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Visual Studio 2017 IDE features

Visual Studio 2017 announced in Microsoft Connect event today. Number of interesting announcements made in this event. Following are the highlights
Key theme: Any Developer-Any App-Any platform

· Visual Studio 2017 RC  – Just downloaded loving the new IDE
· Visual Studio Mobile Center – Using Xamarin for developing any mobile app and  test on cloud
· Visual […]

Diagnostic tooling features in Visual Studio 2015

IntelliTrace UI has completely redesigned in Visual Studio 2015. This post outlines what improvements have been made to IntelliTrace and PerfTips which is a feature to evaluate your application performance easily during the debugging process. These features are available in VS 2015 CTP5.
Using the new features in IntelliTrace, it is really easy to fix […]

iOS Application Development with Xamarin and Visual Studio

As Xamarin allows us to build iOS, Android and windows applications, this post outlines the steps that required developing an iOS application using Xamarin and Visual Studio. What is Xamarin? Build and execution model is different from iOS and Android. In iOS you have something called “Ahead of Time”(AOT) compiling which is basically there to […]

Cross platform mobile development with Xamarin and Visual Studio

This post outlines the concepts for mobile development using Visual Studio 2013 update2 and Xamarin.In perfect world, you could develop a single codebase and target all mobile devices. Unfortunately it is not as simple as it said in the statement but you have following options for developing the mobile applications.

The first option uses […]

Visual Studio 2015 IDE Productivity features

Visual Studio has been a most productivity tool IDE for developers and introduced many new features in latest version Visual Studio 2015. This post outlines the features introduced in VS 2015.VS 2015 bringing the seem less experience for all the new devices existing like dense screens (touch capability and high-resolution screens).
Touch gesture for Visual Studio […]