Microsoft is celebrating its 20 years of the release of Visual Studio and the Visual Studio 2017 will be released on 7th March keynote event.
Microsoft is all fixed to release the Visual Studio 2017 integrated development environment (IDE) on its 2 days live-streamed event opening on 7th March. The Visual Studio 2017 launch is memorializing the 20th anniversary of the release of Visual Studio 97 in the year 1997. The keynote event will say the launch of Visual Studio 2017, demo-packed meetings on the new enhancements in it in addition to the live exercise sessions on the final day.
The Redmond-based Corporation has been testing this version of Visual Studio, which was called ‘Visual Studio Next’ or ‘Visual Studio ’15’ promo. Its initial preview version battered with its set of development tools was done public towards the end of March previous year, and currently, it’s ready to roll out for everybody on 7th March. As we stated, the Visual Studio 2017 virtual presentation will be trailed by active online training meetings with instinctive demonstrations.
The Visual Studio 2017 will harbour a number of enhancements to a whole suite of products and services like Visual Studio InterDev, Visual Studio Code. The emphasis will be on Microsoft Azure services as well so as to allow coders build its cloud-based applications. The enhancements are also coming to the code navigation boundary, refactoring, and code debugging. Microsoft is also proposing Xamarin in this version that will aid developers to build.NET-based Windows, Android, and iOS apps.
With this release, Microsoft is targeting to make web-apps development simpler with ASP.NET, along with an effort to make.NET Core more same to the rest of.NET. This update also carries an enriched Visual C to the Visual Studio. Microsoft says that the Visual Studio 2017 is intended to load and work faster and easier than before by just letting you connect only the favoured features.
As we said, the keynote will be live-streamed on Microsoft’s website on 7th March, while the complete changelog of Visual Studio 2017 is accessible here. Those engrossed in learning it should visit the same live-stream link for training meetings.