At Build 2017, Microsoft announced general availability for the Mac version of Visual Studio. It’s available to download now, and the company promises some big features that may have you switching IDEs.
It’s not the first time we’ve talked Visual Studio for Mac. Back in November 2016, Microsoft released it as a beta for eager developers. Now that it’s worked out the bugs, the company is releasing the first GA (general availability) candidate.
Supporting C#, F#, .NET Core, ASP.NET Core, Xamarin and Unity, Visual Studio for Mac is a native application. It also leans heavily into Azure, on which Microsoft is hanging its hat at this year’s Build conference. “Visual Studio for Mac brings the integrated development environment (IDE) loved by millions to the Mac,” said Scott Guthrie, Microsoft’s Executive Vice President of Cloud and Enterprise. “Developers get a great IDE and a single environment to not only work on end-to-end solutions – from mobile and web apps to games – but also to integrate with and deploy to Azure.”
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Visual Studio will allow Mac-centric developers to build, deploy and debug in Azure, which Microsoft hopes will encourage more cross-platform development. It also shares code with the Windows version via Azure, which should help with collaboration.
For Windows users, Visual Studio 2017 version 15.2 is likewise available. It returns Python to Visual Studio, and resurfaces the Data Science workload that encompasses R, Python and F#. Version 15.3 is also in beta, adding accessibility features and a .NET Core2.0 preview. It has Live Unit Testing for .NET Core projects, C++ standard conformance, enhancement in continuous delivery for ASP.NET, and ASP.NET Core projects targeting Azure App Services and improvements in container development.
Developing Windows software on a Mac, seems so oxymoron.
— Bryan Rahn (@BryanRahn) May 10, 2017
The downside? This all leads back to Microsoft. Mac-based devs still can’t natively code in Swift or Objective-C via Visual Studio, nor can they access Apple’s various kits. That’s not entirely Microsoft’s fault, but highlights some disparity in its “cloud first, mobile first” thinking.
But as-is, Microsoft’s IDE does feel like a refresh of Xcode. It’s brighter, with a bit more whitespace, and loses a bit of the functionality Apple has held onto with its IDE (which also bogs it down). Visually stunning, Visual Studio is unabashedly meant for Azure applications, where Microsoft is making deep investments.
If you’re curious about the software’s capabilities, you can download Visual Studio for Mac directly from Microsoft.-->
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Visual Studio 2017 for Mac contains many new and exciting features and IDE productivity enhancements tosupport cross-platform desktop app development, cross-platform mobile development, Azure development, web and cloud development,and more. To try out Visual Studio 2017 for Mac, see the Downloads page.For more information about everything that's new in this release, see theVisual Studio 2017 for Mac release notes.
For information on the system requirements for installing and running the Visual Studio 2017 for Mac family of products, see the Visual Studio 2017 for Mac System Requirement page.
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Visual Studio for Mac provides cutting-edge tools and technologies to create apps that take advantage of thelatest platform capabilities, for macOS, Android, iOS, tvOS, and watchOS, as well as web sites, services, and games.
Visual Studio 2017 for Mac Support for Android Development
Visual Studio 2017 for Mac enables you to build native Android apps using Xamarin and C#. You can use Unity to build Android games.
You can use the Android SDK Manager to easily obtain the Android SDK and Android API levels.You can download additional API levels separately using the Android SDK Manager.
For more information, see Android development with Visual Studio for Mac.
Visual Studio 2017 for Mac Support for iOS Development
Visual Studio 2017 for Mac enables you to build native iOS apps using Xamarin and C#. You can use Unity to build iOS games.
For more information, see iOS development with Visual Studio for Mac.
Visual Studio 2017 for Mac Support for macOS/OS X Development
Visual Studio 2017 for Mac enables you to build console applications and Cocoa (desktop) applications for macOS.
For more information, see macOS development with Visual Studio for Mac.
Visual Studio 2017 for Mac Support for ASP.NET Core Development
ASP.NET Core is an open-source and cross-platform framework for building modern cloud based internet connected applications, such as web apps and services, IoT apps, and mobile backends.
For more information, see .NET Core and to get started follow this hands-on lab.
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Visual Studio 2017 for Mac Support for Unity Game Development
Visual Studio for Mac Tools for Unity is a free Visual Studio extension that turns Visual Studio for Mac into a powerful tool for developing cross-platform games and apps with the Unity platform.
For more information, see Visual Studio Tools for Unity and to get started follow this hands-on lab.
Other Platforms and Technologies
Visual Studio 2017 for Mac also supports the following platforms and technologies. For more information, seehttps://visualstudio.microsoft.com/vs/.
- .NET Core 1.1. For more information see https://dot.net/core
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Use the Provide a Suggestion link on the welcome page in Visual Studio for Mac, or visit Developer Community page directly. From here you can add new requests or vote on existing ideas. To report a problem, follow these instructions.