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Azure tools for Visual Studio

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The quickest and easiest way to install the Azure SDK for Visual Studio and Service Fabric SDK and Tools for Visual Studio is using the Web Platform Installer. The Microsoft Web Platform Installer is a free tool that streamlines downloading, installing, and updating some of the components of the Microsoft Web Platform, including Azure tools for Visual Studio These SDKs can also be downloaded and installed as individual components from the Azure Downloads page.

Using the Web Platform Installer

  1. Download and run this Web Platform Installer bootstrapper.

  2. The bootstrapper will install Web Platform Installer (if needed) and automatically put the latest versions of the Azure SDK for Visual Studio and Service Fabric SDK and Tools for Visual Studio items in your Items to be installed list. Click Install.

    Web Platform Installer

  3. On the next screen, click I Accept. Web PI will begin downloading and installing the components you selected.

  4. After the installation is finished, it will display a confirmation screen. Click Finish. You can now close Web Platform Installer.

Verifying the installation

  1. In Visual Studio , click the Tools menu, and then click Extensions and Updates.

  2. The displayed list will contain several Azure tools, such as Microsoft Azure App Service Tools, Microsoft Azure Storage Connected Service, and Service Fabric Tools.

    Extensions and updates

Sours: https://docs.azure.cn/en-us/dotnet/vsinstall

Installing the Visual Studio toolkit (v) on a Microsoft hosted Azure Devops Build Pipeline Agent

I have a legacy solution that we've moved into an Azure Devops git repo and I am trying to setup a build pipeline for it. The solution is a mixture of v () and v () projects, which on my local machine I can just build in Visual Studio as long as I've installed the v toolset.

Ideally, I'd like to use a Microsoft provided agent but it seems like the vswin image does not include the v toolset by default. As this is not something we are planning to build very often, I attempted to install the v toolset using the installer:

When I run this in Azure Devops, the install process exits with code 0 (success) after about a minute. However, when it then tries to build the solution it fails with:

Has anyone tried this before with any luck? The only other thing I can think of is to try to check in a copy of the v toolset and play with adding it correctly to the path, but I can see this being a major pain to get right!

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Sours: https://stackoverflow.com/questions//installing-the-visual-studiotoolkit-von-a-microsoft-hosted-azure-dev
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Azure Logic Apps Visual Studio Tools

With the Visual Studio tools for Azure Logic Apps you can design and deploy your logic apps from within Visual Studio.  The designer integrates with the current Azure Resource Group project so you can seamlessly work with resource deployments that include Logic Apps. 

To use, simply install the extension and create a new Cloud -> Resource Group project.  Add a Logic App, and you can right-click the template to open in the Logic App designer.  After logging into your Azure account you can begin creating workflows that integrate across any number of our connectors and services.  Once completed, you can easily deploy your logic app along with any other related resources in a resource group deployment.  This template can be used to quickly create workflows in any region, resource group, or environment required. Learn more.

Your feedback is welcome and feel free to email any questions or comments to [email protected]

Pre-requisites

Sours: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=VinaySinghMSFT.AzureLogicAppsToolsforVisualStudio

Microsoft Visual Studio

Code editor and IDE

Not to be confused with Visual Studio Code or Visual Studio for Mac.

Microsoft Visual Studio is an integrated development environment (IDE) from Microsoft. It is used to develop computer programs, as well as websites, web apps, web services and mobile apps. Visual Studio uses Microsoft software development platforms such as Windows API, Windows Forms, Windows Presentation Foundation, Windows Store and Microsoft Silverlight. It can produce both native code and managed code.

Visual Studio includes a code editor supporting IntelliSense (the code completion component) as well as code refactoring. The integrated debugger works both as a source-level debugger and a machine-level debugger. Other built-in tools include a code profiler, designer for building GUI applications, web designer, class designer, and database schema designer. It accepts plug-ins that expand the functionality at almost every level—including adding support for source control systems (like Subversion and Git) and adding new toolsets like editors and visual designers for domain-specific languages or toolsets for other aspects of the software development lifecycle (like the Azure DevOps client: Team Explorer).

Visual Studio supports 36 different programming languages and allows the code editor and debugger to support (to varying degrees) nearly any programming language, provided a language-specific service exists. Built-in languages include C,[8]C++, C++/CLI, Visual Basic .NET, C#, F#,[9]JavaScript, TypeScript, XML, XSLT, HTML, and CSS. Support for other languages such as Python,[10]Ruby, Node.js, and M among others is available via plug-ins. Java (and J#) were supported in the past.

The most basic edition of Visual Studio, the Community edition, is available free of charge. The slogan for Visual Studio Community edition is "Free, fully-featured IDE for students, open-source and individual developers".

As of March&#;[update] the current production-ready Visual Studio version was , with older versions such as and on Extended Support, and and on Mainstream Support.[11]

Architecture[edit]

Visual Studio does not support any programming language, solution or tool intrinsically; instead, it allows the plugging of functionality coded as a VSPackage. When installed, the functionality is available as a Service. The IDE provides three services: SVsSolution, which provides the ability to enumerate projects and solutions; SVsUIShell, which provides windowing and UI functionality (including tabs, toolbars, and tool windows); and SVsShell, which deals with registration of VSPackages. In addition, the IDE is also responsible for coordinating and enabling communication between services.[12] All editors, designers, project types and other tools are implemented as VSPackages. Visual Studio uses COM to access the VSPackages. The Visual Studio SDK also includes the Managed Package Framework (MPF), which is a set of managed wrappers around the COM-interfaces that allow the Packages to be written in any CLI compliant language.[13] However, MPF does not provide all the functionality exposed by the Visual Studio COM interfaces.[14] The services can then be consumed for creation of other packages, which add functionality to the Visual Studio IDE.

Support for programming languages is added by using a specific VSPackage called a Language Service. A language service defines various interfaces which the VSPackage implementation can implement to add support for various functionalities.[15] Functionalities that can be added this way include syntax coloring, statement completion, brace matching, parameter information tooltips, member lists, and error markers for background compilation.[15] If the interface is implemented, the functionality will be available for the language. Language services are implemented on a per-language basis. The implementations can reuse code from the parser or the compiler for the language.[15] Language services can be implemented either in native code or managed code. For native code, either the native COM interfaces or the Babel Framework (part of Visual Studio SDK) can be used.[16] For managed code, the MPF includes wrappers for writing managed language services.[17]

Visual Studio does not include any source control support built in but it defines two alternative ways for source control systems to integrate with the IDE.[18] A Source Control VSPackage can provide its own customised user interface. In contrast, a source control plugin using the MSSCCI (Microsoft Source Code Control Interface) provides a set of functions that are used to implement various source control functionality, with a standard Visual Studio user interface.[19][20] MSSCCI was first used to integrate Visual SourceSafe with Visual Studio but was later opened up via the Visual Studio SDK. Visual Studio .NET used MSSCCI , and Visual Studio .NET used MSSCCI Visual Studio , , and use MSSCCI Version , which adds support for rename and delete propagation, as well as asynchronous opening.[20]

Visual Studio supports running multiple instances of the environment (each with its own set of VSPackages). The instances use different registry hives (see MSDN's definition of the term "registry hive" in the sense used here) to store their configuration state and are differentiated by their AppId (Application ID). The instances are launched by an AppId-specific .exe that selects the AppId, sets the root hive, and launches the IDE. VSPackages registered for one AppId are integrated with other VSPackages for that AppId. The various product editions of Visual Studio are created using the different AppIds. The Visual Studio Express edition products are installed with their own AppIds, but the Standard, Professional, and Team Suite products share the same AppId. Consequently, one can install the Express editions side-by-side with other editions, unlike the other editions which update the same installation. The professional edition includes a superset of the VSPackages in the standard edition, and the team suite includes a superset of the VSPackages in both other editions. The AppId system is leveraged by the Visual Studio Shell in Visual Studio [21]

Features[edit]

Code editor[edit]

Visual Studio (like any other IDE) includes a code editor that supports syntax highlighting and code completion using IntelliSense for variables, functions, methods, loops, and LINQ queries.[22] IntelliSense is supported for the included languages, as well as for XML, Cascading Style Sheets, and JavaScript when developing web sites and web applications.[23][24] Autocomplete suggestions appear in a modelesslist box over the code editor window, in proximity of the editing cursor. In Visual Studio onwards, it can be made temporarily semi-transparent to see the code obstructed by it.[22] The code editor is used for all supported languages.

The Visual Studio Code Editor also supports setting bookmarks in code for quick navigation. Other navigational aids include collapsing code blocks and incremental search, in addition to normal text search and regex search.[25] The code editor also includes a multi-item clipboard and a task list.[25] The code editor supports code snippets, which are saved templates for repetitive code and can be inserted into code and customized for the project being worked on. A management tool for code snippets is built in as well. These tools are surfaced as floating windows which can be set to automatically hide when unused or docked to the side of the screen. The Visual Studio code editor also supports code refactoring including parameter reordering, variable and method renaming, interface extraction, and encapsulation of class members inside properties, among others.

Visual Studio features background compilation (also called incremental compilation).[26][27] As code is being written, Visual Studio compiles it in the background in order to provide feedback about syntax and compilation errors, which are flagged with a red wavy underline. Warnings are marked with a green underline. Background compilation does not generate executable code, since it requires a different compiler than the one used to generate executable code.[28] Background compilation was initially introduced with Microsoft Visual Basic, but has now been expanded for all included languages.[27]

Debugger[edit]

Visual Studio includes a debugger that works both as a source-level debugger and as a machine-level debugger. It works with both managed code as well as native code and can be used for debugging applications written in any language supported by Visual Studio. In addition, it can also attach to running processes, monitor, and debug those processes.[29] If source code for the running process is available, it displays the code as it is being run. If source code is not available, it can show the disassembly. The Visual Studio debugger can also create memory dumps as well as load them later for debugging.[30] Multi-threaded programs are also supported. The debugger can be configured to be launched when an application running outside the Visual Studio environment crashes.

The Visual Studio Debugger allows setting breakpoints (which allow execution to be stopped temporarily at a certain position) and watches (which monitor the values of variables as the execution progresses).[31] Breakpoints can be conditional, meaning they get triggered when the condition is met. Code can be stepped over, i.e., run one line (of source code) at a time.[32] It can either step into functions to debug inside it, or step over it, i.e., the execution of the function body isn't available for manual inspection.[32] The debugger supports Edit and Continue, i.e., it allows code to be edited as it is being debugged. When debugging, if the mouse pointer hovers over any variable, its current value is displayed in a tooltip ("data tooltips"), where it can also be modified if desired. During coding, the Visual Studio debugger lets certain functions be invoked manually from the tool window. The parameters to the method are supplied at the Immediate window.[33]

Designer[edit]

Visual Studio includes a host of visual designers to aid in the development of applications. These tools include:

Windows Forms Designer
The Windows Forms designer is used to build GUI applications using Windows Forms. Layout can be controlled by housing the controls inside other containers or locking them to the side of the form. Controls that display data (like textbox, list box and grid view) can be bound to data sources like databases or queries. Data-bound controls can be created by dragging items from the Data Sources window onto a design surface.[34] The UI is linked with code using an event-driven programming model. The designer generates either C# or VB.NET code for the application.
WPF Designer
The WPF designer, codenamed Cider,[35] was introduced with Visual Studio Like the Windows Forms designer it supports the drag and drop metaphor. It is used to author user interfaces targeting Windows Presentation Foundation. It supports all WPF functionality including data binding and automatic layout management. It generates XAML code for the UI. The generated XAML file is compatible with Microsoft Expression Design, the designer-oriented product. The XAML code is linked with code using a code-behind model.
Web designer/development
Visual Studio also includes a web-site editor and designer that allows web pages to be authored by dragging and dropping widgets. It is used for developing ASP.NET applications and supports HTML, CSS and JavaScript. It uses a code-behind model to link with ASP.NET code. From Visual Studio onwards, the layout engine used by the web designer is shared with the discontinued Expression Web. There is also ASP.NET MVC support for MVC technology as a separate download[36] and ASP.NET Dynamic Data project available from Microsoft.[37]
Class designer
The Class Designer is used to author and edit the classes (including its members and their access) using UML modeling. The Class Designer can generate C# and VB.NET code outlines for the classes and methods. It can also generate class diagrams from hand-written classes.
Data designer
The data designer can be used to graphically edit database schemas, including typed tables, primary and foreign keys and constraints. It can also be used to design queries from the graphical view.
Mapping designer
From Visual Studio onwards, the mapping designer is used by LINQ to SQL to design the mapping between database schemas and the classes that encapsulate the data. The new solution from ORM approach, ADO.NET Entity Framework, replaces and improves the old technology.

Other tools[edit]

Open Tabs Browser
The open tabs browser is used to list all open tabs and to switch between them. It is invoked using .
Properties Editor
The Properties Editor tool is used to edit properties in a GUI pane inside Visual Studio. It lists all available properties (both read-only and those which can be set) for all objects including classes, forms, web pages and other items.
Object Browser
The Object Browser is a namespace and class library browser for Microsoft .NET. It can be used to browse the namespaces (which are arranged hierarchically) in managedassemblies. The hierarchy may or may not reflect the organization in the file system.
Solution Explorer
In Visual Studio parlance, a solution is a set of code files and other resources that are used to build an application. The files in a solution are arranged hierarchically, which might or might not reflect the organization in the file system. The Solution Explorer is used to manage and browse the files in a solution.
Team Explorer
Team Explorer is used to integrate the capabilities of Azure DevOps (either Azure DevOps Services or Azure DevOps Server) into the IDE . In addition to version control integration it provides the ability to view and manage individual work items (including user stories, bugs, tasks and other documents). It is included as part of a Visual Studio installation and is also available as a standalone download.[38][39]
Data Explorer
Data Explorer is used to manage databases on Microsoft SQL Server instances. It allows creation and alteration of database tables (either by issuing T-SQL commands or by using the Data designer). It can also be used to create queries and stored procedures, with the latter in either T-SQL or in managed code via SQL CLR. Debugging and IntelliSense support is available as well.
Server Explorer
The Server Explorer tool is used to manage database connections on an accessible computer. It is also used to browse running Windows Services, performance counters, Windows Event Log and message queues and use them as a datasource.[40]
Dotfuscator Community Edition
Visual Studio includes a free 'light' version of Dotfuscator[41]
Text Generation Framework
Visual Studio includes a full text generation framework called T4 which enables Visual Studio to generate text files from templates either in the IDE or via code.
ASP.NET Web Site Administration Tool
The ASP.NET Web Site Administration Tool allows for the configuration of ASP.NET websites.
Visual Studio Tools for Office
Visual Studio Tools for Office is a SDK and an add-in for Visual Studio that includes tools for developing for the Microsoft Office suite. Previously (for Visual Studio .NET and Visual Studio ) it was a separate SKU that supported only Visual C# and Visual Basic languages or was included in the Team Suite. With Visual Studio , it is no longer a separate SKU but is included with Professional and higher editions. A separate runtime is required when deploying VSTO solutions.

Extensibility[edit]

See also: List of Microsoft Visual Studio add-ins and Visual Studio Extensibility

Visual Studio allows developers to write extensions for Visual Studio to extend its capabilities. These extensions "plug into" Visual Studio and extend its functionality. Extensions come in the form of macros, add-ins, and packages. Macros represent repeatable tasks and actions that developers can record programmatically for saving, replaying, and distributing. Macros, however, cannot implement new commands or create tool windows. They are written using Visual Basic and are not compiled.[14] Add-Ins provide access to the Visual Studio object model and can interact with the IDE tools. Add-Ins can be used to implement new functionality and can add new tool windows. Add-Ins are plugged into the IDE via COM and can be created in any COM-compliant languages.[14] Packages are created using the Visual Studio SDK and provide the highest level of extensibility. They can create designers and other tools, as well as integrate other programming languages. The Visual Studio SDK provides unmanaged APIs as well as a managed API to accomplish these tasks. However, the managed API isn't as comprehensive as the unmanaged one.[14] Extensions are supported in the Standard (and higher) versions of Visual Studio Express Editions do not support hosting extensions.

Visual Studio introduced the Visual Studio Shell that allows for development of a customized version of the IDE. The Visual Studio Shell defines a set of VSPackages that provide the functionality required in any IDE. On top of that, other packages can be added to customize the installation. The Isolated mode of the shell creates a new AppId where the packages are installed. These are to be started with a different executable. It is aimed for development of custom development environments, either for a specific language or a specific scenario. The Integrated mode installs the packages into the AppId of the Professional/Standard/Team System editions, so that the tools integrate into these editions.[21] The Visual Studio Shell is available as a free download.

After the release of Visual Studio , Microsoft created the Visual Studio Gallery. It serves as the central location for posting information about extensions to Visual Studio. Community developers as well as commercial developers can upload information about their extensions to Visual Studio .NET through Visual Studio Users of the site can rate and review the extensions to help assess the quality of extensions being posted. An extension is stored in a VSIX file. Internally a VSIX file is a ZIP file that contains some XML files, and possibly one or more DLL's. One of the main advantages of these extensions is that they do not require Administrator rights to be installed. RSS feeds to notify users on updates to the site and tagging features are also planned.[42]

Supported products[edit]

Microsoft Visual C++
Microsoft Visual C++ is Microsoft's partial implementation of the C and full implementation C++compiler and associated languages-services and specific tools for integration with the Visual Studio IDE. It can compile either in C mode or C++ mode. For C++, as of version it conforms to C++[43] The C implementation of Visual Studio still doesn't support the full standard; in particular, the complex number header complex.h introduced in C99 is unsupported.
Visual C++ supports the C++/CLI specification to write managed code, as well as mixed-mode code (a mix of native and managed code). Microsoft positions Visual C++ for development in native code or in code that contains both native as well as managed components. Visual C++ supports COM as well as the MFC library. For MFC development, it provides a set of wizards for creating and customizing MFC boilerplate code, and creating GUI applications using MFC. Visual C++ can also use the Visual Studio forms designer to design UI graphically. Visual C++ can also be used with the Windows API. It also supports the use of intrinsic functions,[44] which are functions recognized by the compiler itself and not implemented as a library. Intrinsic functions are used to expose the SSE instruction set of modern CPUs. Visual C++ also includes the OpenMP (version ) specification.[45]
Microsoft Visual C#
Microsoft Visual C#, Microsoft's implementation of the C# language, targets the .NET Framework, along with the language services that lets the Visual Studio IDE support C# projects. While the language services are a part of Visual Studio, the compiler is available separately as a part of the .NET Framework. The Visual C# , and compilers support versions , and of the C# language specifications, respectively. Visual C# supports the Visual Studio Class designer, Forms designer, and Data designer among others.[46]
Microsoft Visual Basic
Microsoft Visual Basic is Microsoft's implementation of the VB.NET language and associated tools and language services. It was introduced with Visual Studio .NET (). Microsoft has positioned Visual Basic for Rapid Application Development.[47][48] Visual Basic can be used to author both console applications as well as GUI applications. Like Visual C#, Visual Basic also supports the Visual Studio Class designer, Forms designer, and Data designer among others. Like C#, the VB.NET compiler is also available as a part of .NET Framework, but the language services that let VB.NET projects be developed with Visual Studio, are available as a part of the latter.
Microsoft Visual Web Developer
Microsoft Visual Web Developer is used to create web sites, web applications and web services using ASP.NET. Either C# or VB.NET languages can be used. Visual Web Developer can use the Visual Studio Web Designer to graphically design web page layouts.
Azure DevOps
Azure DevOps is intended for collaborative software development projects and provides version control, work planning and tracking, data collection, and reporting. It also includes the Team Explorer which is integrated inside Visual Studio. On September 10, , Microsoft announced a rebranding of Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) to Azure DevOps Services and Team Foundation Server (TFS) to Azure DevOps Server.[49]

Previous products[edit]

Visual FoxPro
Visual FoxPro is a data-centric object-oriented and proceduralprogramming language produced by Microsoft. It derives from FoxPro (originally known as FoxBASE) which was developed by Fox Software beginning in Visual FoxPro is tightly integrated with its own relational database engine, which extends FoxPro's xBase capabilities to support SQL queries and data manipulation. Visual FoxPro is a full-featured,[50]dynamic programming language that does not require the use of an additional general-purpose programming environment. In , Visual FoxPro was discontinued after version 9 Service Pack 2. It was supported until [51]
Visual SourceSafe
Microsoft Visual SourceSafe is a source controlsoftware package oriented towards small software-development projects. The SourceSafe database is a multi-user, multi-process file-system database, using the Windows file system database primitives to provide locking and sharing support. All versions are multi-user, using SMB (file server) networking.[52][53][54] However, with Visual SourceSafe , other client–server modes were added, Lan Booster and VSS Internet (which used HTTP/HTTPS). Visual SourceSafe was available as a stand-alone product[55] and was included with Visual Studio , and other products such as Office Developer Edition. Visual SourceSafe was available as a stand-alone product and included with the Team Suite. Azure DevOps has superseded VSS as Microsoft's recommended platform for source control.
Microsoft Visual J++/Microsoft Visual J#
Microsoft Visual J++ was Microsoft's implementation of the Java language (with Microsoft-specific extensions) and associated language services. It was discontinued as a result of litigation from Sun Microsystems, and the technology was recycled into Visual J#, Microsoft's Java compiler for .NET Framework. J# was available with Visual Studio (supported until ) but was discontinued in Visual Studio
Visual InterDev
Visual InterDev was used to create web applications using Microsoft Active Server Pages (ASP) technologies. It supports code completion and includes database server management tools. It has been replaced with Microsoft Visual Web Developer.

Editions[edit]

Microsoft Visual Studio is available in the following editions or SKUs:[56]

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The Community edition was announced on November 12, , as a new free version, with similar functionality to Visual Studio Professional. Prior to this date, the only free editions of Visual Studio were the feature-limited Express variants. Unlike the Express variants, Visual Studio Community supports multiple languages, and provides support for extensions. Individual developers have no restrictions on their use of the Community edition. The following uses also allow unlimited usage: contributing to Open Source projects, academic research, in a classroom learning environment and for developing and testing device drivers for the Windows operating system. All other use by an organization depends on whether you are classified as an Enterprise (more than employees or more than 1 million USD in annual revenue, per Microsoft).[57] Non-Enterprises may use up to 5 copies without restriction, user number 6 and higher require a commercial license; Enterprise organizations require a commercial license for use outside of the noted exceptions.[57][58] Visual Studio Community is oriented towards individual developers and small teams.

Professional[edit]

As of Visual Studio , the Professional edition is the entry level commercial edition of Visual Studio. (Previously, a more feature restricted Standard edition was available.)[61] It provides an IDE for all supported development languages. MSDN support is available as MSDN Essentials or the full MSDN library depending on licensing. It supports XML and XSLT editing, and can create deployment packages that only use ClickOnce and MSI. It includes tools like Server Explorer and integration with Microsoft SQL Server also. Windows Mobile development support was included in Visual Studio Standard, however, with Visual Studio , it is only available in Professional and higher editions. Windows Phone 7 development support was added to all editions in Visual Studio Development for Windows Mobile is no longer supported in Visual Studio It is superseded by Windows Phone 7.

Enterprise[edit]

In addition to the features provided by the Professional edition, the Enterprise edition provides a new set of software development, database development, collaboration, metrics, architecture, testing and reporting tools.

History[edit]

The first version of Visual Studio was Visual Studio [62] Before that, Visual Basic, Visual C++, Visual FoxPro and Visual SourceSafe were sold as separate products.

97[edit]

Microsoft first released Visual Studio (codenamed Boston,[] for the city of the same name, thus beginning the VS codenames related to places)[] in , bundling many of its programming tools together for the first time. Visual Studio 97 came in two editions: Visual Studio Professional and Visual Studio Enterprise, the professional edition has three CDs, and the enterprise four CDs. It included Visual J++ for Java programming and introduced Visual InterDev for creating dynamically generated web sites using Active Server Pages.[citation needed] There was a single companion CD that contained the Microsoft Developer Network library.

Visual Studio 97 was an attempt at using the same development environment for multiple languages. Visual J++, InterDev, and the MSDN Library had all been using the same 'environment', called Developer Studio.[]

Visual Studio was also sold as a bundle with the separate IDEs used for Visual C++, Visual Basic and Visual FoxPro.[21]

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The next version, version (codenamed Aspen, after the ski resort in Colorado),[citation needed] was released in June and is the last version to run on the Windows 9x platform.[] Each version of each language in part also settled to v, including Visual J++ which was prior v, and Visual InterDev at the 1st release. The v6 edition of Microsoft was the core environment for the next four releases to provide programmers with an integrated look-alike platform. This led Microsoft to transition the development on the platform independent .NET Framework.

Visual Studio was the last version to include Visual J++,[][] which Microsoft removed as part of a settlement with Sun Microsystems that required Microsoft Internet Explorer not to provide support for the Java virtual machine.

Visual Studio came in two editions: Professional and Enterprise.[] The Enterprise edition contained extra features not found in Professional edition, including:

  • Application Performance Explorer
  • Automation Manager
  • Microsoft Visual Modeler
  • RemAuto Connection Manager[citation needed]
  • Visual Studio Analyzer

Visual Studio was also sold as a bundle with the separate IDEs used for Visual C++, Visual Basic and Visual FoxPro.[21]

.NET [edit]

Microsoft released Visual Studio .NET (VS.NET), codenamed Rainier (for Washington'sMount Rainier),[citation needed] in February (the beta version was released via Microsoft Developer Network in ). The biggest change was the introduction of a managed code development environment using the .NET Framework. Programs developed using .NET are not compiled to machine language (like C++ is, for example) but instead to a format called Microsoft Intermediate Language (MSIL) or Common Intermediate Language (CIL). When a CIL application executes, it is compiled while being executed into the appropriate machine language for the platform it is being executed on, thereby making code portable across several platforms. Programs compiled into CIL can be executed only on platforms which have an implementation of Common Language Infrastructure. It is possible to run CIL programs in Linux or Mac OS X using non-Microsoft .NET implementations like Mono and DotGNU.

This was the first version of Visual Studio to require an NT-based Windows platform.[] The installer enforces this requirement.

Visual Studio .NET shipped in four editions: Academic, Professional, Enterprise Developer, and Enterprise Architect. Microsoft introduced C# (C-sharp), a new programming language, that targets .NET. It also introduced the successor to Visual J++ called Visual J#. Visual J# programs use Java's language-syntax. However, unlike Visual J++ programs, Visual J# programs can only target the .NET Framework, not the Java Virtual Machine that all other Java tools target.

Visual Basic changed drastically to fit the new framework, and the new version was called Visual Basic .NET. Microsoft also added extensions to C++, called Managed Extensions for C++, so .NET programs could be created in C++.

Visual Studio .NET can produce applications targeting Windows (using the Windows Forms part of the .NET Framework), the Web (using ASP.NET and Web Services) and, with an add-in, portable devices (using the .NET Compact Framework).

The Visual Studio .NET environment was rewritten to partially use .NET. All languages are versions of Visual Studio, it has a cleaner interface and greater cohesiveness.[citation needed] It is also more customizable with tool windows that automatically hide when not in use. While Visual FoxPro 7 started out as part of Visual Studio .NET , and early VS betas allowed debugging inside VFP-based DLLs, it was removed before release to follow its own development track.[citation needed]

The internal version number of Visual Studio .NET is version Microsoft released Service Pack 1 for Visual Studio .NET in March []

.NET [edit]

In April , Microsoft introduced a minor upgrade to Visual Studio .NET called Visual Studio .NET , codenamed Everett (for the city of the same name).[citation needed] It includes an upgrade to the .NET Framework, version , and is the first release to support developing programs for mobile devices, using ASP.NET or the .NET Compact Framework. The Visual C++ compiler's standards-compliance improved, especially in the area of partial template specialization. Visual C++ Toolkit is a version of the same C++ compiler shipped with Visual Studio .NET without the IDE that Microsoft made freely available. As of [update] it is no longer available and the Express Editions have superseded it. The internal version number of Visual Studio .NET is version while the file format version is []

Visual Studio .NET shipped in five editions: Academic, Standard, Professional, Enterprise Developer, and Enterprise Architect. The Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Architect edition includes an implementation of Microsoft Visio 's modeling technologies, including tools for creating Unified Modeling Language-based visual representations of an application's architecture, and an object-role modeling (ORM) and logical database-modeling solution. "Enterprise Templates" were also introduced, to help larger development teams standardize coding styles and enforce policies around component usage and property settings.

Service Pack 1 was released September 13, []

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Visual Studio Beta 2 Team Suite installation disc

Visual Studio , codenamed Whidbey (a reference to Whidbey Island in Puget Sound region),[citation needed] was released online in October and to retail stores a few weeks later. Microsoft removed the ".NET" moniker from Visual Studio (as well as every other product with .NET in its name), but it still primarily targets the .NET Framework, which was upgraded to version It is the last version available for Windows and also the last version to be able to target Windows 98, Windows Me and Windows NT for C++ applications.[][]

Visual Studio 's internal version number is while the file format version is [] Microsoft released Service Pack 1 for Visual Studio on December 14, [] An additional update for Service Pack 1 that offers Windows Vista compatibility was made available on June 3, []

Visual Studio was upgraded to support all the new features introduced in .NET Framework , including generics and ASP.NET The IntelliSense feature in Visual Studio was upgraded for generics and new project types were added to support ASP.NET web services. Visual Studio additionally introduces support for a new task-based build platform called Microsoft Build Engine (MSBuild) which employs a new XML-based project file format.[] Visual Studio also includes a local web server, separate from IIS, that can host ASP.NET applications during development and testing. It also supports all SQL Server databases. Database designers were upgraded to support the ADO.NET , which is included with .NET Framework C++ also got a similar upgrade with the addition of C++/CLI which is slated to replace the use of Managed C++.[] Other new features of Visual Studio include the "Deployment Designer" which allows application designs to be validated before deployments, an improved environment for web publishing when combined with ASP.NET and load testing to see application performance under various sorts of user loads. Starting with the edition, Visual Studio also added extensive bit support. While the host development environment itself is only available as a bit application, Visual C++ supports compiling for x (AMD64 and Intel 64) as well as IA (Itanium).[] The Platform SDK included bit compilers and bit versions of the libraries.

Microsoft also announced Visual Studio Tools for Applications as the successor to Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) and VSA (Visual Studio for Applications). VSTA was released to manufacturing along with Office It is included with Office and is also part of the Visual Studio SDK. VSTA consists of a customized IDE, based on the Visual Studio IDE, and a runtime that can be embedded in applications to expose its features via the .NET object model. Office applications continue to integrate with VBA, except for InfoPath which integrates with VSTA. Version of VSTA (based on Visual Studio ) was released in April [] It is significantly different from the first version, including features such as dynamic programming and support for WPF, WCF, WF, LINQ, and .NET Framework.

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Visual Studio ,[] and Visual Studio Team System [][] codenamed Orcas (a reference to Orcas Island, also an island in Puget Sound region, like Whidbey for the previous release), were released to MSDN subscribers on November 19, alongside .NET Framework The source code for the Visual Studio IDE is available under a shared source license to some of Microsoft's partners and ISVs.[93] Microsoft released Service Pack 1 for Visual Studio on August 11, [] The internal version number of Visual Studio is version while the file format version is Visual Studio is the last version to support targeting Windows for C++ applications.[]

Visual Studio is focused on development of Windows Vista, Office system, and Web applications. For visual design, a new Windows Presentation Foundation visual designer and a new HTML/CSS editor influenced by Microsoft Expression Web are included. J# is not included. Visual Studio requires .NET Framework and by default configures compiled assemblies to run on .NET Framework , but it also supports multi-targeting which lets the developers choose which version of the .NET Framework (out of , , , Silverlight CoreCLR or .NET Compact Framework) the assembly runs on. Visual Studio also includes new code analysis tools, including the new Code Metrics tool (only in Team Edition and Team Suite Edition).[] For Visual C++, Visual Studio adds a new version of Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC ) that adds support for the visual styles and UI controls introduced with Windows Vista.[] For native and managed code interoperability, Visual C++ introduces the STL/CLR, which is a port of the C++Standard Template Library (STL) containers and algorithms to managed code. STL/CLR defines STL-like containers, iterators and algorithms that work on C++/CLImanaged objects.[][]

Visual Studio features include an XAML-based designer (codenamed Cider), workflow designer, LINQ to SQL designer (for defining the type mappings and object encapsulation for SQL Server data), XSLT debugger, JavaScriptIntellisense support, JavaScript Debugging support, support for UACmanifests, a concurrent build system, among others.[] It ships with an enhanced set of UI widgets, both for Windows Forms and WPF. It also includes a multithreaded build engine (MSBuild) to compile multiple source files (and build the executable file) in a project across multiple threads simultaneously. It also includes support for compiling iconresources in PNG format, introduced in Windows Vista. An updated XML Schema designer was released separately some time after the release of Visual Studio []

Visual Studio Debugger includes features targeting easier debugging of multi-threaded applications. In debugging mode, in the Threads window, which lists all the threads, hovering over a thread displays the stack trace of that thread in tooltips.[] The threads can directly be named and flagged for easier identification from that window itself.[] In addition, in the code window, along with indicating the location of the currently executing instruction in the current thread, the currently executing instructions in other threads are also pointed out.[][] The Visual Studio debugger supports integrated debugging of the .NET Framework Base Class Library (BCL) which can dynamically download the BCL source code and debug symbols and allow stepping into the BCL source during debugging.[] As of [update] a limited subset of the BCL source is available, with more library support planned for later.

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On April 12, , Microsoft released Visual Studio , codenamed Dev10,[86] and .NET Framework 4.[][]

The Visual Studio IDE was redesigned which, according to Microsoft, clears the UI organization and "reduces clutter and complexity."[] The new IDE better supports multiple document windows and floating tool windows,[] while offering better multi-monitor support. The IDE shell has been rewritten using the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), whereas the internals have been redesigned using Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) that offers more extensibility points than previous versions of the IDE that enabled add-ins to modify the behavior of the IDE.[]

The new multi-paradigmML-variant F# forms part of Visual Studio []

Visual Studio comes with .NET Framework 4 and supports developing applications targeting Windows 7.[] It supports IBM DB2 and Oracle databases, in addition to Microsoft SQL Server.[] It has integrated support for developing Microsoft Silverlight applications, including an interactive designer.[] Visual Studio offers several tools to make parallel programming simpler: in addition to the Parallel Extensions for the .NET Framework and the Parallel Patterns Library for native code, Visual Studio includes tools for debugging parallel applications. The new tools allow the visualization of parallel Tasks and their runtime stacks.[] Tools for profiling parallel applications can be used for visualization of thread wait-times and thread migrations across processor cores.[] Intel and Microsoft have jointly pledged support for a new Concurrency Runtime in Visual Studio [] and Intel has launched parallelism support in Parallel Studio as an add-on for Visual Studio.[]

The Visual Studio code editor now highlights references; whenever a symbol is selected, all other usages of the symbol are highlighted.[] It also offers a Quick Search feature to incrementally search across all symbols in C++, C# and VB.NET projects. Quick Search supports substring matches and camelCase searches.[] The Call Hierarchy feature allows the developer to see all the methods that are called from a current method as well as the methods that call the current one.[]IntelliSense in Visual Studio supports a consume-first mode which developers can opt into. In this mode, IntelliSense does not auto-complete identifiers; this allows the developer to use undefined identifiers (like variable or method names) and define those later. Visual Studio can also help in this by automatically defining them, if it can infer their types from usage.[] Current versions of Visual Studio have a known bug which makes IntelliSense unusable for projects using pure C (not C++).[]

Visual Studio features a new Help System replacing the MSDN Library viewer. The Help System is no longer based on Microsoft Help 2 and does not use Microsoft Document Explorer. Dynamic help containing links to help items based on what the developer was doing at the time was removed in the final release,[] but can be added back using a download from Microsoft.[]

Visual Studio no longer supports development for Windows Mobile prior to Windows Phone 7. Visual Studio Service Pack 1 was released in March []

Ultimate [edit]

Visual Studio Ultimate replaces Visual Studio Team Suite.[] It includes new modeling tools,[] such as the Architecture Explorer, which graphically displays projects and classes and the relationships between them.[] It supports UML activity diagram, component diagram, (logical) class diagram, sequence diagram, and use case diagram.[] Visual Studio Ultimate also includes Test Impact Analysis which provides hints on which test cases are impacted by modifications to the source code, without actually running the test cases.[] This speeds up testing by avoiding running unnecessary test cases.

Visual Studio Ultimate also includes a historical debugger for managed code called IntelliTrace. Unlike a traditional debugger that records only the currently active stack, IntelliTrace records all events, such as prior function calls, method parameters, events and exceptions. This allows the code execution to be rewound in case a breakpoint was not set where the error occurred.[] Debugging with IntelliTrace causes the application to run more slowly than debugging without it, and uses more memory as additional data needs to be recorded. Microsoft allows configuration of how much data should be recorded, in effect, allowing developers to balance the speed of execution and resource usage. The Lab Management component of Visual Studio Ultimate uses virtualization to create a similar execution environment for testers and developers. The virtual machines are tagged with checkpoints which can later be investigated for issues, as well as to reproduce the issue.[] Visual Studio Ultimate also includes the capability to record test runs that capture the specific state of the operating environment as well as the precise steps used to run the test. These steps can then be played back to reproduce issues.[]

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The final build of Visual Studio was announced on August 1, and the official launch event was held on September 12, []

Unlike prior versions, Visual Studio cannot record and play macros and the macro editor has been removed.[]

New features include support for WinRT and C++/CX (Component Extensions) and C++ AMP (GPGPU programming) Semantic Colorization.[]

On September 16, , a complete 'Developer Preview' of Visual Studio 11 was published on Microsoft's website. Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview requires Windows 7, Windows Server R2, Windows 8, or later operating systems.[] Versions of Microsoft Foundation Class Library (MFC) and C runtime (CRT) included with this release cannot produce software that is compatible with Windows XP or Windows Server except by using native multi-targeting and foregoing the newest libraries, compilers, and headers.[] However, on June 15, , a blog post on the VC++ Team blog announced that based on customer feedback, Microsoft would re-introduce native support for Windows XP targets (though not for XP as a development platform) in a version of Visual C++ to be released later in the fall of [] "Visual Studio Update 1" (Visual Studio ) was released in November This update added support for Windows XP targets and also added other new tools and features (e.g. improved diagnostics and testing support for Windows Store apps).[]

On August 24, , a blog post by Sumit Kumar, a Program Manager on the Visual C++ team, listed some of the features of the upcoming version of the Visual Studio C++ IDE:[]

  • Semantic colorization: Improved syntax coloring, various user-defined or default colors for C++ syntax such as macros, enumerations, typenames and functions.[]
  • Reference highlighting: Selection of a symbol highlights all of the references to that symbol within scope.[]
  • New Solution Explorer: The new Solution Explorer allows for visualization of class and file hierarchies within a solution/project. It can search for calls to functions and uses of classes.[]
  • Automatic display of IntelliSense list: IntelliSense is automatically displayed whilst typing code, as opposed to previous versions where it had to be explicitly invoked through use of certain operators (i.e. the scope operator (::)) or shortcut keys (Ctrl-Space or Ctrl-J).[]
  • Member list filtering: IntelliSense uses fuzzy logic to determine which functions/variables/types to display in the list.[]
  • Code snippets: Code snippets are included in IntelliSense to automatically generate relevant code based on the user's parameters, custom code snippets can be created.[]

The source code of Visual Studio consists of approximately 50 million lines of code.[]

Interface backlash[edit]

During Visual Studio 11 beta, Microsoft eliminated the use of color within tools except in cases where color is used for notification or status change purposes. However, the use of color was returned after feedback demanding more contrast, differentiation, clarity and "energy" in the user interface.[][]

In Visual Studio RC, a major change to the interface is the use of all-caps menu bar, as part of the campaign to keep Visual Studio consistent with the direction of other Microsoft user interfaces, and to provide added structure to the top menu bar area.[] The redesign was criticized for being hard to read, and going against the trends started by developers to use CamelCase to make words stand out better.[] Some speculated that the root cause of the redesign was to incorporate the simplistic look and feel of Metro programs.[] However, there exists a Windows Registry option to allow users to disable the all-caps interface.[]

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The preview for Visual Studio was announced at the Build conference and made available on June 26, [] The Visual Studio RC (Release Candidate) was made available to developers on MSDN on September 9, []

The final release of Visual Studio became available for download on October 17, along with .NET [] Visual Studio officially launched on November 13, at a virtual launch event keynoted by S. Somasegar and hosted on events.visualstudio.com.[] "Visual Studio Update 1" (Visual Studio ) was released on January 20, [] Visual Studio is a targeted update that addresses some key areas of customer feedback.[] "Visual Studio Update 2" (Visual Studio ) was released on May 12, [] Visual Studio Update 3 was released on August 4, With this update, Visual Studio provides an option to disable the all-caps menus, which was introduced in VS[] "Visual Studio Update 4" (Visual Studio ) was released on November 12, [] "Visual Studio Update 5" (Visual Studio ) was released on July 20, []

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Initially referred to as Visual Studio "14", the first Community Technology Preview (CTP) was released on June 3, [] and the Release Candidate was released on April 29, ; Visual Studio was officially announced as the final name on November 12, []

Visual Studio RTM was released on July 20, [] Visual Studio Update 1 was released on November 30, [] Visual Studio Update 2 was released on March 30, [] Visual Studio Update 3 was released on June 27, []

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Initially referred to as Visual Studio "15", it was released on March 7, [] The first Preview was released on March 30, [] Visual Studio "15" Preview 2 was released May 10, [][] Visual Studio "15" Preview 3 was released on July 7, [][] Visual Studio "15" Preview 4 was released on August 22, [][] Visual Studio "15" Preview 5 was released on October 5, []

On November 14, , for a brief period of time, Microsoft released a blog post revealing Visual Studio product name version alongside upcoming features.[]

On November 16, , "Visual Studio " was announced as the final name,[] and Visual Studio RC was released.[]

On March 7, , Visual Studio was released for general availability.[]

On March 14, , first fix was released for Visual Studio due to failures during installation or opening solutions in the first release.[]

On April 5, , Visual Studio was released and added support for targeting the .NET Framework

On May 10, , Visual Studio was released and added a new workload, "Data Science and Analytical Applications Workload". An update to fix the dark color theme was released on May 12,

On August 14, , Visual Studio was released and added support for targeting .NET Core An update () was released four days later to address a Git vulnerability with submodules (CVE ).

On October 10, , Visual Studio was released.[]

On December 4, , Visual Studio was released. This update contained major performance improvements, new features, as well as bug fixes.[]

On March 6, , Visual Studio was released. It includes updates to unit testing and performance.[]

On May 7, , Visual Studio was released. It included updates across the board including, the installer, editor, debugger among others. Almost all point releases, the latest of which is released August 2, , include security updates. With the release of Visual Studio , Visual C++ now conforms to the C++17 standard.[43]

On September 20, , Visual Studio was released. Tools for Xamarin now supports Xcode []

Visual Studio offers new features like support for EditorConfig (a coding style enforcement framework), NGen support, .NET Core and Docker toolset (Preview), and Xamarin (Preview).[] It also has a XAML Editor, improved IntelliSense, live unit testing, debugging enhancement and better IDE experience and productivity.[] Additionally, it is the last version of Visual Studio to support maintaining Windows 10 Mobile projects.[]

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On June 6, Microsoft announced Visual Studio (version 16).[]

On December 4, Visual Studio Preview 1 was released.[] On January 24, Visual Studio Preview 2 was released.[] On February 13, Visual Studio Preview 3 was released.[]

On February 27, Visual Studio RC was released.[]

It is generally available (GA) since April 2, and available for download.[]

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On April 19, , Microsoft announced Visual Studio (version 17).[][] It is the first version to run as a bit process allowing Visual Studio main process to access more than 4GB of memory, preventing out-of-memory exceptions which could occur with large projects.

On June 17, Visual Studio Preview 1 was released.[] On July 14, Visual Studio Preview 2 was released.[] On August 10, Visual Studio Preview 3 was released.[] On September 14, Visual Studio Preview 4 was released. []

Related products[edit]

Azure DevOps Services[edit]

See also: Azure DevOps Server

On November 13, , Microsoft announced the release of a software as a service offering of Visual Studio on Microsoft Azure platform; at the time, Microsoft called it Visual Studio Online. Previously announced as Team Foundation Services, it expanded over the on-premises Team Foundation Server (TFS; now known as Azure DevOps Server) by making it available on the Internet and implementing a rolling release model.[][] Customers could use Azure portal to subscribe to Visual Studio Online. Subscribers receive a hosted Git-compatible version control system, a load-testing service, a telemetry service and an in-browser code editor codenamed "Monaco".[] During the Connect(); developer event on November 18, , Microsoft announced that the service was rebranded as "Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS)".[] On September 10, , Microsoft announced another rebranding of the service, this time to "Azure DevOps Services".[49]

Microsoft offers Stakeholder, Basic, and Visual Studio subscriber access levels for Azure DevOps Services. The Basic plan is free of charge for up to five users. Users with a Visual Studio subscription can be added to a plan with no additional charge.[]

Visual Studio Application Lifecycle Management[edit]

Visual Studio Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) is a collection of integrated software development tools developed by Microsoft. These tools currently consist of the IDE (Visual Studio Community and greater editions), server (Team Foundation Server), and cloud services (Visual Studio Team Services).[] Visual Studio ALM supports team-based development and collaboration, Agile project management, DevOps, source control, packaging, continuous development, automated testing, release management, continuous delivery, and reporting tools for apps and services.[]

In Visual Studio and Visual Studio , the brand was known as Microsoft Visual Studio Team System (VSTS). In October , the Team System brand was renamed[][] Visual Studio ALM with the Visual Studio (codenamed 'Rosario') release.[]

Visual Studio Team Services debuted as Visual Studio Online in and was renamed in []

Visual Studio Lab Management[edit]

Visual Studio Lab Management is a software development tool developed by Microsoft for software testers to create and manage virtual environments. Lab Management extends the existing Visual Studio Application Lifecycle Management platform to enable an integrated Hyper-V based test lab. Since Visual Studio , it is already shipped as a part of it; and, can be set up after Azure DevOps and SCVMM are integrated.[]

Visual Studio LightSwitch[edit]

Microsoft Visual Studio LightSwitch is an extension and framework specifically tailored for creating line-of-business applications built on existing .NET technologies and Microsoft platforms. The applications produced are architecturally 3-tier: the user interface runs on either Microsoft Silverlight or HTML 5 client,[] or as a SharePoint app;[] the logic and data-access tier is built on WCF Data Services and exposed as an OData feed hosted[] in ASP.NET; and the primary data storage supports Microsoft SQL Server Express, Microsoft SQL Server and Microsoft SQL Azure. LightSwitch also supports other data sources including Microsoft SharePoint, OData and WCF RIA Services.

LightSwitch includes graphical designers for designing entities and entity relationships, entity queries, and UI screens. Business logic may be written in either Visual Basic or Visual C#. LightSwitch is included with Visual Studio Professional and higher. Visual Studio is the last release of Visual Studio that includes the LightSwitch tooling.[]

The user interface layer is now an optional component when deploying a LightSwitch solution, allowing a service-only deployment.[]

The first version of Visual Studio LightSwitch, released July 26, ,[] had many differences from the current[when?] release of LightSwitch. Notably the tool was purchased and installed as a stand-alone product. If Visual Studio Professional or higher was already installed on the machine, LightSwitch would integrate into that.[] The second major difference was the middle tier was built and exposed using WCF RIA Services.

As of October 14, , Microsoft no longer recommends LightSwitch for new application development.[]

Visual Studio Code[edit]

Main article: Visual Studio Code

Visual Studio Code is a freeware source code editor, along with other features, for Linux, Mac OS, and Windows.[] It also includes support for debugging and embedded Git Control. It is built on open-source,[] and on April 14, was released as version []

Visual Studio Team System Profiler[edit]

Main article: VSTS Profiler

Visual Studio Team System Profiler (VSTS Profiler) is a tool to analyze the performance of .NET projects that analyzes the space and time complexity of the program.[] It analyzes the code and prepares a report that includes CPU sampling, instrumentation, .NET memory allocation and resource contention.[]

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.NET on Azure development environment checklist

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This checklist is provided to help you make sure you have your development environment correctly configured for .NET development with Azure

Create an Azure account

To access Azure services or run applications in Azure, you need an Azure account.

  • If you are a Visual Studio subscriber, you have monthly free Azure credits available to you every month
  • Create a free Azure account and receive $ in credits and select services free for 12 months
  • Use an account assigned to you by your company's Azure administrator

Configure your IDE

Popular tools like Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code have extensions available to let you work with Azure right from your IDE.

Install the Azure CLI

In addition to using the Azure portal, you will want to install the Azure CLI to create and manage Azure resources.

Install additional tools and utilities

These additional tools are designed to make you more productive when working with Azure.

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