Last week, Microsoft announced the release of Visual Studio 2022, as well as C# 10, F# 6 and .NET 6. The release marks the first time Visual Studio runs as a 64bit application and it’s available for download now.
Details of the release from the Microsoft developer blog:
In this release, we focused on super-charging the edit and debug cycle.
Visual Studio 2022 has IntelliCode. It’s an AI-assisted code companion that enables you to type less and code more. What this means is IntelliCode can now complete whole lines of code for you, allowing you to write dependable code in just two taps of the tab key. IntelliCode can also spot repeated edits and suggest fixes throughout your codebase where there are similar patterns.
Once you’ve made those changes and have your app running, Hot Reload for .NET and C++ gives you the opportunity to update your code and see changes immediately. What’s more, you won’t need to redeploy and launch your application. And there are hundreds of other things under the hood that will help you. Some of the others include improvements in the debugger and .NET language service as well as new features, like Web Live Preview and cross-platform testing on Linux. There are so many new capabilities and fixes that we just can’t list them here, but we have in our release notes and documentation.
Visual Studio 2022 is the IDE for you. It’s for every developer, from apps built with Windows Forms and Win32, to Blazor, to cloud-native applications based on containers, to applications that use machine learning.
Visual Studio 2022 Release Notes
.NET 6 Details
C# 10 What’s New
Cascadia Code Font
You can learn more about the Visual Studio 2022 release in the video below.