Join Walt Ritscher for an in-depth discussion in this video Overview of project types, part of Visual Studio Essential Training: 07 Understanding Project Types.
- I'm always amazed to hear from you,…my fellow explorers,…about what types of projects you are building.…Your backgrounds are so diverse,…the project types so varied,…but one central thread unites all of you:…You are creating this crazy quilt of projects…with Visual Studio.…I know some of you are new to Visual Studio.…Let me tell you about project categories.…There are a lot of them.…In this video, I give an overview…of the various kinds of projects available.…I'm using Visual Studio 2015 update 1…which was released in December of 2015,…and it contains many new project types.…
If you are following along,…be sure and install the latest update.…If you are a veteran Visual Studio programmer,…be sure and explore the new items.…You might be surprised to see what you can create…with Visual Studio now.…We can see the huge list of these project templates…in the New Project dialog.…You probably know that Visual Studio…divides the templates into categories.…They're usually divided by the type of language…that you write the code in.…
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Q: This course was updated on 08/21/2017. What changed?
A: New videos were added that cover the following Visual Studio 2017 topics: exploring an empty project template, using third-party project templates, creating a portable class library, and creating a mobile app with Xamarin.
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