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Microsoft releases Visual Studio 2017 RC, Visual Studio for Mac and Visual Studio Mobile Centre

The tech giant Microsoft has announced the release of Visual Studio 2017 RC (Release Candidate) and Visual Studio for Mac, during an event called connect developer conference. With this developer can now make beautiful apps of different platforms like Android, Windows and iOS, in one place which means you can make your apps using single program called Visual Studio.




With the new software, developer can improve his developing skills very well. As the software support for automatic task and improve navigation which will give feedback on the quality of the code which developer enter into the program, Visual Studio comes with many new cool features. You can download it by heading to this link.


Microsoft has also done many tweaks and also added cool features, which will increase the productivity as well as streamline cloud developments and more across the board. You can give a look on the release note of Visual Studio 2017 RC.


Microsoft has also released the Visual Studio software for Mac, the software combines Microsoft IDE which is built to fit in with the Mac OS platform. Currently, the software is available as a preview and it can be download for developers to test it. If you want to enjoy it, download it right now.


Along with the Visual Studio 2017 RC, Microsoft has also wrapped of another product called Visual Studio Mobile Centre. This product is really comes handy for the developers, as it will allow the developer to manage various aspects of their mobile application. Developer can monitor crashes and bugs of an app, it also allows to analyse and more right from the Mobile Centre. It is available in a preview; you can test it out.


Also check out our article on Microsoft acquires Artificial Intelligent Powered Genee. And many other interesting news and tips & tricks on our website.


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Thanks: Himanshu Galhotra



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