Happy 20th Birthday, Visual Studio!
As Microsoft Visual Studio celebrates their 20th year – developers are rejoicing as Visual Studio 2017 is released! Over the past two decades Visual Studio has grown from a J++ and InterDev development environment to a powerhouse suite of productivity. The new release of Visual Studio 2017 brings Visual Basic, Visual C++, Visual J++, Visual FoxPro, and Visual InterDev into one single, beautiful product. The family of Visual Studio products enables developers to globally develop across Android, iOS, Linux, MacOS, and Windows.
See Visual Studio users share their story and follow along the live Keynote and Demos of Visual Studio 2017 here: https://launch.visualstudio.com/
What’s new in Visual Studio 2017?
- Develop: Navigate, write, and fix your code faster with a new Installation Experience
- Visual Studio IDE
- Collaboration benefits with Git
- Need more details? Read the full Visual Studio 2017 Release Notes Here.
Here at Parallels, we’ve partnered with Microsoft to ensure every developer has the essential tools they need to get their projects done:
Free Virtual Environments in Parallels Desktop to test, debug, or deploy in: Parallels offers many free systems to help developers and power users get the most out of their “worry free” environment: Learn more here.
How to run Visual Studio and Xamarin in Windows 8 with Parallels Desktop: How an executive Vice President of App vNext who specializes in IoT (Internet of Things) uses virtualization to develop. Read how he did this here.
Remote Debugging in Parallels Desktop with Visual Studio: In Parallels Desktop Pro Edition we enabled users with the Visual Studio plug-in which simplifies remote debugging. Read more about how to remotely debug here.
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