Microsoft Releases Visual Studio Roadmap with many new features
The company lists the ongoing work and divides it into two periods: Q2 (April-June) in 2018 and the third quarter (July-September) in 2018.
In the first phase, developers will be expected to see a large number of new features and improvements, including JIT, debugging and .NET Core Step Back, customizing Visual Studio installation location, improving startup and solution loading performance, and building F# Azure functions and F# ASP.NET Core project and more.
The second phase of the plan is currently relatively small, but still contains many things worth looking forward to. Including improvements to IntelliSense, the C++ debugger’s fallback feature, using the command line to push to the Visual Studio Marketplace, and the ability to use Visual Studio between displays with different DPIs.
Of course, Microsoft also said that this is only a relatively crude time plan, which may change when it is implemented. In addition, the roadmap only lists some of the major features, not exhaustive follow-up features.