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Visual Studio Preview 2 brings a number of important features, from automatic IDE updates to improved CMake integration and C# 8.0 additions.
The new Azure Blockchain Development Kit gives developers tools to efficiently create blockchain-based applications.
Earth Lens lets developers quickly build AI-driven Aerial imagery apps for use in disaster relief, conservation efforts, and more. The solution was created by a team of interns.
Microsoft has launched version 4.0 of the open Windows Community Toolkit, also adding two new Microsoft Graph controls.
While it may seem the move of Skype from UWP to React Native is Microsoft burying UWP, the company has previously discussed integrating the two frameworks.
A new report suggests Microsoft’s rumoured interest in GitHub has reached an advanced stage and an agreement has been reached for the transaction.
The Insider Dev Tour will give participants a look at Microsoft's latest technologies, including Progressive Web Apps, Mixed Reality, AI, and more. It will debut in London on June 1 and will visit different cities throughout the month.
An Android emulator is finally available natively in Windows due to support in Microsoft's Hyper-V. The tool can be run in tandem with Docker, VMs, and other tools.
Among the other new additions to Visual Studio 15.4 are ASP.NET Core support for Docker and Xamarin Live Player.
.NET Core 2.0 and .NET Standard 2.0 are available for download now. Developers will get improved performance and an increase in available APIs. Microsoft has integrated F# support deeper into the service.
XAML Standard is the company’s effort to unify XAML dialects across XAML-based technologies such as UWP and Xamarin.Forms, while .NET Standard 2.0 is a set of APIs which work in all .NET implementations.
The new Windows Template Studio engine uses a wizard to guide Universal Windows Platform developers through four steps of app creation.
As well as introducing Universal Windows support, Microsoft announced several new features for Visual Studio Mobile Center at Build 2017 today.
The latest version of Visual Studio 2017 is now generally available. Microsoft also used the Build 2017 conference to announce VS for Mac is now also widely available.
Azure Mobile Apps developers can now access quickstart projects through GitHub repositories, an alternative method to accessing downloads through the Quickstart blade.
The latest update adds support for C# 7, a new web editor, and allows users to publish their applications directly to Azure from within Visual Studio.
Microsoft's .NET API Browser will provide a single place for documentation of all .NET APIs. The site features IntelliSense-like search, adjusting content tables, and contributions via markdown.
The latest update brings the version number to 15.1 and adds support for Xamarin Workbooks for C# 7. It also brings several performance improvements.
The company has kicked off a new video series that focuses on the stories of its MVPs. The series will run on Microsoft’s Channel 9 website.
Visual Studio’s new preview brings several new features such as updates to the Xamarin and .NET Core workloads, as well as many bug fixes.