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Visual Assist 2023.4 now released

VA 2023.4 is now published and is now available to download!  This release marks a major milestone in Visual Assist’s history as it starts its official support for Unity engine development. Also in this release: start of support for CUDA development for C/C++ and numerous parser improvements. Read on further to get the complete details of the changes and improvements in this release. Start of…
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Tips and TricksWebinar Recap

Summer Codefest: Lambdas go Baa! [Recap]

Webinar overview:  This presentation by product manager, David Millington, talks about the convenient way to define an anonymous function object added in C++11. This topic was chosen because while it’s extremely useful, the data we see is that there tend to be two groups of C++ developers: those who use them extensively, and those who barely use them. When to use lambdas: The main benefits…
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Tips and TricksWebinar Recap

Summer CodeFest: Next-Level Concurrency: Enhancing Scalability with C++20 [Recap]

This session has concluded watch the replay or download the slides below. The first Summer CodeFest presentation has concluded! Whole Tomato’s very own lead developer Chris Gardner lead the first session on enhancing your program’s scalability with concurrency techniques in C++! We’ve prepared a short introductory article about concurrency and a short history on C++ support for threads…
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Webinar Recap

Tapping into Limitless Code Inspections: What's New in Visual Assist 2023.2 [Webinar Recap]

In this webinar, we’re talking about Visual Assist 2023.2 and its exciting new features. Learn more about the improved shader extension support and greatly expanded code inspections. Create more advanced and realistic graphics, utilize limitless code inspections, and write more reliable and efficient code.  Our team of experts will take you on a tour of the new features, highlighting their…
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