Microsoft has announced new iOS 8.1 Preview features for developers.
The latest release of Visual Studio comes with a bunch of new features, including: A brand new developer dashboard, with new and updated documentation.
A new Developer Tools extension, which provides developers with more control over their applications and tools.
Ability to download the latest version of VisualStudio on Apple devices, including iPads, Macs, and Windows PCs.
Support for iOS 9, including iOS 8 support and improvements.
Read on for the full list of changes.
The developer dashboard features a redesigned user interface, with an improved design for the top-level views.
The new dashboard includes an Advanced settings page and an App Settings page, allowing developers to tweak the interface for specific use cases.
The new dashboard also features a new and improved documentation.
Developers can now access developer tools directly from the Developer Dashboard, and they can also use the new Developer Options menu to manage their app and tools settings.
Users can also opt-in to the new DevTools Extension, which allows developers to upload their code to Visual Studio for inclusion in future releases of Visual C++, the company’s next major version of its popular C++ runtime.
“With the new SDK we’re making it easy for developers to get their apps on the App Store and start building great apps.
With these new features and the new developer tools, Visual Studio is an amazing IDE for iOS developers,” said James M. Caughey, the Senior Vice President of Developer Platforms for Microsoft.
Microsoft also announced a new Developer Services extension that will enable developers to extend their existing apps to support multiple platforms, including Windows, Linux, Mac, and Linux Mobile.
This extension will allow developers to include cross-platform code in their apps, and it will allow them to include multiple versions of a single library, allowing for better cross-device compatibility.
As with the previous Developer Tools extensions, the extension will also allow developers a way to easily export their code, and Microsoft says that it is available now on the Developer Services Dashboard.
You can also install the developer tools extension, and developers can access it through the Developer Tools menu.
Developers can use the extension to upload code and other data to Visual C#, the latest Visual C++) and Visual C ++ runtime.
Developers will be able to export their app’s source code and all associated files to a shared project, so they can use this data for other apps.
Finally, Microsoft is releasing an enhanced version of the Developer Platform Tools.
Developers have been able to access the Developer Console for many years, and now, with the new Console, developers can open and view the Developer tools in a new tab, and navigate between them in an interactive way.
With the Console, Visual C and Visual Studio developers can also see how the various tools are configured and configured, including the current version of a tool, its properties, and even how it interacts with other tools.
Microsoft has also released a new preview of the Visual Studio developer console.
Developers should check out the new preview to see if it’s ready to use.
Developers also have the option to open the Developer Options panel, and from there, they can enable or disable several of the new Preview features.