Microsoft Launches Visual Studio 2017
Hello developers, this is indeed good news for you! The up-to-date version of Visual Studio 2017 is now ready for a download.
With new features such as live dependency validation, help drive DevOps (that were earlier in the development process), are stuffs to check out. Prevalent features like IntelliSense, code navigation, refactoring and code fixes helps to save your time and effort, irrespective of the language or the platform.
Narendra Bhandari, General Manager, DX, Developer eXperience, Microsoft India stated, “Visual Studio 2017 delivers a great cloud and mobile development experience, boosts DevOps capabilities to drive higher levels of collaboration and productivity for developers.”
Find and fix bugs:
The entire debugging and test experience has been enhanced to help you find and fix problems at the earliest. Exception Helpers, Live Unit Testing and Run to Click secure your ‘DevOps’ loop by instantly exposing the source of new bugs.
Deliver quality mobile-Apps
Visual Studio 2017 with its Xamarin’s advanced debugging, profiling tools, and unit test generation features, makes it easier and quicker for developers to build, connect and tune mobile Apps for Android, iOS, and Windows platforms. One can also develop mobile Apps with Apache Cordova or build C++ cross platform libraries.
Progressive language features
Deliver software faster
Xamarin Test Recorder, together with the Xamarin test cloud allows you to investigate on thousands of physical devices from within the IDE. The new Visual Studio 2017 deliver software to any targeted platform. Extend DevOps processes to SQL Server through Redgate integration and safely automate database deployments from Visual Studio.
Enjoy complimentary access to training from top partners, including Pluralsight and Opsgility exclusively for Enterprise and Professional customers. You can also gain an access to the software licenses from select partners such as Parallels and SyncFusion.
March 7, marked the launch of Visual Studio 2017. They will also celebrate the 20th anniversary of the original Visual Studio launch in 2017.