Explore the new features and updates available in Visual Studio 2017. Learn about new debugging features, XAML upgrades, IntelliSense improvements in the code editors, and more.
- [Instructor] Welcome to my Visual Studio 2017 First Look course, I'm Walt Ritscher, senior staff instructor, and a longtime Visual Studio user. Join me as I explore the new features and updates in Visual Studio 2017. I start with a look at the IDE improvements, like roaming extension manager, and the new support for EditorConfig. There's a lot of debugging improvement, we'll explore run to click, exception helper, Chrome debugging support, and live unit tests.
We'll explore the XAML upgrades, like edit and continue, XAML refactoring, and the universal Windows app asset generator. In the web world, we'll investigate the docker container support for ASP.net core projects. And don't forget the section on the intellisense improvements in the code editors, looking at the style analyzers, and completion list filtering. We've got a lot of ground to cover, so let's get started.
- 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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