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BUILD 2015 News: Visual Studio Code, Visual Studio 2015 RC, Team Foundation Server 2015 RC, Visual Studio 2013 Update 5

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The Microsoft BUILD conference is typically a time when we release a lot of developer tools. This year we may have outdone ourselves. I’m going to talk a little about what we released today, but you’ll probably want to look at the announcements on Scott Guthrie’s Blog and Terry Myerson’s post on the Windows blog as well as Soma’s blog and Brian Harry’s blog. If you’d rather watch than read, head over to Channel 9 to watch the recordings. The very short version is that we released Visual Studio 2015 Release Candidate (RC),
href="https://www.visualstudio.com/news/vs2015-vs?CR_CC=200626819#Net">.NET Framework 4.6, Team Foundation Server 2015 RC, and Visual Studio 2013 Update 5 RC and also a preview of a new tool that runs on MacOS, Linux, and Windows called Visual Studio Code. You may want to kick off those downloads while you read the rest of this post. If you’re interested in a bit more detail, but not yet up for reading the entire post, here’s the dime novel version: Download Visual Studio Code. The big announcement of the day is a new member of the Visual Studio family. Visual Studio Code is a free,...(Read whole news on source site)

So, I tried the HoloLens!

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Well it was very impressive. First the security around the demo is really incredible. You have to leave all your devices, bags, watches etc in a locker. There is staff in front of every door. They do not answer any question about SDK, device availability, price point, or anything really. But you get to try […]

Entity Framework and Visual Studio 2015 RC

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Today Soma announced the Release Candidate of Visual Studio 2015. Our team is concurrently working on EF6.x and EF7 versions of our product and both of them make an appearance in this release.   Entity Framework 6.1.3 EF6.1.3 is the latest stable version of Entity Framework and is the recommended version for production applications. EF6.1.3 is a patch release containing fixes for high priority issues that were reported on EF6.1.2. Visual Studio 2015 RC includes the RTM version of Entity Framework 6.1.3 runtime and tooling. The
runtime will be installed if you create a new model using the Entity Framework Tools in a project that does not already have the EF runtime installed. The runtime is pre-installed in new ASP.NET projects, depending on the project template you select. The EF6.1.3 Tools for Visual Studio 2015 are included to make sure you get the latest bug fixes and improvements. You can read more about the specific fixes included in EF6.1.3 in our recent announcement post.   Entity Framework 7 Beta 4...(Read whole news on source site)

Debugging with Visual Studio Code

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There are various ways you can debug server side code with VSCode. You may have a simple node server to crank up. Perhaps you use TypeScript and need to compile it to JavaScript before starting the server. You may also be using task automation with gulp or grunt and want to start the server and then attach VSCode’s debugger to it. Visual Studio Code Series Follow this series to learn more about what you can do with Visual Studio Code! Introducing Visual Studio Code Getting Started with Visual Studio Code Intellisense Refactoring Debugging Git Integration and Preferences Debugging JavaScript You

Git and Preferences in Visual Studio Code

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Visual Studio Code has a good symbiosis with allowing you to customize the editor through styling, preferences, keyboard mappings, tasks, and more. Here are some examples of how to get started. Visual Studio Code Series Follow this series to learn more about what you can do with Visual Studio Code! Introducing Visual Studio Code Getting Started with Visual Studio Code Intellisense Refactoring Debugging Git Integration and Preferences Git Integration VSCode integrates well with git. When you make changes to your files you see red and green indicators in the left hand gutter of the editor. These markers show the changes

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