Microsoft released Visual Studio 2017. For the complete list of changes in the release, check out the Visual Studio 2017 release notes.
What’s new in Visual Studio 2017?
- Boosted productivity. Enhancements to code navigation, IntelliSense, refactoring, code fixes, and debugging, saves you time and effort on everyday tasks regardless of language or platform.
Keyboard Shortcuts for GoTo
|Go To All||Go To Line||Go To File||Go To Type||Go To Member||Go To Symbol|
|Shortcut||Ctrl+T or Ctrl+,||Ctrl+G||Ctrl+1, F||Ctrl+1, T||Ctrl+1, M||Ctrl+1, S|
|Query Prefix||No prefix||:||f||t||m||#|
- Redefined fundamentals. There is a renewed focus to enhance the efficiency of the fundamental tasks that developers encounter on daily basis.
- Streamlined Azure development. Built-in suite of Azure tools that enable developers to easily create cloud-first applications powered by Microsoft Azure.
- Five-star mobile development. With advanced debugging and profiling tools and unit test generation features, Visual Studio 2017 with Xamarin makes it faster and easier than ever for developers to build, connect, and tune mobile apps for Android, iOS, and Windows.
The Visual Studio Ecosystem
Many customers extend Visual Studio with solutions from the Visual Studio Marketplace.
One of the more popular extensions is Microsoft’s Productivity Power Tools.
Also, today available a preview of the Python Tools.