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
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
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
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.
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
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.
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