Visual Studio 2022 In-Depth: Explore the Fantastic Features of Visual Studio 2022 – 2nd Edition
Develop Intelligent Hybrid and Cross-platform Applications with Powerful Coding Assistance for Developers
Visual Studio 2022 is the most professional and sophisticated IDE for.NET and C# developers. This book provides comprehensive coverage of Visual Studio 2022, including all the tools and capabilities you can use to improve and streamline the software development process.
Author Ockert J. du Preez takes you under the scenes of the Visual Studio IDE and guides you through the newest 2022 version in this revised and enlarged second edition. You will discover new areas of the application and the best way to utilize the capabilities you already know as soon as you install it.
The following are some of the essential elements of this newer edition:
- Create cross-platform mobile and desktop applications using.NET MAUI.
- Utilize IntelliCode, an AI-powered code completion tool, for next-generation developer productivity.
- Work with the Razor Editor and troubleshoot problems with visualizations.
- Build, test, and debug.NET, C#, and C++ applications.
- Enhance coding skills to create effective web, mobile, and Azure solutions.
- Get Visual Studio 2022 rolling on Linux and macOS systems.
- Create and use custom IDE extensions.
The book exemplifies topics such as extending Visual Studio with your customizations to make it function as you desire effectively. The book will help you learn everything you need to know about.NET 6, diagnosing and debugging programs, and utilizing all the collaborative tools in Visual Studio 2022. This book will teach you how to use the brand new AI IntelliCode and implement .NET MAUI and C++ 20 features.
Who this book is for
This is the book for you, developers, and programmers who wish to master Visual Studio and produce high-quality code in any deployment setting and for any application. You only need to be familiar with.NET and C#. Nothing else is required.
Cover Page Title Page Copyright Page Dedication Page About the Author Acknowledgement Preface Errata Table of Contents Section - I: Getting to Know the Visual Studio 2022 IDE Introduction 1. Getting Started with Visual Studio 2022 Structure Objectives Why Visual Studio 2022? The Solution Explorer The Properties window Data Sources window Server Explorer window Azure Data connections Servers SharePoint connections Toolbox New features of Visual Studio 2022 New project dialog box IntelliCode completions Document indicator Solution filter Visual Studio 2022 updates Requirements and prerequisites Supported Operating Systems Hardware Supported languages Visual Studio 2022 Editions Installation options Windows Web and Cloud Mobile and gaming Other toolsets Choosing what to install Launching Visual Studio 2022 Conclusion Key topics Points to remember Questions Answers 2. Having a Look at .NET 6 Introduction Structure Objectives .NET Framework history Components of .NET Framework The Common Language Runtime The .NET Framework class library (FCL) New features in .NET 6 Blazor desktop apps .NET SDK Optional Workload improvements .NET SDK: NuGet package validation Application-wide default font Fast inner loop New Math APIs .NET 6 enhancements .NET Multi-platform App UI (.NET MAUI) System.Linq enhancements Date and Time enhancements Conclusion Key topics Questions Answers References 3. Language and Coding Changes in C# Introduction Structure Objectives The C# language Variables and constants Datatypes Creating / declaring variables Naming conventions Arrays and collections Arrays Collections Queues Stack Hashtable Enums Selection statements Iteration statements Source Code Generators Support Top-level statements Conclusion Questions Answers 4. Digging into the Visual Studio 2022 IDE Introduction Structure Objectives Standard IDE Windows Menus Toolbars Design Window Data sources Toolbox Team Explorer / Git Changes Notifications Resource view JSON outline Project properties window Add reference window Code window Debugging windows Output window Quick Watch Locals Tasks List Comparing desktop, mobile and web IDEs Windows Forms ASP.NET Xamarin.Forms (Mobile) Desktop IDE Mobile IDE Web IDE Visual Studio for Mac Visual Studio 2022 extensions Finding and installing extensions Image optimizer Creating a very basic extension IDE Productivity Power Tools Conclusion Key topics Points to remember Questions Answers Section - II: Using The Tools in Visual Studio 2022 5. AI IntelliCode Structure Objectives IntelliSense Template IntelliSense improvements in C++ Peek Window UI and live edits Nested template support Default argument watermarks AI IntelliCode Advantages of using IntelliCode Assisted IntelliSense Recommendations for types, based on code Inferring code style and formatting conventions Finding issues faster Focused code reviews Team completions Train models for team completions Argument completion Style and formatting conventions EditorConfig Conclusion Key Topics Points to remember Questions Answers 6. Built-in Coding Experience Tools Structure Objectives Built-In tools Hot Reload Force Run to Cursor Updated Icons Cascadia Code Product Themes Setting a theme in Visual Studio 2022 Conclusion Key topics Points to remember Questions Answers References 7. Diagnostics and Debugging Tools Structure Objectives Code cleanup Applying implicit / explicit type preferences Applying ‘this.’ qualification preferences Applying language/framework type preferences Add/remove braces for single-line control statements Add accessibility modifiers Apply expression/block body preferences Apply inline ‘out’ variables preferences Apply object/collection initialization preferences Search bar on debugging windows Search and highlighting Search navigation Search depth Debugging applications – Debugging in general Breakpoints Navigating code during debug mode Debug multiple processes Instrumentation profiler Collection via instrumentation Collection via sampling T-SQL debugger Conclusion Key topics Points to remember Questions Answers References Section - III: Advanced Tools 8. Web Tools and Extensions Structure Objectives Web Frameworks ASP.NET MVC Framework DotNetNuke (DNN Platform) MonoRail Blazor Getting started with Blazor and Visual Studio 2022 Setting up Blazor Web API Creating a new Web API application Azure Conclusion Key topics Points to remember Questions Answers 9. Mobile Tools Structure Objectives JSON JSON structure JSON Schemas Combining multiple subschemas allOf anyOf oneOf not Complex schemas Xamarin Installing Xamarin Xamarin.Forms Creating a Xamarin.Forms App .NET MAUI Emulators and simulators Differences between simulators or emulators to test apps Visual Studio 2022 Android Emulator Setting up a new device Conclusion Key topics Points to remember Questions 10. Azure Tools Structure Objectives Azure Internet of Things SAP on Azure Artificial Intelligence Microsoft AI platform Azure AI Azure DevOps Practising a DevOps model Azure Blockchain Service Conclusion Key topics Points to remember Questions Answers Section - IV: Advanced Topics Introduction 11. C++ 20 Structure Objectives New C++ 20 language features Language features New attributes New specifiers Consteval Coroutines Modules Abbreviated function templates Conclusion Key topics Points to remember Questions Answers References Appendix 'A' Introduction Structure Objectives Cross-platform applications CMake WSL Grep Sed Awk Visual Studio for Mac Conclusion Index
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