Learn how the Roaming Extension Manager helps you synchronize your favorite extensions across all your development environments.
[Instructor] It's not uncommon nowadays,…for a developer to work on multiple computers.…You might have a desktop computer at work,…and then you have a laptop…that you use occasionally out of the office.…If you have Visual Studio installed…on both of those computers,…you now have the issue of making sure…that your developer setting is synced…across those devices.…Now Microsoft already does a lot of that syncing…with some of the tools in Visual Studio.…Today we're going to look at a new feature…that's part of the extensions dialogue.…The idea is that you've installed some extensions…on one of your developer boxes,…and when you open up the other copy of Visual Studio…on the other computer,…you want to have the same extensions.…
So you can use this tool called…the Roaming Extension Manager.…This shows all of the roamed files.…To use this feature, you have to be logged in…to Visual Studio,…and you see that I'm logged in here.…So what I can do is see all of the roaming extensions…that are installed on this copy of Visual Studio.…
- 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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