Visual Studio Mac

A mobile-first, cloud-first IDE. Made for the Mac

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Matthew Dunn
  • Matthew Dunn
    Matthew DunnChief Explainer, Say It Visually

    Fast, great formatting, extensions, language-specific goodies


    'not a real IDE' - meh...

    One of my favorite Mac apps is from Microsoft :-) VSC is terrific, and the update cycle + we-are-listening approach is worthy of a startup. Oh, did I mention that it's free?!? Park your Anti-Microsoft legacies and give it a try.

    Matthew Dunn has used this product for one year.
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Maxim Ananov
Maxim Ananov@pointum · Distraction Dimmer •
No Swift.NET yet?
Derek E. Silva
Derek E. Silva@dereksilva
This is ultimately just a re-branded Xamarin, and that's fine.
Joost Schuur
Joost SchuurHunter@joostschuur · Platform Evangelist, Playmob
Mac Preview 1 now available. Release notes.
Hussein Yahfoufi
Hussein Yahfoufi@husseinyahfoufi · Family and Tech.
Visual Studio for Mac ... says it all
Pietz Prove
Pietz Prove@gopietz · Media Computer Science Student
@husseinyahfoufi is that bad or good? im actually totally in love with Visual Studio Code. I think its by far the best Editor/IDE Hybrid. Its the only Windows product I'd call fantastic. If they build on that knowledge this might be great in the future.
Hussein Yahfoufi
Hussein Yahfoufi@husseinyahfoufi · Family and Tech.
@gopietz I think this is great! I would also love to see .Net go full open source and be more widely used. Seems like MSFT is headed in that direction.
Ilmi Ali
Ilmi Ali@ilmi_ali
@gopietz @husseinyahfoufi I agree! Love Visual Studio Code! I have tried Sublime and Atom, and gotta say, Visual Studio Code might be the best thing from Microsoft :D
Jeff Rogers
Jeff Rogers@j3ffr0g3rs
I'm ready for a next gen IDE -- available on all platforms including iOS -- where code, dependencies, compiling and distribution are handled in the cloud.