Visual Studio 2019 is expected to ship in the first half of this year, and it just took another step on that journey with the release of its second preview.
Visual Studio 2019 Preview 2 -- in addition to enhancements to various development areas such as C#, Python, Web/container and so on -- has several tweaks designed to improve the "core IDE experience," said Angel Zhou, program manager, Visual Studio, in a blog post today (Jan. 24).
A few other details of note called out by Zhou for different development areas include:
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