Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Why should move to Visual Studio 2010

  • Built-in tools for Windows 7, including multitouch and "ribbon" UI components
  • Rich, new editor with built-in Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)
  • Multimonitor support
  • New Quick Search, which helps to find relevant results with intellisense support
  • Great support for developing and deploying Microsoft Office 2010, SharePoint 2010, and Windows Azure applications
  • Multicore development support that allow to parallelize applications and a new specialized debugger to help to track the tasks and threads
  • Improvements to the ASP.NET AJAX framework, core JavaScript IntelliSense support, and the inclusion in Visual Studio 2010 of JQuery, the open-source library for DOM interactions
  • Multitargeting/multiframework support
  • Support for developing WPF and Silverlight applications with enhanced drag-and-drop support and data binding
  • Featured support for Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2010 (and previous versions) using Team Explorer
  • Integrated support for test-driven development
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