Published On: Mon, Jun 29th, 2015

Microsoft’s Visual Studio 2015 Will Launch On Jul 20


Microsoft currently announced that Visual Studio 2015 (VS 2015), a latest chronicle of a company’s integrated growth environment, will launch on Jul 20.

This latest chronicle severely emphasizes cross-platform development, with support for targeting Windows, iOS and Android, in partial by a support for a Apache Cordova plan and Xamarin‘s app growth platform.

Microsoft has also partnered with a likes of Unity, Epic Games (the association behind a Unreal engine) and Chukong Technologies (the developers of Cocos2d) to raise built-in support for diversion growth with VS 2015.

Other new facilities in VS 2015 embody support for extensions, new evidence and debugging tools, an emulator for Android developers, built-in support for Application Insights and various user interface and opening tweaks.

As a association announced in March, Visual Studio will come in dual subscription flavors: Enterprise and Pro (that’s down from 3 opposite editions in prior versions). The association will also offer a standalone, non-subscription chronicle of Visual Studio Professional for $499. Microsoft will also offer a giveaway Community book of VS 2015 for open source projects, educational research, preparation and tiny teams.

The launch date is not a finish surprise, given that Windows 10 will launch hardly a week after VS 2015, on Jul 29.

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