Download Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview (MSDN and Public)


Microsoft released Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview to the developer community. First they released it for the MSDN subscriber that means, it was available only for MSDN subscribers till the date it was announced. Now it is available for general public. You can now download it and start exploring the features. You can also start developing Windows 8 applications using this IDE.

 

In this post, I am going to share you the links for both MSDN and general public download. Grab it and start exploring.

 

BUILD Announcement

Jason Zander, announced the availability of Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview and .Net Framework 4.5 in his BUILD keynote session. He also announced the availability of Team Foundation Server 11 in that session.

 

As per the announcement made by Jason Zander:

Visual Studio 11 provides an integrated development experience that spans the entire lifecycle of software creation from architecture to code creation, testing and beyond. This release adds support for Windows 8 and HTML 5, enabling you to target platforms across devices, services and the cloud.  Integration with Team Foundation Server enables the entire team to collaborate throughout the development cycle to create quality applications.

 

 

.NET 4.5 has focused on top developer requests across all our key technologies, and includes new features for Asynchronous programming in C# and Visual Basic, support for state machines in Windows Workflow, and increased investments in HTML5 and CSS3 in ASP.NET.

 

Download

If you are a MSDN Subscriber, you can download them from here:

If you don’t have MSDN Subscription, you can download them from here:


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