Visual Studio IDE is Online IDE. Visual Studio IDE offers the following functionalities:
- Version Control
- Source code editor
- Real-time Collaboration
- Code Completion
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Microsoft’s Visual Studio is an integrated development environment and coding editor that helps your developers write and fix code. It’s made up of four elements: Visual Studio IDE, Visual Studio Code, Azure DevOps, and Visual Studio App Center. Visual Studio IDE – which has apps for Windows, Mac, ioS, and Android –– can help you both write and debug code, test your code on a regular basis to check how it is working and if it is ready for release, and add extensions and customizations to extend your programming reach. Visual Studio Code is a dedicated code editor that is free and open source, and comes with built-in Git support, plus more than 4000 extensions to increase coding capabilities. Azure DevOps (which was formerly known as Visual Studio Team Services) enables your developers to carry out social coding with git and enables you to integrate and deliver code. Visual Studio App Center enables you to continuously build, test, and deploy applications.
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Annual Subscriptions features
Annual Subscription features
$2169 /user/first year or $899 /year (Renewal)
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Features for Standalone License
Not included (but every Azure DevOps account includes 5 free users)
Features for Subscription
Disclaimer: The pricing details were last updated on 04/10/2018 from the vendor website and may be different from actual. Please confirm with the vendor website before purchasing.
The pricing for Visual Studio IDE starts at $499.00. Visual Studio IDE has 4 different plans:
Visual Studio IDE also offers a custom plan based on the customer's request.
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No, Visual Studio IDE does not provide API.
Developing Web application , desktop application , easily import library using nuggets manage or package manager console , very good intelligence , fast working IDE environment, much support available from Microsoft and azure development platform.
Nothing i have a great experience using all version of visual studio, since i am using from last 8 year to developing all kind of application.
Just i want more helping tool to develop the cloud applications
Its great and environment for developer, like i design 50 plus small and big web application , mobile application , cloud integration , desktop application .I feel in that tool has many flexibility to develop all kind of application and user friendly another benefit we can use same language in all kind of the application like web , desktop, mobile, cloud, gaming all application platform use same language c#
Tons of useful plugins to ease development. With integrations like Live Server, Live preview, Intellisense and out of the box customization of your workspace makes it stand out with its competitors.
Some plugins inside VS Code are bloated and it takes up much RAM memory which is a downside. Integrations and workspace support for Low level languages are not good.
I would recommend VS Code to every budding developers who is starting to code as well as to seasoned developers also who is yet to try.
We have now quite an ample of code bindings VS code extension in the marketplace to help us reduce our development time.
I like and use the enhancements to VS 2019. Debug monitoring, unused variables and libraries can be detected,easy debugging and publishing from VS is great.
So far all developments to VS 2019 are good and being used. Sometimes while debugging need to restart debugger to test new changes to .JS and .CSS files. Sometimes I'am able to just refresh screen and continue debugging but most of the times need to restart debugger all the way to see minor .css/.js fixes. This become time consuming
Use VS for .NET development daily and regularly using all versions as progressing with development.
I've now had 20 years of using Visual Studio in its various incarnations, and I still happily use it every day (alongside some additional tools). It has had a consistent interface without too many gigantic changes over that time - though I do recall that I struggled a little when Visual Basic macros were removed in VS2012, and I had to find new solutions for my existing workflows.
In the intervening years VS has added in all that functionality as basic built-in stuff (formatting, headers/footers, easily switching between headers and implementation, etc.).
And the debugger is simply the best I've used, it saves so much time understanding algorithms and fixing issues. Conditional breakpoints can be a massive time-saver, and the profiler has also seen plenty of use throughout the years.
It's a little bit too "Swiss Army Knife" especially during installation, there is a huge amount of functionality that t I personally do not need. Every couple of years I have to clean out the installation for "little things" that are GBs in size that I only needed for a few weeks.
Also for some time around the .NET era us native C++ were left in the cold for a while while Microsoft focused on their own new technology, which was the closest I came to moving away to a different IDE. Unfortunately, nothing I tried at that time close, except maybe XCode but my main OS isn't OSX/MacOS.
It is my go-to development environment for C++ applications and libraries. Even though usually the projects are generated and initially compiled with CMake (cross-platform projects), I still end up doing most coding, tweaking and debugging from within Visual Studio. I use the automatic formatting heavily as well, to avoid running into commit/check-in filters too much when working in my clients' source code repositories.
Because keeps getting updates and supports a lot of different programming languages.
Sometimes some packages glitch out and you have to restart Visual studio in order to make them work again.
I'm developing a lot of solutions for multiple projects and I've realized that Visual studio is one of the more useful IDE's available.
Visual Studio several functionalists which are really great. Some of them are -
1. Ease of finding errors in the debugger and debugging them.
2. Interactive user interface with dark and light theme.
3. There are a lot of external plugins and tools which can be configured in Visual Studio.
The main issue with visual studio is the long start up time. Even after taking a lot of time to start, sometimes the app crash immediately.
Also, the memory use of visual studio is very high
I have used other IDE softwares like JetBrains and Eclipse, Visual Studio is far more superior and better when it comes to ease of use/work.
Solutions/fixes of visual studio are also easily available on websites like StackOverFlow as it is a really popular software among the developer community.
I use visual studio to create/test/debug SSIS and SSRS packages. The interface is user friendly and making complex packages gets easier. The dark theme mode is also very soothing and looks great.
It supports many languages like C,C++,C#, Python. etc.
I like that Visual studio can be used to develop projects and business solutions for any platform using popular programming languages and frameworks. It has a great IDE, great intellisense , diagnostic tools for the apps developer. The server explorer ,Nuget package manager and the solution explorer ,Debugger,extensions and much more. It is the most powerful developement tool. It is also a great tool for computer and mobile game development using Unity game engine and C#.
I dislike that some extensions works well in visual studio but sometime they will make the software crash or behave abnormally. you need better RAM and processor to work smoothly on your PC. Also i didn't like that if a solution has more projects boot time is a bit long. You will definitely need a good machine to work faster.
I am full stack web developer. I mostly use VS to develop Web API, Web apps.It has made my productivity a lot more faster. I am a .NET and Angular developer so it helps me structure the project and make solutions easily and fast. The VS offers great extensions you can add so it makes development faster. You can integrate with any technology. Also it is better for front end development like Angular and React
It is free, high performance, many add ons
need more translations for native language
start using it with add ons
I building the HTML files, CSS and JS. Hints are really usefull
Tight integration with all Microsoft services, native environment for .NET development
Big and clunky, takes a while to load, for light web development it is better to use VSCode
Development of integrated .NET solutions
CPU profiling tools
Not supported for Linux platform or Android development.
Linux or Android (gcc compiler) app development support
Best app for Windows App development
Computer vision algorithm development
PC app development
C/C++ learning purpose