What's Coming for Blazor Hybrid in .NET 7

Microsoft's ASP.NET Core dev team has big plans for Blazor Hybrid (desktop) in .NET 7, due to debut in November. The first preview could come any day now.

Back-to-School Edition of Java on VS Code Courts Educators, Students

In a seasonal twist, Microsoft's dev team for Java on Visual Studio Code introduced a special education edition in the February 2022 update, courting educators and students with new functionality as classes resume after a winter break.

With New Windows Desktop Support, Flutter Throws a Dart at .NET MAUI

Now that both can do mobile and Windows desktop apps, what do developers think about the respective offerings?

What's New in Python in Visual Studio Code for February 2022

Improvements to Python in VS Code affect Smart Selection, folding support, the Python interpreters list and Anaconda functionality.

VS Code Gets New Side Panel in v1.64 Update

Visual Studio Code 1.64 (January 2022 edition) shipped with the usual bevy of new features and functionality, including a new side panel.

Windows Terminal Text Rendering Revamp: 'We Were Wrong'

Windows Terminal Preview 1.13 is out with an updated settings UI design, a new "elevate" profile setting and a revamped text rendering engine, about which the dev team issued an apology.

AlterNET Studio (WinForms & WPF Tooling/Components) Now Supports VS 2022, .NET 6

AlterNET Studio, packaging Windows Forms and Windows Presentation Foundation .NET component libraries and dev tooling, now supports Visual Studio 2022 and .NET 6.

Google's Flutter Now Does Windows Apps

Support for coding Windows apps has arrived with Flutter 2.10, Google's open source framework for building natively compiled, multi-platform applications from a single codebase.

Azure IoT Edge Tools Now Support Visual Studio 2022

The extension "makes it easy to code, build, deploy, and debug your IoT Edge solutions in Visual Studio 2022, by providing a rich set of functionalities."

Top 'On Roadmap' Feature Request for Visual Studio 2022: Roll Back Updates

"There is a definite need for the ability to roll back a Visual Studio release, or to lock a Visual Studio sub-release at a given version."

How Latest Visual Studio 2022 Update Speeds Code Search

The recently released Visual Studio 2022 17.1 Preview 3 improves code search even more than gains made in the jump from VS 2019 to VS 2022.

Visual Studio 2022 for Mac Dumps Mono for .NET 6

Visual Studio 2022 for Mac has parted ways with the Mono runtime in the just-published Preview 5, now running on .NET 6.

.NET Community Toolkit v8.0 Preview Revamps MVVM Library

Microsoft announced the first preview of .NET Community Toolkit v8.0.0, which revamps the MVVM library and introduces a new GitHub repo to host the project.

Microsoft Details Native Integration of Elastic on Azure

Microsoft detailed the native integration of Elastic tech with its Azure cloud computing platform, increasing application observability.

Java on Visual Studio Code Going Cloud Native

Cloud-native development figures prominently in a new roadmap published by Microsoft's Java on Visual Studio Code dev team.

Visual Studio 2022 v17.1 Preview 3 Improves Web Tools

Microsoft quietly shipped Visual Studio 2022 v17.1 Preview 3 with enhancements to web tools.

Progress Telerik Adds 20-Plus Components for Blazor, .NET MAUI and WinUI

The R1 2022 release of Progress Telerik development tooling adds more than 20 new components to the Blazor, .NET MAUI and WinUI offerings.

.NET MAUI Preview 12 Focuses on Quality/Stabilization, Boosts Shell Navigation

Like all big dev tooling releases, Microsoft's .NET MAUI is now mostly getting quality and stabilization attention as the general availability date grows closer.

In VS 2022, WinForms Designer Still Chasing Parity with .NET Framework Version

Microsoft provided an update on its years-long effort to bring the new Windows Forms designer up to speed with the old .NET Framework version.

See What's New for Git in Latest Visual Studio 2022 Update

Four new Git features have been added to Visual Studio 2022 in the latest update, Preview 2, including the ability to compare branches and multi-repo branching.

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