2Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 Preview Released
On June 26, Microsoft released Visual Studio 2013 Preview, the company’s integrated solution for building modern apps across devices and services. With a wide range of new features, Visual Studio 2013 makes it easier and faster for developers to create applications and services, using modern lifecycle practices that span across mobile devices, client and the cloud.
3Browser Link—Three Connected Browsers
4CodeLens—Changesets and Enhanced Scrollbar
5Connected IDE—Notifications Center With One Alert
6Connected IDE—Sync Settings
Visual Studio 2013 Preview introduces a connected IDE experience, enabling developers to move from machine to machine while maintaining their custom settings. Synchronized settings include categories such as keyboard shortcuts, Visual Studio appearance theme and more, all while keeping the user in full control through the synchronized settings option.
7Debugging—Async in Task Window
Visual Studio already supports “Go to Definition,” which opens a new document window to host the file containing the definition for the referenced symbol and, as of Visual Studio 2012, supports this in a “preview” window. Now, in Visual Studio 2013, Peek Definition gives developers the option of viewing inline as part of the current document the file defining the target symbol.