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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 run the normal version of Visual Studio, this is exactly what you need. But if you run the ARM version, you would need an ARM…
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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…
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…
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10 Compelling Reasons Why You Need Visual Assist For Visual Studio 2022

Visual Studio is a great code editor that comes with a lot of features, and it’s one of the most widely used IDE worldwide. However, despite being a powerful IDE, some areas still need improvement. Some Visual Studio extensions and code plugins may significantly impact developers’ productivity, and Visual Assist is one of them. Visual Assist always provides swift support for new…
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Tips and Tricks

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.