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Thursday, May 28, 2009

Visual Studio 2010 New features : Top 5 features

Microsoft announced the .NET Framework 4.0 on 29 September 2008.
The Public Beta was released on 20 May 2009.[3]

Web Development

    JavaScript IntelliSense® is supported in visual studio editor
    One Click Deployment
    Full fledged support for Silverlight to provider rich internet applications

Cloud Development

    Windows Azure™ Tools in Visual Studio 2010 developers can build, debug and deploy services and applications for Microsoft's new cloud platform.

More Databases

    In addition to SQL Server developers will be able to work with IBM DB2 and Oracle databases

Support for developers

    Contextual support helps developers better understand existing code – and write new code more efficiently
    Enable Office tools to make your solutions more flexible and productive for specific needs

    Call Hierarchy enables you to navigate through your code by displaying the following:
        All calls to and from a selected method, property, or constructor
        All implementations of an interface member
        All overrides of a virtual or abstract member
    This enables you to better understand how code flows and to evaluate the effects of changes to code.
    Highlighting References
        This enhancement enables you to highlight all instances of a particular symbol
        in a document by clicking that symbol.
        To navigate between references, you can use CTRL+SHIFT+DOWN ARROW or CTRL+SHIFT+UP ARROW.


Dynamic Support
    Visual C# 2010 provides support for late binding to dynamic types by introducing a new type, dynamic.

Better USER Experience
    Clear UI Organization
    Reduced clutter and complexity
    Improved editor
    Better support for floating documents and windows
    Enhanced document targeting
    Focused animations for action feedback

Parallel Programming
    Parallel programming is simplified, so both native- and managed-code developers can  productively build innovative applications.
    IDE support for parallel programming

Full support for IronPython, IronRuby, and F#.[32]

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