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Microsoft releases the next preview build of Visual Studio 2019. The latest version of Visual Studio 2019 (version 16.1 Preview 3) comes with IntelliCode. Addition to other improvements, it also includes an early preview of the XAML Designer for developers building .NET Core 3.0 WPF applications.

 

If you are on Preview channel, you wouldn't like to miss the IntelliCode and other improvements before anyone on the Release channel.

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Visual Studio 2019, which was released by Microsoft on 2nd April 2019, by organizing an online launch event, now entered into 2nd preview bit. That means, you can now experience the latest updates to Visual Studio 2019 before the next feature release and provide continuous feedback.

 

If you are one of the early adopter, Visual Studio 2019 version 16.1 Preview 2 is now available for download. Here's how to download the latest test build.

Published by on under News | Visual Studio 2019

Microsoft released Visual Studio 2019, the latest version of the Visual Studio IDE which is committed towards faster execution, real-time collaboration and more productive features for developers to perform their tasks.

 

You can now download the latest version of the Visual Studio 2019 (RTM) from Microsoft sites. If you are already using the Release Candidate, update it now.

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Staying on the target to release the final version of Visual Studio 2019 on 2nd April, Microsoft released the Visual Studio 2019 Release Candidate (RC) along with the 4th preview bits. Initially both the builds contain the same changes and fixes, but moving forward the RC channel will have changes targeted for public launch.

 

Here's how you can download the latest RC build and/or the Preview 4 build of Visual Studio 2019. Don't forget to check the release notes about the new changes and fixes.

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Microsoft is preparing to release its next version of Visual Studio, i.e. Visual Studio 2019, on 2nd April 2019 followed by an online Launch Event starting 9 AM PST. The tech giant company said that the launch will not only have focus to developers, but also to the Azure DevOps.

 

But, before the launch, you can now try out the preview (beta) version of the IDE side-by-side along with your previous Visual Studio installations.

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Microsoft released a new preview build of Visual Studio 2019. So, beta testers can upgrade to the latest build and start testing Visual Studio 2019 Preview 3, which comes with new changes and improvements along with other numerous bug fixes.

 

Along with this release, Microsoft also announced that they are going to host a launch event of Visual Studio 2019 on 2nd April 2019.

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Microsoft released the first preview version of the Visual Studio 2019 IDE on 4th December 2018, followed by a Servicing Update on 10th December 2018.

 

Now a new preview version of the IDE "Visual Studio 2019 Preview 2" (released on 23rd January 2019) is available for the developers to download and provide early feedback to the product team. If you are eagerly waiting, checkout what's new and improved in the latest preview build.

Published by on under News | Visual Studio 2019

How many times this happened with you while working on a code block you wanted to navigate to the last edited block of a code file? Now the latest version of Visual Studio 2017 provides you the option to easily go back to the last edited location.

 

In this part of my Visual Studio Productivity Tips series, we will learn how easy it is to quickly navigate to the last edit location in Visual Studio.

Published by on under Visual Studio 2017 | Visual Studio 2017 Tips & Tricks

Microsoft releases Visual Studio 2019 Preview 1, which is available for download beginning today. If you are a developer and would like to experience what's coming next to Microsoft Visual Studio 2019, you can now download the preview version through the early adopters program.

 

Here's how to download the latest version of Visual Studio 2019 preview and glimpse of the new features and enhancements released with this build.

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How many times it happened when you tried to select a code block and then moved to its parent block to select the desired code? When the lines of code in a block increases, it becomes difficult to find the first line and last line.

 

In this part of my Visual Studio Productivity Tips series, we will learn how to use the all new 'Expand/Contract Selection' feature to select a logical code block in Visual Studio 2017.

Published by on under Visual Studio 2017 | Visual Studio 2017 Tips & Tricks

Those who always work with lots of projects in Visual Studio, its easy for them to switch from one project to the other by navigating through the File menu. This reduces the number of running Visual Studio instances.

 

In this part of my Visual Studio Productivity Tips series, we will learn how to increase or decrease the recent files and projects in Visual Studio MRU list.

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

If you have some existing code files and want to club them in a single project/solution, adding those one by one to a project is time consuming. Do you know that Visual Studio provides you a wizard for doing this activity?

 

In this part of my Visual Studio Productivity Tips series, we will learn how to create a project and/or a solution from existing code.

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

While working with Visual Studio, you may some time notice that, there are few Visual Studio commands which are not mapped with any keyboard shortcuts. Thus, working with such commands become very difficult as you need to navigate through the menus every time.

 

Do you know that, you can easily map custom shortcut keys to Visual Studio commands to ease your life? In this part of my Visual Studio Productivity Tips series, we will learn about the steps.

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

Visual Studio 2019 Preview build (version: 16.0.0 Preview 1) is now available online to download from Microsoft servers. The installer link was found by @WalkingCat, and before Microsoft removes it from the download server, you can now download it.

 

Lucky to grab the build on time. Sharing here few screenshots from Visual Studio 2019 (Early) Preview. Please note that, its not yet released by Microsoft.

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Do you know that, you can quickly move between methods in Visual Studio using the Next Method and Previous Method navigational menus? This feature enables you to improve your productivity during development.

 

In this part of my Visual Studio Productivity Tips series, we will learn how easy it is to move back and forth through methods inside a code file.

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

When you search for a text in Visual Studio, by default it lists the matched code block along with the file name in the search result. But, some time just listing the file name is enough to focus on where the text is available.

 

Visual Studio provides an option to drill down the search result and to keep you focused on what you wanted to view. In this part of my Visual Studio Productivity Tips series, let's learn how to do that.

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

Do you know that, Visual Studio allows you to cycle through your Clipboard data to paste the right content that you copied previously? This built-in feature is known as Cycle Clipboard Ring and can be invoked using a keyboard shortcut.

 

In this part of my Visual Studio Productivity Tips series, let's learn how to cycle through your Visual Studio clipboard and make your life easy while copy/pasting code.

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

Microsoft today announced that the next version of Visual Studio will be named as Visual Studio 2019 and the preview version of Visual Studio 2019 can be installed side-by-side with Visual Studio 2017. Though the release dates of Visual Studio 2019 is not yet announced, but the preview version of the IDE can be expected in the coming months.

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