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Visual Assist 2022.1 has arrived

It’s a new year for Visual Assist! This was slightly earlier than expected, but in the interest of making sure that updates and fixes get to you as quickly as possible, we’ve decided on an early release! You can download the latest version of VAX here. New features We’ve added a few notable changes in this release. The first one is adding syntax support for C++20’s feature…
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Improving Visual Assist: We need your opinion

Good day! The Whole Tomato team is looking to improve the Visual Assist experience in other fields, and we are inviting you to join us! We are currently looking for focus group participants in the financial service sector. Eligible participants include programmers or…
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Visual Studio 2022 Support!

Hello! We have very good news today. We just released Visual Assist 2021.5 and it has our official support for the Visual Studio 2022 release. This blog could be as short as that sentence, but I’d like to write a bit more about our support and how we got here.
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Visual Assist 2021.4 is released! (And notes on Visual Studio 2022)

We are pleased to have just released Visual Assist 2021.4. VAX uses a rolling release mechanism, so it will be a couple of weeks until VAX notifies you in-product and a couple more before it’s available on the Visual Studio store, but you can download Visual Assist 2021.4 today from our website. VAX 2021.4 is a quality-focused release. Our last release, 2021.3, was mostly focused on…
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Visual Studio 2022 preview version 4 support

Just a quick note to let you know that we are aware of a blocking issue while using the latest version of VA in Preview 4. We offered initial beta support for 3.x, however we do not recommend installing Visual Assist on the latest preview as the hangs will render the IDE…
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Unreal Engine ‘Quality Of Life’ in Visual Assist 2021.2

The first two releases of Visual Assist this year contain some great Unreal Engine quality-of-life improvements you may want to take advantage of. While we’ve always announced features in our changelog and release blogs, we’re starting to blog in greater detail about some of what we change — our December blog about reducing memory usage started this — and this time we’ll dig a bit…
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Busy Busy Busy!

Are you busy? I know we are. Our development team has been taking a hard look at what’s going on in the development landscape, and I thought we could share a few things that we’ve got going on behind the scenes: Visual Studio 2022 Public Preview is Here Visual…
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How to Set Up Visual Assist

Visual Assist is a coding productivity tool for C++ and C# developers. It extends Visual Studio to make the programming experience better by providing tools for understanding code, checking code, and writing code. Some of its benefits include fast navigation, code inspection…
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Bartłomiej Filipek Reveals Why He's a Big Fan of Visual Assist

Bartlomiej Filipek is a software developer from the Polish city of Cracow. Bartek, as he prefers to be called, started coding when he was 14 years old, after reading “C++ in 24h”, and got his first real programming job in 2007. Bartek broad professional experience includes Native Windows Desktop Apps, OpenGL, Gamedev, BioFeedback games, .NET, large-scale app development, flight planning…
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