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Visual Assist 2022.2 is here

Visual Assist 2022.2 has just been released! We have a well-rounded update this time— a number of new features as well as some much needed fixes. Unreal Engine 5 Support The biggest announcement in this release is the the start of official regression and other testing related to Unreal Engine 5. This also comes with some modifications to the IDE UI to make it apparent that our features…
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Tips and Tricks

13 Things About Visual Assist For Visual Studio 2022 You May Not Have Known

If you are already an experienced user of the Visual Assist For Visual Studio 2022 or just looking for a tool that will simplify the process of developing programs using Visual Studio, we have something new to tell you. In this article, we will look at 13 interesting Visual Assist For Visual Studio 2022 features you may not have known yet, but they are definitely useful for you. #1 How to…
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News

Announcing our GDC giveaway winner, plus an important community announcement

Meet our winner We’ve had a couple of giveaways during our stint at GDC last March in San Francisco— the most exciting of which was our Steam Deck giveaway. After drawing from our list of entries, we’re excited to introduce our winner: Rebecca Vessal. We have coordinated with her and she will receive a brand new Steam Deck as soon as stocks are available (even we aren’t immune to…
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Tips and Tricks

10 Undeniable Reasons to Love C++ Extensions

Visual Studio is by far one of the most advanced IDEs in the world. Being one of the oldest IDEs, it is still the most popular in the C++ community. In fact, a JetBrains survey [1] found that 27 percent of C++ developers prefer Visual Studio over any other IDE–the highest for any IDE. Although Visual Studio is a comprehensive IDE, it does not cater to all the development needs.
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