Visual Studio 2017 Version 15.2 Rolls Out!Version 15.3 Preview Also Available

In March Microsoft Officially Launched Best Newest Edition Of Visual Studio 2017.
Today Microsoft Release Visual Studio Version 15.2 Which Is In Preview  Version Last Month.

What's New In Visual Studio 2017 Version 15.2?

  • Data Science And Analytical Applications Workload Has Been Added.
  • The Python Development Workload Is Now Localized In All Supported Visual Studio Language Packs.
  • Side-by-side Support For TypeScript Compiler Versions.
  • You Can Now Pass Command Line Debug Arguments In JavaScript UWP Applications. This Was Previously Available For C#, VB, And C++ UWP Applications. Note: There Is An Issue With Passing Command Line Arguments To The Simulator In This Release.
  • Multiple Team Explorer Fixes.
  • You Can Now Change The Location Of Where Packages Are Cached Or Even Disable Caching Of Packages During Install, Modify, Or Repair.
  • Multiple F# Tools Improvements.
  • CMake Integration Now Supports CMake 3.7.2. This Updated CMake Menu Is Based On Your Feedback.
  • Linux C++ Now Enables Improved Type Visualization During Debugging.
  • Fixed Issue Where Visual Studio 2017 May Not Launch When Installed Alongside Visual Studio 2005 Or Earlier.
  • The Game Development With Unity Workload Now Offers To Install Unity 5.6.
In Today's Build 2017 Developer Conference Microsoft Announced That Visual Studio Version 15.3 Preview Available With Bug Fixes & New Functionalities.
In Visual Studio Version 15.3 Preview You Can Now Create .NET Core Console Applications, And .NET Core And .NET Standard Class Libraries Using Visual Basic.

Download Visual Studio Preview From This Link.

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