Visual Studio 2013 UI changes seem imminent. This obviously means that developers of Visual Studio extensions are really going to love Microsoft after the latest change. Luckily the change isn’t radical at all (not that I minded the Visual Studio 2010 UI) but I do think that the Visual Studio 2013 UI changes could have taken a back seat to fixing VS performance etc.
Martin Hinshelwood then talks about installing Visual Studio 2013 on Server 2012. He provides some really great screenshots and great explanations. So be sure to check out his post below.
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Feature link: Visual Studio 2013 UI
- Designing the Visual Studio 2013 User Experience, Eric Zocher
- Monitor your Computer Remotely Using Dropbox, Abhishek Macwan
- Welcome. Sign in to Visual Studio, Anthony Cangialosi
- New resources for Android developers: getting started with Windows 8 development, Olivier Bloch
- File handling with Windows.Storage APIs, Adam Denning
- Installing Visual Studio 2013 on Server 2012, Martin Hinshelwood
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