Tamale  Moses

Tamale Moses

1621636560

Visual Studio 2019 16.9 brings memory error detection, C++ capabilities

Microsoft has reached two milestones with its signature Visual Studio IDE, making Visual Studio 2019 16.9 available as a production release and unveiling a preview of a planned Visual Studio 2019 16.10.

Both were published on March 2. Visual Studio 2019 16.9 can be accessed here while the version 16.10 preview is available here. Visual Studio 2019 16.9 features general availability of Address Sanitizer (ASan) fast memory error detection, for finding runtime memory issues. With the production release, Microsoft Visual C++ now can work out which runtime libraries are needed to use ASan with a project.

Also on InfoWorld: Introducing Microsoft .NET 6 ]

Also for C++, Visual Studio 2019 16.9 implements the More constexpr containers proposal, allowing destructors and new expressions to be constexpr. And C++ IntelliSense has been improved. Other new features and improvements in Visual Studio 2019 16.9:

  • To improve .NET productivity, using directives will be added automatically when copying and pasting types to a new file. Inline type hints have been added that insert adornments for variables with inferred types and lambda parameter types. IntelliSense completion now automatically inserts a semicolon as a commit character for method completion and object creation.
  • .NET Core debugging in WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux) 2 enables debugging of code in WSL 2 using the Linux distro of the developer’s choice. Only Ubuntu and Debian have been tested and are currently supported. Other distributions should work but require manually installing the .NET Core runtime and Curl.
  • XAML tools have been improved for WPF, WinUI, UWP, and Xamarin.Forms. Among the improvements, lightbulbs have been introduced in the XAML code editor to set the design DataContext to an available view-model. This enhances IntelliSense.
  • GitHub Actions tooling has been improved, with features such as a redesigned summary page and the ability to commit and push a workflow with a single click. More project types are recognized.

#c++ #visual studio 2019 16.9

What is GEEK

Buddha Community

Visual Studio 2019 16.9 brings memory error detection, C++ capabilities
Tamale  Moses

Tamale Moses

1621636560

Visual Studio 2019 16.9 brings memory error detection, C++ capabilities

Microsoft has reached two milestones with its signature Visual Studio IDE, making Visual Studio 2019 16.9 available as a production release and unveiling a preview of a planned Visual Studio 2019 16.10.

Both were published on March 2. Visual Studio 2019 16.9 can be accessed here while the version 16.10 preview is available here. Visual Studio 2019 16.9 features general availability of Address Sanitizer (ASan) fast memory error detection, for finding runtime memory issues. With the production release, Microsoft Visual C++ now can work out which runtime libraries are needed to use ASan with a project.

Also on InfoWorld: Introducing Microsoft .NET 6 ]

Also for C++, Visual Studio 2019 16.9 implements the More constexpr containers proposal, allowing destructors and new expressions to be constexpr. And C++ IntelliSense has been improved. Other new features and improvements in Visual Studio 2019 16.9:

  • To improve .NET productivity, using directives will be added automatically when copying and pasting types to a new file. Inline type hints have been added that insert adornments for variables with inferred types and lambda parameter types. IntelliSense completion now automatically inserts a semicolon as a commit character for method completion and object creation.
  • .NET Core debugging in WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux) 2 enables debugging of code in WSL 2 using the Linux distro of the developer’s choice. Only Ubuntu and Debian have been tested and are currently supported. Other distributions should work but require manually installing the .NET Core runtime and Curl.
  • XAML tools have been improved for WPF, WinUI, UWP, and Xamarin.Forms. Among the improvements, lightbulbs have been introduced in the XAML code editor to set the design DataContext to an available view-model. This enhances IntelliSense.
  • GitHub Actions tooling has been improved, with features such as a redesigned summary page and the ability to commit and push a workflow with a single click. More project types are recognized.

#c++ #visual studio 2019 16.9

Juanita  Apio

Juanita Apio

1618243440

[Guest post] Learn C# with Visual Studio, Visual Studio for Mac, and Unity

UPDATE: The book giveaway challenge is complete. We will be announcing winners on the Visual Studio blog within the next week. Thank you for your submissions!

Visual Studio is an amazing development tool. But Visual Studio and Visual Studio for Mac are more than just intuitive, state-of-the-art development environments. They’re also remarkably powerful learning and exploration tools, with features to help you create and understand your code. I love teaching and learning about C## with Visual Studio. That’s why my co-author, Jenny Greene, and I put Visual Studio and Visual Studio for Mac right at the center of our latest book, _Head First C# _(4th edition), published by O’Reilly Media. _Head First C# _incorporates Visual Studio directly in the learning. combining Visual Studio with the unique and innovative “brain-friendly” Head First approach to teaching helps us make learning C## easier and more fun for our readers.

#visual studio #c# #unity #visual studio 2019 for mac #visual studio for mac

Shaylee  Lemke

Shaylee Lemke

1589839860

Install Visual Studio 2019 Community – Best IDE for C#

In this article, I will show you how to install Visual Studio 2019 Community on to your machine to kickstart your development journey. Here is why everyone prefers Visual Studio over other IDEs – It’s a product from Microsoft who has built the .NET Framework, so obviously they know how to cater to the needs of the developers who use their framework.

#c #c# #c++ #programming-c #visual

Sadie  Ratke

Sadie Ratke

1590597060

Level-up your C++ productivity using Visual Studio

Come learn how you can improve your efficiency even while working from home. We’ll take a look at online development environments, Live Share, and a host of other new productivity features and tips.

#c #c# #c++ #programming-c #visual studio

Command Line Arguments and C# 9.0 Top Level Statement - Visual Studio

Until C## 9.0, It was all about the Main() method where program control start and ends. With C## 9.0, you don’t need to mention the Main() method or Class definition explicitly using Top-Level Statement. Then how do you pass command-line arguments for your program? especially when you are running it from Visual Studio. In this post let us have a look at how we can pass command line arguments in Visual Studio for C## 9.0 Top Level Statement.

Typical C## Console Vs Top-Level Statement in C## 9.0

A typical Hello World Console Application for C## looks as below

Using System;

 

Namespace TopLevelStatementCsharp

{

    Class Program

    {

        Static Void Main(String[] Args)

        {

            Console.WriteLine("Hello World!");

        }

    }

}

With Top-Level Statement in C## 9.0, you can achieve the same using just following line of code.

?

1

System.Console.WriteLine("Hello World!");

Which will produce the same output as previous code block.

Command Line Arguments with Visual Studio

You can pass the parameter for the top-level statement along with multiple arguments.

?

1

System.Console.WriteLine($"Hello {Args?[0]}");

#visual studio #c# 9.0 #visual studio