October 2012 Entries

Introducing Code Map for Visual Studio 2012 September CTP

As part of the Visual Studio 2012 CTP for September, Visual Studio got a little sexier at helping you discover and visualize your code. The introduction of the Code Map feature helps compliment the variety of other tools that are included with Visual Studio to help you analyze and visualize your projects and solutions. Code Map leverages the dgml format within Visual Studio that is currently used b the Architecture and Modeling tools. This is a nice addition that gets us from point A to point B a ......

Visual Studio 2012 Coded UI technology matrix updated!

The Visual Studio 2012 support matrix for Automated UI Testing (Coded UI) has been released by Microsoft and the full post can be found here. Thank you Shubhra! There are a couple of items on the list that you should definitely keep your eye on. The first item is the support for Silverlight 4 and 5. This should make the Silverlight community happy. I would also note the Planned items (blue dot) which are cross browser support and Flash/Java. Happy Coding ......

Visual Studio 2012 and Team Foundation Server 2012 moving to continuous delivery!

For those of you who like the new features of Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server 2012, you will need to get ready for continuous delivery. Microsoft is ramping up to start delivering a CTP for the mentioned products every 3 weeks and having those roll up to quarterly updates. That is going to be an amazing change!

You can find the list of the first CTP’s at Charles Sterling’s Blog located here.