It's arriving a couple of months later than its Windows counterpart, but Visual Studio 2017 for Mac is now generally available. The Mac version of Microsoft's latest integrated development environment (IDE) has launched to the public after completing a lengthy preview period that kicked off in November.
Visual Studio 2017 for Mac includes the tools necessary to develop for multiple platforms in one environment. From Microsoft (opens in new tab):
If you've been taking part in the Visual Studio 2017 for Mac public preview, you should be able to upgrade to the general release. New users can grab Visual Studio directly from Microsoft (opens in new tab).
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Sweet. Can't wait to dig into this. I'll be glad to move on from Xamarin Studio.
I'm installing the Community Edition on my SP4 right now. Having used Visual Studio before I have to say that it is probably the only IDE I would ever use.
If this really was Visual Studio on Mac it would interesting, sadly this isjust re-branded Xamarin Studio and far less interesting.
Re-packaged Xamarin Studio? Hmmm....
Dont understand if Satya simulates to be stupid, or really is.
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