This video examines take the first look at the Visual Studio 2017 developer environment and compares it to its Visual Studio 2015 counterpart.
- [Instructor] You've done it.…You've installed Visual Studio 2017.…And now you're excited to open up…the developer environment and see what's new,…to see what's changed.…To demonstrate that,…to show what's different between the visual interfaces,…I've got two copies of Visual Studio Enterprise open.…On the left is Visual Studio 2017.…On the right is Visual Studio 2015.…As you look over the interfaces,…you'll notice that there's not…a lot of differences apparent.…There's some minor differences in the menu.…
For instance 2015 has the architecture menu.…Where 2017 has the project menu.…Now the project menu will show up in 2015…when you open a project.…So at first glance there's not a lot of changes.…That's because most of the significant changes…in Visual Studio are hidden in different tool windows…and code editors.…We can sort for some differences though.…Let's go look at one.…Go look in tools options.…In this first screen environment general,…you can see once again everything's identical.…
So we'll have to move down to the text editor section.…
- Installing Visual Studio 2017
- Using debugging features
- Reviewing document navigation enhancements
- Examining IntelliSense Improvements
- Using XAML tools
- Reviewing the tooling added to support Docker containers
- Debugging without the hosting process
- Using the Visual Studio 2017 Installer
Skill Level Beginner
2. IDE Improvements
3. Debugging Improvements
4. Document Navigation
5. IntelliSense Improvements
6. XAML Tools
7. Cloud Development
8. Performance Improvements
Performance Center1m 34s
9. Installer Improvements
What's next1m 14s
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