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Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 version 15.7.4 (latest version: 15.7 Update 4) is a new servicing update for Visual Studio 2017 installation. If you are running Visual Studio 2017, update to the latest version 15.7.4 to resolve a bunch of issues that has been fixed by Microsoft.

 

To get the updates, either check for update notification within the IDE or launch the Visual Studio Installer. Check out this blog post to know what has been fixed in this update build.

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Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 version 15.7.3 (latest version: 15.7 Update 3) is a new servicing update for Visual Studio 2017 installation. If you are running Visual Studio 2017, update to the latest version 15.7.3 to resolve a bunch of issues that has been fixed by Microsoft.

 

To get the updates, either check for update notification within the IDE or launch the Visual Studio Installer. Check out this blog post to know what has been fixed in this update build.

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Microsoft releases a new servicing update for its Visual Studio 2017 version 15.7 installation. If you are running Visual Studio 2017, update to the latest version 15.7.2 to resolve a bunch of issues that has been already identified and fixed.

 

Check for update notification or launch the Visual Studio Installer to get the updates. If you are willing to know what has been fixed in this update build, check out this blog post.

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Visual Studio Live Share extension for Visual Studio allows you to share a codebase and its context to collaborate within a team. Your team member can read, edit, navigate and debug the shared project seamlessly and securely.

 

To know more about Visual Studio Live Share and to grab the links to download this extension, continue reading this post.

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Microsoft releases Visual Studio 2017 version 15.7.0 minor release update to all the editions of Visual Studio 2017 with many new features and enhancements. The new update also includes C# 7.3, TypeScript 2.8 and Windows 10 April 2018 Update SDK - Build 17134 update.

 

Check for update notification or launch the Visual Studio Installer to get the updates. Continue reading to know about the new features and enhancements.

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A new service update for Visual Studio 2017 is now available. The new build version 15.6.7, released on 26th April 2018 contains a set of bug fixes reported by customers. If you are using Visual Studio 2017, check for updates to get the new build.

 

Alternatively, you can also download the latest version of Visual Studio 2017 by visiting this link. Continue reading to know what has been fixed with this service update.

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In case you are facing the following error MSB4017: Could not run the "GenerateResource" task because MSBuild could not create or connect, while building your project/solution in Visual Studio, this could be because the build system is running out of the build process.

 

To resolve this error, there could be two different approaches. In this quick note, sharing both the solutions for your easy reference.

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Early this week, Microsoft released an update (version: 15.6.3) of Visual Studio 2017 with a list of fixes. The team has now released one more update to it, incrementing the version number to: 15.6.4. This new update contains a set of new fixes, reported by the customers.

 

Before upgrading to this build, you may want to know what has been changed/fixed. Continue reading more to know about the changes.

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Within a week after releasing the Visual Studio 2017 version 15.6 Update 2 (15.6.2), Microsoft pushed another new update which incremented the build number by one. With this update, the latest version of Visual Studio 2017 is going to be the version 15.6.3.

 

The latest build version of Visual Studio 2017 contains a set of fixes for the user reported issues. Read more to know about the fixes.

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Microsoft released a new update (version: 15.6.2) to the Visual Studio 2017. This build addresses customer reported issues, along with a security vulnerability in the public versions of .NET Core which could cause a DoS attack.

 

If you are using Visual Studio 2017, make sure to update to this build. Listing herewith the issues fixed in this build.

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Visual Studio 2017 provides you an easy way to upgrade your project's targeted language version, directly from the editor window. The Light Bulb, which is known as Quick Actions, automatically suggests you to upgrade the language version.

 

In this blog post, we will learn how to invoke it to perform the change for the associated project. Continue reading to learn more.

Published by on under Tips | Visual Studio 2015

Do you know that, Microsoft Visual Studio allows you to select the default language version of your project? The advanced project settings helps you to control the targeted C# language by changing the compiler version.

 

By default, the compiler accepts all valid language syntax that it can support. But if you want to change it to point to a specific version, let's learn how to do that.

Published by on under Visual Studio 2015 | Visual Studio 2015 Tips & Tricks

Microsoft released a new update of Visual Studio 2017, which bumped up the latest build version number to 15.5.7. This new build contains few changes to Team Explorer focusing to Git, and fixes to some customer-reported issue.

 

To know about what has been changed and fixed in this release, continue reading this blog post. Don't forget to check the 'Known Issues' before upgrading.

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During application development, we often use XML files. To use XML files, we need XML objects; and to create the XML objects, we need to write the classes and properties based on the XML nodes/attributes, which we do manually.

 

Do you know that Visual Studio already provides an option to automatically create the entire class structure based on the XML input? Let's discuss this today.

Published by on under Visual Studio 2015 | Visual Studio 2015 Tips & Tricks

Followed by the Visual Studio 2017 updates (version: 15.5.3 and 15.5.4) in this January, Microsoft released another build with some new fixes and improvements. Heading towards the next major update, this bumps up the version number to 15.5.5.

 

To know what are the new fixes part of this new update (version: 15.5.5), check out this post. Don't forget to check the 'Known Issues' before upgrading.

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Microsoft released a new update (version 15.5.3) for its existing Visual Studio 2017 installation. If you are currently using Visual Studio 2017, you may like to update it, as it contains few fixes on top of the previous build.

 

If you like to check, what has been fixed in this new update, here's a list of these fixes. Don't forget to check the 'Known Issues' section.

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C# Interactive Window, inside Visual Studio, allows you to test code snippet without compiling the application. It supports several features like syntax highlighting, intellisense and more, and comes with a feature like 'Copy Code', that allows you to copy only the code part from that window.

 

In this quick blog post, we will discuss about the 'Copy Code' functionality part of the C# Interactive Window, inside Visual Studio.

Published by on under Tips | Visual Studio 2015