Visual Studio 2015 is an integrated, end-to-end solution for defining, building and managing applications and solutions targeting Microsoft and other cross-platform technologies for Windows, iOS, Android and more by using a single IDE.
Syncfusion author “Alessandro Del Sole” (Microsoft MVP) recently published a 122 pages of eBook which is available for free download and this post provides you details and links of it.
Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 is the new version of the widely-used integrated development environment for building modern, high-quality applications for a number of platforms such as Windows, web, cloud and mobile devices.
In Visual Studio 2015 Succinctly, author Alessandro Del Sole explains how to take advantage of the most useful of these highly anticipated features. The topics include sharing of code between different types of projects, new options for debugging and diagnostics, as well as improving productivity with other services in the Visual Studio ecosystem, such as NuGet and Azure. Changes to the code editor and XAML editor are also covered, as well as updates for mobile development in Visual Studio.
Table of Contents
- Account Management Experience
- Shared Projects
- Code Editor Improvements
- XAML Editor Improvements
- IDE Customizations: Window Layout
- Error List Revisited and Debugging Improvements
- Managing NuGet Packages
- Visual Studio 2015 for ASP.NET and Azure Chapter Prerequisites
- Visual Studio 2015 for Mobile Development
About the author
Alessandro Del Sole has been a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) since 2008 and is internationally considered a Visual Studio expert and a Visual Basic authority. Alessandro has authored many printed books and e-books on programming with Visual Studio, including Visual Studio 2013 Succinctly, Visual Basic 2015 Unleashed, Visual Studio LightSwitch Unleashed and Visual Basic 2010 Unleashed.
He has written tons of technical articles about .NET, Visual Studio and other Microsoft technologies in Italian and English for many developer portals, including the Visual Basic Developer Center from Microsoft. You can follow him on Twitter at @progalex.