?We?re excited to celebrate the launch of Visual Studio 2010 with developers around the world today,? stated Microsoft president of the Server and Tools Business Bob Muglia ?Customer and partner feedback was instrumental in shaping this release. The functionality of Visual Studio 2010, .NET Framework 4 and Silverlight 4 creates a powerful and unique combination, opening up new opportunities for developers to build applications that take advantage of new and existing devices, as well as emerging platforms like cloud services.?
Microsoft has announced the general availability of Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4. Silverlight 4 is also being released to the web. The new editor of Visual Studio uses Windows Presentation Foundation, which supports multiple monitors. SharePoint functionality is supported within Visual Studio for the firs time. There is a feature called IntelliTrace, which records an application’s execution history to provide information of when a bug has occurred.
The professional version of Microsoft Visual Studio has a starting MSRP of $799. Find out more information at the Visual Studio Support website. [Microsoft PressPass]