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Microsoft Visual Studio Online comes in three main packages (each customizable), as well as the freemium version:
Online support and guidance is provided in each paid plan as well as an online knowledgebase and video tutorials.
My favorite development environment
VS code is the gold standard of IDEs and development environments. Aside from being a terrific text editor with features and third-party libraries like syntax highlighting, there is a big community of developers who offer modifications to make your workflow easy. It has in-build GitHub source control, ease of changing from one language interpreter to another, numerous linters and debuggers, fully functional terminal and endless plugins like live servers, deployment pipelines, etc.
VS code can basically do anything and furthermore be customized to do even more. It allows you to write code efficiently, effectively and reliably and synchronize with all your other development tools.
Very little, though configurations for cross-language features like indentation from one language to another can seem unintuitive. There are occasional times updates and features can be dropped from one update to another, but the features are frequently addressed and bugs quickly resolved.
In the aspect of the learning process of programming, it is an excellent tool for its easy syntax, easy debugging of code, manages many types of data, supports recursion, has a very basic handling of Object Oriented Programming, although it seems a disadvantage, rather it is an advantage in the sense of allowing the user to become familiar with this programming paradigm. In the business area, being integrated with Microsft SQL Server and Windows ODBC, it allows to solve many problems of systems management of Databases, Information Systems, Data Processing Systems, which are vital in administrative and accounting processes, making decisions, being able to manage in client - server environments.
This software has an easy syntax. The code debugger is excellent, since apart from evaluating the values of the variables, it allows to manually change the values of these variables in real time in order to evaluate the behavior of the program that is designed. It is embedded in most of the Microsoft Office products, so the management of its syntax allows to optimize and at the same time expand the functionalities of business solutions such as Excel, Word, Powerpoint
It has a Basic Object Oriented programming model, which although it allows to optimize code writing, does not cover all the functionalities of the Object Oriented paradigm.
It is not suitable for large applications, such as: multimedia, video games, graphic editors.
Some functionalities that are basic, such as assigning the color of the letter of a command button or the behavior of self-completion of the detachable lists like Combo Box, have to be implemented through code, when in other development environments these functionalities they are handled in the design template directly.
Your source code is not exportable to platforms other than Windows
I have been mostly using this program for student purposes. I study Computer Technologies and I needed a software where to code my programs and one lecturer show me VS when I was for the second year, and since then I do not want to use another program for developing software. I just enjoy the work with VS - it brings me happiness and comfort when I work with it.
I pretty recommend it, because it is worth program, it has free versions, which are perfect for juniors, and it is very powerful though, also it is with very pretty and intuitive design and the programs makes you feel comfortable when working with it.
1. It is very easy to install.
2. It supports a variety of programming languages you can use in your projects - from desktop Applications, to Web Applications, C based programes and much more.
3. I like how tabs and panels are organized - everything is grouped and you can easily find what you want.
4. There is an entire search engine, which searches all the functionalities of Visual Studio, in case you cannot find something.
5. It works pretty well, even on slow performance PC's.
6. You can build very powerful projects with this program.
7. There are different versions - for the purposes of students, of junior developers, through small bussiness and for the big bussiness.
8. Very Good intellisense.
9. In every latest version of VS, you write fewer code - it becomes easier to do it - just with some combinations, or snippets, or embeded hints.
10. Very pleasurable to write and read code in the editor.
11. You can even capture the resources your program uses.
12. There is a debugger, which is very cool and good working.
13. There is a dark mode - even you can download different themes, which can protect your eyes when working for long hours with the program - they almost reduce the white spaces, and make the colors look greater, with better contrast and with care for your eyes.
For my purposes I haven't experience any difficulties or problems with the program, in order to have any negative oppinion for the program.
I've started coding with Visual Studio from 2014 - 2015. Between this time our university offers us the 2012 version. So we have used to it. When first time I familiar with Visual Studio, It was difficult because there is a lot of options and a lot of features to select. but day by day I'm used to Visual Studio 2012 version and I have realized It's not difficult to familiar that I felt because of there lot of options for doing a lot of things. Then I felt it's amazing. Then I moved to work with 2015 version and now I'm working with ASP.Net and C# with 2017 version. When considering all the previous versions with the latest version, this one is awesome.
The best thing is Microsoft now release Visual Studio for free download. This is a very valuable thing for programmers and developers who are beginners and pro level people. And also Microsoft maintained year by year and users never switch to another IDE after an update because of everyone like it.
Our company depends on Visual Studio for developing, updating and maintaining our products. It's the secret of growth of our company and this everything because this application is ROI(Return of Investment).
Everything isn't the best and the best one can have some faults. Like this, I have to say something about because Visual Studio is very heavy software and this needs more ram because with heavy extensions it will become slow.
Visual Studio has a lot of features. The first thing that I'm like is ease of use. And also it's support for multi-language support. When I'm developing a completed project with front-end and back-end I'm able to use both of languages in Visual Studio. So visual studio has full stack development capabilities. Integrated with the database is easy because structured are predefined and we can implementations easily.
And also if we have to implement more than one project for a one-goal we can create that project under one solution.
Every project has Microsoft support and can be used Microsoft products and services to link with projects. Support for MVC architecture. And also Remoting, .net.core, class libraries, WPF is the few of best features Visual studio offers for users.
And users can use source control plugin integration like GIT, TFS etc. This application has good performance and stability.
Users have to spend high cost for Enterprise License (vs Professional)
Too many version to select before use like Enterprise, Community, Professional, Ultimate, etc.
Memory and CPU consumption may be high sometimes.
Officially came up with basics themes.
The biggest benefit I get from Visual Studio is the ease of getting a new project up and running. This is a flagship project for Microsoft and it's apparent because they continually find ways to make it more useful which translates to quicker, more efficient code and project delivery. I would be crippled in my day to day responsibilities without it.
I've used various flavors of Eclipse and IntelliJ on Java projects but I look forward to working in .NET because in my opinion, Visual Studio is a superior IDE. There are so many great features that it's impossible to enumerate them all but some of them I like most are:
1- Projects can be cleanly contained within solutions (a feature Java IDEs don't support)
2- Cleanly integrates with NuGet for package management (doesn't require wacky XML updates like Maven)
3- Has the best code completion and auto-suggest of all IDEs
4- Comes pre-built with so many useful starter projects so it's easy to hit the ground running without a lot of setup
5- It offers a myriad of extensions
6- Its easily the best IDE for writing against CLI languages but is also an excellent environment for writing in Python and other scripting languages
7- It cleanly supports various source control solutions (TFS, Git etc.)
8- It does a really great job of providing a one stop shop for managing cloud and database assets right in the IDE
9- Provides excellent support and design time feedback for unit testing
10- Provides excellent collaboration capabilities
I could go on and on. I love Visual Studio.
There's really not much to dislike about Visual Studio. It has so many features that it can be overwhelming knowing where everything is and how to make the best use of them. But unlike many other IDEs, I feel like Visual Studio is the most intuitive from that perspective too.
<b>Free for the first 5 users
€14.90/month for additional users</b>
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Microsoft Visual Studio Online bietet folgende Kostenpläne an:
Beginnt ab: 15,00 $/Monat
Preismodell: Open Source, Abonnement
Kostenlose Testversion: Verfügbar
<b>Free for the first 5 users
€14.90/month for additional users</b>
Microsoft Visual Studio Online bietet die folgenden Funktionen:
Microsoft Visual Studio Online hat die folgenden typischen Kunden:
Großunternehmen, Mittlere Unternehmen, Non-Profit, Kleine Unternehmen
Microsoft Visual Studio Online unterstützt die folgenden Sprachen:
Chinesisch (vereinfacht), Englisch, Französisch, Hebräisch, Italienisch, Polnisch, Spanisch, Schwedisch, Ukrainisch
Microsoft Visual Studio Online hat folgende Preismodelle:
Open Source, Abonnement
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Microsoft Visual Studio Online bietet folgende Optionen für Kundensupport:
Häufig gestellte Fragen, Forum, Wissensdatenbank, Online-Support, Video-Anleitungen