Microsoft shipped Preview 2 of its groundbreaking 64-bit Visual Studio 2022 IDE, officially called version 17.1.
Microsoft has been busy with its object-database mapper tooling for .NET, unveiling a plan for Entity Framework Core 7, along with guidance to port EF6 applications to EF Core.
Will web developers do all their debugging, styling and tweaking in the browser some day?
In its final post of 2021, the Java on Visual Studio Code dev team reports advancements made to improve the fundamental, day-to-day Java development experience: the "inner loop."
The problematic Visual Studio for Mac 2022 is out in Preview 4, which adds new window drag-and-drop functionality and improves code searching and navigation.
TIOBE Index, one of the more prominent trackers of programming language popularity, says C# is in the running for being named language of the year next month.
The new GitHub Enterprise Server 3.3 release focuses on security, with a new "security manager" role leading several changes made in the same of safety.
Microsoft surveyed SpringOne 2021 attendees to discover how they are migrating Spring apps to the cloud, finding that Kubernetes has supplanted virtual machines as the top target platform.
Development toolmaker GrapeCity issued the year's final update to its ComponentOne toolkit of UI controls, adding new features for Microsoft's new .NET 6 and Visual Studio 2022 milestone releases.
The regular monthly update for Python in Visual Studio Code sees the dev team adding "one of our most heavily requested features," a new rename factoring experience.
The regular monthly update to Visual Studio Code (November 2021 edition, v1.63) lets developers preview themes before using them, improves notebook functionality and provides a new Java welcome experience, along with much more.
GitHub is inviting developers to take part in a technology preview of improved code search, which it describes as "way more than grep," the Linux command-line search utility.
Here's a look at recent news surrounding what has been called the No. 1 development tool in the world: Visual Studio Code.
GitHub's "Release Radar" for November shows a Visual Studio Code snippets project leading a raft of open source offerings that reached general availability in November.
Microsoft is touting new capabilities in ASP.NET Core web development in Visual Studio 2022 thanks to a new Razor editor powered by a Razor Language Server.
Windows Forms would like you to know that the reports of its death are greatly exaggerated.
Microsoft announced several new features that are now generally available in the fall update of Azure Functions, used for event-driven serverless computing in the cloud.
Microsoft's Teams Toolkit 3.0 has debuted with several new features, including better multiple developer collaboration and improved multi-environment management.
Uno Platform 4.0 is out, highlighted by a new extension for working in Microsoft's Visual Studio Code editor.
Microsoft has created a Windows ML Samples Gallery of interactive projects to showcase Windows machine learning functionality in both managed and native scenarios.