
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Become A Master At Git And Open Source 

Have you ever wondered how to manage your code better but never had the time to learn about Git and version control? Maybe you are the only one working on your code and thought that Git is only good for collaboration?
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VS 2022 Launch Recap: Extensibility

The recent Visual Studio 2022 Launch event was jam-packed with content, and that included updates on extensibility!  If you missed out on the live event, no worries because every talk is available in two complete playlists:
Visual Studio 2022 Launch Event playlist

Visual Studio 2022 Tips &
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How Can We Improve Extensibility In Visual Studio?

We are working on exciting, major updates to how extensions are written and used in Visual Studio, and it’s a long road to completing them.  In the meantime, we’d love your ideas on what we can do in the more immediate future to improve how you use or write extensions. 
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Introducing The New Razor Editor In Visual Studio 2022

With the release of Visual Studio 2022 you can now use the new Razor editor for local ASP.NET Core development with MVC, Razor Pages, and Blazor.

Benefits of moving to a Razor Language Server Protocol

We have been working for some time on a new Razor editor for ASP.NET Core projects based on a Language Server Protocol (LSP).
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