April 2, 2019! Visual Studio 2019 is out. Amazing news. What to expect? A lot of things. I hope you can take some time and check by yourself. Among other things, we will have support for:
- Improved IntelliSense performance for C++ files
- Local development with many common emulators
- Simplified test access in Solution Explorer
- Git management and repo creation in the IDE
- Kubernetes support now included in Microsoft Azure workload
Also, as usual, there is version for MAC available here.
If you want to learn about the Visual Studio IDE, check this out.
– DEVELOP –
Make quick improvements to your code using lightbulbs that suggest actions such as renaming a function or adding a parameter.
For Develop features including context navigation, refactoring, etc are available here.
– ANALYZE –CodeLens helps you easily find important insight such as what changes have been made to your code, the impact of those changes, and whether your method has been unit tested. See references, authors, tests, commit history, and other essential information at a glance.
Check all Analyze features here.
– DEBUGGING –
You can debug cross-language, on any platform and with fine-grained control. Check all Debugging features here.
– TEST –
Easily navigate and organize your test suite so you can analyze how much code you’re testing and see results instantly. Check all Debugging features here.
– COLLABORATE –
Lead your team with quick and natural collaboration using Live Share to edit and debug together in real time, no matter the language or platform. Check all Debugging features here.
– DEPLOY –
Build for the Cloud, get up and running quickly using templates for common application types and local Azure emulators–no need for an Azure account. Check all Debugging features here.