Visual Studio 2017 has officially launched and the latest version of Visual Studio is now available for download, and there’s a whole heck of a lot of new stuff to check out.

Visual Studio grew from an IDE to a suite of products and services, including Visual Studio Team Services, Visual Studio Code, and many others. The family of Visual Studio products extends across platforms, enabling developers to build mobile-first, cloud-first apps that span Android, iOS, Linux, MacOS, and Windows. It also offers industry-leading DevOps practices across all types of projects, as well as tight integration with the Azure cloud.

The full list of changes is absolutely massive, but some of the highlights include a brand-new installation experience, much speedier startup and load times, and new Git features in Team Explorer. Visual Studio 2017 also adds the ability for you to build your own extensions to customize the VS experience for yourself. For the full, detailed list of changes in Visual Studio 2017, be sure to check out the complete release notes.

The best thing is the latest innovations from Visual Studio, .NET, Xamarin, Azure, and more helps developers to build wide range of apps and software’s for their requirements. Recently The team of Visual studio has also announced visual studio 2017 promo code & coupons for their old customers as a promotional launch.

New in Visual Studio

Visual Studio for Mac – The IDE you love, now on the Mac
Team Foundation Server 2017 – The collaboration platform for every developer

Visual Studio IDE for Windows and Mac – Develop apps for Android, iOS, Mac, Windows, web, and cloud

Write your code fast Debug and diagnose with ease, Test often, release with confidence, Extend and customize to your liking , Collaborate efficiently

Visual Studio Mobile Center – Mission control for your mobile apps Ship five-star apps faster with automated, cloud-based continuous integration, automated testing, app distribution, and analytics

Visual Studio Team Services – Plan better, code together and ship faster, Agile planning, Social coding with Git, Continuous integration and delivery, Any IDE/editor and language

Visual Studio Code – Code editing, redefined, Edit and debug apps on any OS with Built-in Git support

Even Visual Studio has celebrating 20 years of Happy Birthday wishes and people has showed there loved towards visual studio by posting messages and comments at the launch event and also on the Microsoft social profiles.

Recently Microsoft Office 2016 launch also brought wider customers for their Office 365 and office 2016 suites, which help visual studio customers in their development process.