Until now, working with each of these approaches in Visual Studio meant working with separate project types and tooling isolated to that specific project’s capabilities. With Thursday’s release of Visual Studio 2013, comes the One ASP.NET vision, which unifies the Web project experience by freeing developers to mix and match the different ASP.NET technologies they want to use within a single project.
Fans of the Visual Studio LightSwitch development environment appreciate how it makes it so much faster and easier to develop businesses apps and data services. As of Thursday, those fans have something new to cheer about: Alongside news that Visual Studio 2013 is available for download came word of several new LightSwitch features.
On Thursday, S. Somasegar, corporate vice president of the Developer Division at Microsoft, announced that the final releases of Visual Studio 2013, .NET 4.5.1, and Team Foundation Server 2013 are now available for download.
In Visual Studio 2010, Microsoft partnered with Flexera Software to include InstallShield Limited Edition, a free version of Flexera’s installation development solution, with Visual Studio. Find out what’s new in the latest version.