May 3, 2017
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Microsoft has released next version of .NET Framework (do not get confused with .NET Core) . Though the .NET Framework 4.7 was released as part of Windows 10 Creators Update a month ago. You can now install the .NET Framework 4.7 on other versions of Windows
Download the: .NET Framework 4.7 – Web installer | Offline Installer
.NET Framework 4.7 Developer Pack In order to add support for .NET Framework 4.7 in Visual Studio 2012 or later we need to install Developer Pack.
Windows Versions and Support:
The .NET Framework 4.7 is supported on the following Windows versions:
- Windows 10 Creators Update (included in-box)
- Windows 10 Anniversary Update
- Windows 8.1
- Windows 7 SP1
The .NET Framework 4.7 is supported on the following Windows Server versions:
- Windows Server 2016
- Windows Server 2012 R2
- Windows Server 2012
- Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1
New Features in .NET Framework 4.7:
On a high-level below are the set of new features introduced in following areas:
Networking Default operating system support for TLS protocols*
- Object Cache Extensibility (plug in new implementations of an object cache for an ASP.NET application by using the new ICacheStoreProvider interface. )
- Memory monitoring (Developers can now write their own memory monitors to replace the default by using the ApplicationMonitors.MemoryMonitor property.)
- Memory Limit Reactions. (Developers can now replace or supplement the default behavior by subscribing IObserver implementations to the application’s memory monitor.
Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)
- Ability to configure the default message security settings to TLS 1.1 or TLS 1.2
- Improved reliability of WCF applications and WCF serialization
Windows Forms – High DPI support
Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)
- Support for a touch/stylus stack based on Windows WM_POINTER messages
- New implementation for WPF printing APIs
Also improvements in :
- High DPI support for Windows Forms applications on Windows 10
- Touch support for WPF applications on Windows 10
- Enhanced cryptography support
- Support for C# 7 and VB 15, including ValueTuple
- Support for .NET Standard 1.6
- Performance and reliability improvements
March 7, 2017
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Microsoft has released today the latest version of Visual Studio.
The new Visual Studio 2017 will help you develop apps for Android, iOS, Windows, Web, and Cloud. It will also help you use version management, be agile, and collaborate effectively.
Includes support for Xcode 8.3, iOS 10.3, watchOS 3.2, and tvOS 10.2 tools and APIs in the Xamarin.VS Extension for Visual Studio 2017..
To know more about all the features included, please go through What’s New in Visual Studio 2017
April 30, 2015
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During #Build2015 event Microsoft has unveiled Visual Studio 2015 RC (Release Candidate) with lots of improvements and fixes to CTP version of Visual Studio. RC would be a near release quality and your see it is stable than ever.
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April 30, 2015
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With Visual Studio 2015 Microsoft has changed type of editions available as part the Visual Studio product line up, also made some changes to MSDN Subscription levels.
Changes in Visual Studio Editions
No more Premium and Ultimate edition of Visual Studio. There will only be 3 editions available:
- Visual Studio 2015 Community Edition – Free, full-featured and extensible tool for developers building non-enterprise applications
- Visual Studio 2015 Professional Edition – Professional developer tools and services for individual developers or small teams
- Visual Studio 2015 Enterprise Edition – Enterprise grade solution with advanced capabilities for teams working on projects of any size or complexity, including advanced testing and DevOps
Changes in MSDN Subscription Levels
MSDN Subscription Levels also has changed: there will be only two subscription levels MSDN PRO and MSDN Enterprise. If you have a valid MSDN Premium subscription, it will be automatically upgraded to MSDN Enterprise, which is fully loaded as previous MSDN Ultimate.
Limited Period Upgrade Offer – 50% off on upgrade to Premium
Beginning May 2015 – Upgrade from : Visual Studio Professional with MSDN or Visual Studio Test Professional with MSDN to Visual Studio Premium with MSDN for 50% off the regular list price and get a free upgrade to Visual Studio Enterprise with MSDN automatically when Microsoft release Visual Studio 2015.
For more information follow: https://www.visualstudio.com/en-us/products/vs-2015-product-editions.aspx
March 28, 2015
.NET, .NET Framework, App Service, ASP.NET, ASP.NET 4.5, ASP.NET MVC, Azure, Cloud Services, Media Services, Microsoft, Mobile Services, SignalR, Web API, Web API v2.0, Windows Azure Development
Microsoft today announced availability of new azure cloud services named as Azure App Service. Azure App Service. Azure App Service is a replacement of old Azure Websites / Azure Mobile Services, earlier these services were delivered separately and Microsoft has integrated all these capability in to single service and made it easy to configure.
Azure App Service enables you to easily create Web + Mobile + Logic + API Apps easily . Azure App Service is an integrated service that enables you to create web and mobile apps for any platform or device, easily integrate with SaaS solutions.
Capabilities of Azure App Service includes:
- Support for .NET, Node.js, Java, PHP, and Python code
- Built-in AutoScale support (automatically scale up/down based on real-world load)
- Traffic Manager support (geographically scale your apps around the world)
- Integrated Visual Studio publishing as well as FTP publishing
- Continuous Integration/Deployment support with Visual Studio Online, GitHub, and BitBucket
- Virtual networking support and hybrid connections to on-premises networks and databases
- Staged deployment and test in production support
- WebJob support for long running background tasks
- Built-In API connectors for Logic Apps.
What are you waiting for, sign-into the Azure Preview Portal and Get Started.
February 23, 2015
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Microsoft today has released Visual Studio 2015 Community Technology Preview 6 (CTP 6), which includes some new features and improvements, such as new UI debugging tools for XAML, new Control Flow Guard security tool, and feature updates to ASP.NET framework.
For more information about what’s new in this release, please see the release notes.
Download Visual Studio 2015 Ultimate (web | iso)