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Microsoft Visual Studio Valuable Features

Alaa T Alhorani - PeerSpot reviewer
Sr. Consultant (Enterprise Architect) at Devoteam

It's a very easy-to-use product.

The support is great. The community and the documentation support for it are great. Whatever you are missing, you are going to find it at Microsoft help.

It's easy to set up.

The stability is good.

You can scale it well.

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Sergio Aranda Parra - PeerSpot reviewer
Business Application Solutions at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees

It's an excellent tool in general. There are a lot of features that are very, very nice in Visual Studio. 

We can publish directly to the premise's servers. I was testing how to publish in a cloud using Azure and it was very easy. There are a lot of good features in Visual Studio and I'm sure we can add different add-ins or add-ons to make it a little more functional as well.

We can manage our code directly via the repository. We are trying to manage the code in DevOps. With Visual Studio, we can connect to DevOps and manage the different versions that we have using the repository.

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Azad Periwal - PeerSpot reviewer
Consultant at ATOS

The product integrates well with Azure Cloud, and it supports a ton of languages.

It also has a very good interface for Git source code management. Then there are a couple of add-ins or plug-ins that are out there in the marketplace that sometimes come in handy. From a developer standpoint, it does a very good job when it comes to debugging. It's a great development tool. 

The initial setup was pretty straightforward. 

The solution has good technical support.

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R&D Director at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees

Visual Studios is a business solution developed by Microsoft. In general, I like it because it integrates many tools into one interface to provide a total solution. I think it is convenient to have everything in one interface.  

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Siddarth Nair - PeerSpot reviewer
RPA Developer at a outsourcing company with 1,001-5,000 employees

Its hard to point the most valuable feature as I see this IDE as a complete package for developers to build software solutions. Live Share, code refactoring, IntelliCode, the debug and diagnosis tooling are all valuable.

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Enterprise Architect - Integrations at BCA

What we like about Microsoft Visual Studio is that it's a comprehensive tool. It has features that work for different plans and it has a wide variety of use cases. It's also a powerful tool and it's quite efficient.

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Admin at IEC (Electoral Commission of South Africa)

The most valuable features of Microsoft Visual Studio are the way we are able to design code, deploy, and test our application. It is easy to move an artifact from the start to the deployment stage. It has well-defined processes that you can integrate with any team. Additionally, the solution is always improving.

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LorenzoMoore - PeerSpot reviewer
IT Project Manager (Assistant Director, Technology Division) at a government with 10,001+ employees

The most valuable feature of Microsoft Visual Studio is the user interface.

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VinodKumar9 - PeerSpot reviewer
Data Analyst at aimleap

I like that it works fine and that it performs better than competing products. I'm very happy with Microsoft Visual Studio.

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Jandy Aditya Pratisto - PeerSpot reviewer
Junior Software Engineer at PT Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk.

One of the most valuable features is its support. It's easy for me to get support even though I never use it. If there's a bug or a performance issue, Microsoft also provides quick updates, and this is another valuable feature of the program.

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Lead Technical Consultant (Information Technology) at a construction company with 1,001-5,000 employees

Microsoft Visual Studio's most valuable features are usability. It's an integrated development environment, they have a lot of built-in tools that will be helpful for a new developer to quickly develop their applications, such as mobile applications or web applications.

There are a lot of materials or online resources that are available. Microsoft Visual Studio is easy to figure out and start working on it.

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Programmer Specialist II at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees

I think the code management is the most convenient and valuable new feature. Deployment of the solution is also a very smooth process.

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ManjitRay - PeerSpot reviewer
Software Engineer at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees

It is easy to integrate with GitHub. We integrate with GitHub, and we deploy our solution on our local system. We need this integration for pushing our code. When we were working with Eclipse, we had to write everything in the command prompt, which is a little bit tricky, whereas Visual Studio is very much UI-based and simple. So, it's very easy to integrate GitHub with Visual Studio. It is much easier than Eclipse.

It is also good for debugging.

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Contractor/ Developer at a computer software company with 11-50 employees

Basically everything. It's a useful integrated development environment.

It is easy to use.

It is simple to use for me.

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Sasank K - PeerSpot reviewer
Software Designer at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Visual Studio makes it easier to compile the code and shows me the errors upfront when coding. For example, it will tell me when a reference is incorrect or if there's a mistake within the function calls. I like how it highlights with a red underline so that I know there's an error at that point.

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Bahattin Yetismis - PeerSpot reviewer
CTO at BE1 consultancy

The most valuable aspect of this solution is the integrated development environment. It also offers a very good integration with Microsoft Cloud.

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RahimKhowaja - PeerSpot reviewer
Chief Information Technology Officer at BMC Solutions

The solution is a very good tool. I like the performance, stability and ease of use. 

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Patrik Plachy - PeerSpot reviewer
Solution Architect at Red Hat

The most valuable feature is the lightweight cross-platform support and the robust architecture. You can easily create, edit, and test any software and develop applications for all the major platforms, including cloud, desktop, and mobile.

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DevOps Engineer at Babel Software

Windows Presentation Foundation or WPF is valuable. It's a tool to give clients a user interface for Windows applications. The summary for mobile applications is also very useful.

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Anteneh Asnake - PeerSpot reviewer
Modern Data Center and Cloud Engineer II at IE Network Solutions PLC

The most valuable feature is how smoothly it runs.

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Wei Hao Ong - PeerSpot reviewer
Information Technology Analyst at a manufacturing company with 501-1,000 employees

We like Visual Studio because you can choose the different types of languages, like JavaScript. I think it's better than the other solutions I used.

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PedroNavarro - PeerSpot reviewer
BI Development & Validation Manager at JT International SA

This solution can integrate with almost any functionality offered by Microsoft.

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Microsoft Visual Studio
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