Entity Framework Core 7 (EF7) Preview 3 is out with improvements to the update pipeline along with initial preview support for scaffolding (database-first) templates and more.
Microsoft's new .NET 7 Preview 3 showcases native ahead-of-time (AOT) compilation, a much-requested and long-awaited feature for .NET, with Microsoft even taking the time to explain what it is.
.NET MAUI, Microsoft's tardy "evolution" of Xamarin.Forms, has shipped as a Release Candidate with "go live" support for production-ready applications.
Improvements touch upon accessibility, the workbench, terminal, online VS Code for Web and more.
Microsoft's Visual Studio 2022 for Mac Preview 8 is out with the dev team addressing top feedback issues as part of a huge effort to revamp the IDE and provide quality equal to its Windows counterpart, which debuted last November.
The potentially game-changing tech drew many "ooohs" and "aaahs" from the developer community -- and a fair amount of debate about ethics and security -- when it was unveiled last summer for Visual Studio Code.
It's by far the most popular tool in the marketplace with more than 53 million installs, nearly 20 million more than any other extension.
Microsoft announced that Spring Cloud Azure -- not to be confused with Azure Spring Cloud -- is now generally available in a version 4.0 update.
Microsoft has published guidance on how to prepare for the upcoming end of support for .NET 5.
The customized, GPU-supported, Azure VM comes pre-installed with tools enabling game production on the cloud, suitable for use with Unreal Engine and Perforce Helix Core.
Microsoft announced the general availability of a Visual Studio Code extension for working with the Power Platform, a line of business intelligence, app development and app connectivity applications.
Careers firm Hired published a "2022 State of Software Engineers" report that analyzes demand, salaries, skills and preferences, including programming languages.
The regular monthly update to Java on Visual Studio Code sees added shortcut snippets aligning with other editors, optimized code completion, improvements to the Maven build automation tool and more pre-release version of extensions.
The second preview of Visual Studio 2022 version 17.2 is out with a full gamut of tweaks across all areas: including C++, .NET productivity, web tools and testing.
Addressing an impressive array of issues, .NET MAUI gets a new MenuBar in Preview 14, the last stop before it reaches Release Candidate status.
Native ahead-of-time (AOT) compilation -- a much-requested and long-awaited feature for .NET -- is getting closer in the new .NET 7 Preview 2.
Visual Studio 2022 for Mac keeps trudging along toward general availability several months behind its Windows cousin, with the latest preview introducing new Azure Functions V4 tooling and reintroducing Xamarin mobile tooling.
In its latest update, Uno Platform borrowed some Xamarin/Mono tech to add brand-new memory profiler support to .NET WebAssembly.
A new "What's new in C# 11" post explains new features available in preview with the latest tooling bits: NET 6.0.200 SDK or Visual Studio 2022 v17.1.