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Build Announcements

Visual Assist 2022.4 now available

The fourth update to Visual Assist 2022 is here! This release updates some core Visual Assist behaviors, adds a key C++ language feature, and adds support for external configuration files. The release also continues initiatives on shader code from the previous release. If you haven’t updated yet, download the latest release here. Parser changes One of the highlights of this release is…
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News

Visual Assist 2022 Year End Summary

Another year is once again coming to a close and with it comes a slew of changes to our favorite Visual Studio plugin. Visual Assist has had four releases this year—all filled with useful tweaks, bug fixes, and optimizations but here are the most important updates you need to know (in no particular order). Visual Assist core parser behavior updated. While generally a staple change, new features…
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Tips and Tricks

Visual Assist and ARM

On Tuesday, Microsoft announced that Visual Studio now officially runs on Windows ARM. What does this mean for Visual Assist? Visual Assist is a native plugin, so compiled for either 32-bit or 64-bit Intel depending on which version of Visual Studio you’re using. If you…
Tips and Tricks

The Ideal Visual Studio Companions

If you’re using Visual Assist, then you realize that some areas in Visual Studio need extra functionality and support. Extensions provide users quick solutions to make their IDEs perform better in a specific area like adding markdown support, getting better code analysis, and more. This is a very effective method to streamline your workflow and increase your productivity. But if you find…
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Build Announcements

Visual Assist 2022.3 now available

Visual Assist 2022.3 is out and brings some exciting news for those working with graphics shaders! It also adds a pair of code inspection checks, as well as a new navigation option for Open File in Solution. Visual Assist HLSL support High-level shader language (HLSL), while vaguely similar to C in syntax, is a distinct language and thus most native Visual Studio features may behave…
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