It’s Coming! Microsoft Officially Launches ‘Visual Studio for Mac’
After spending months in preview, Microsoft is officially launching its Visual Studio coding platform for the Mac (via VentureBeat). Visual Studio allows developers to code applications using Microsoft’s integrated development environment (IDE) on Apple’s macOS platform, which they can sync across both Windows and Mac devices.
Last year on November, Microsoft announced launched the preview edition of Visual Studio for Mac, which carries the integrated development environment into the Apple in the PC operating system for the first time, in fact, VS for Mac is an extensive restoration of the existing Xamarin developer tools for apple devices.
Microsoft released the initial preview version of Visual Studio for macOS last November. Microsoft also supports Visual Studio Code for Mac as well. Microsoft also follow updates with some new features, included project template of .NET Core, enhancement function of Xamarin.Forms Previewer and new connection services, as well as simplified for iCloud. In Microsoft’s 2017 Developers Conference, Microsoft announced that visual studio for Mac is available for official version, which means that the VS for Mac is now widely available.
Microsoft expressed that Visual Studio for the Mac official version enables the developers to be possible work between Windows and Mac at the same time, and it can comprehensive support migration handset, Web, the Micro service as well as the Docker vessel, the Azure application procedure and the Xamarin.IoT support looks at in advance. It is worth mentioning that Microsoft released Visual Studio 2017 for Windows in March, and released its latest preview version 15.2 at last month.