Visualization tools have been around for a while now, but the Microsoft team is finally bringing them to the preview version of Visual Studio.
The company released a new preview version on Tuesday that is the first to incorporate a new visual style called “visual encoding”.
The idea behind it is that Microsoft is trying to create a more immersive environment in which you can make the most of all the power of the Visual Studio IDE.
It also offers more flexible tooling than what’s currently available, including more tools for the compiler and the runtime.
Here’s what you need to know about this new feature.
The Visual Studio Preview is a preview.
It will include features not available in the final product.
For example, it’s possible that we may see new features in the preview release that aren’t yet included in the current preview version.
Visual Studio is not yet ready to ship to customers, but it’s likely to be available to download on Thursday, the day of the Windows Insider Program launch.