Microsoft Officially Launches 'Visual Studio for Mac' With Cross-Platform App Coding

After spending months in preview, Microsoft today 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.

Thanks to integration with Xamarin, a cross-platform software development company that Microsoft acquired last year, Visual Studio encourages macOS and iOS developers "to use Microsoft’s development tools, since they will no longer need a Windows computer or virtual machine to do so." Visual Studio has been designed natively for macOS, according to Microsoft, letting developers manage their code hosted by any provider, including GitHub and Visual Studio Team Services.

See https://www.macrumors.com/2017/05/10/microsoft-visual-studio-for-mac/
Microsoft Officially Launches 'Visual Studio for Mac' With Cross-Platform App Coding

Microsoft Officially Launches 'Visual Studio for Mac' With Cross-Platform App Coding

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