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Visual Studio Professional 2022

Visual Studio Professional 2022

Microsoft

Visual Studio Professional 2022 is a fully featured development environment that developers around the world know and love. Our first 64-bit IDE makes it easier to work with even bigger projects and more complex workloads. Enhance your productivity, write high-quality code, and re-imagine collaboration with an advanced suite of tools and built-in integrations to tackle the most challenging development workflows and deliver innovative apps.

1,701.00 SAR

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Code faster, work smarter

Create the future with Visual Studio Professional 2022.

64-bit IDE scales to any project

Develop apps for modern platforms

AI-powered code completions

Shared coding sessions, in real time

Get ready to ship and deploy to the cloud

Stop problems before they’re problems

Integrated debugging is a core part of every Visual Studio product. You can step through your code and look at the values stored in variables, set watches on variables to see when values change, examine the execution path of your code and just about anything else you need to check out under the hood.

Instant impact with testing

Analyse how much code you’re testing and see immediate results in a test suite that’s been optimised for efficiency. Know the impact of every change you make with advanced features that test code as you type. With WSL integration, you can test on both Windows and Linux to make sure your app runs everywhere.

Azure deployment

Deploying to the cloud gets even easier. We supply all the templates you’ll need for common app types and local emulators. You can stay in Visual Studio to provision dependencies, like Azure SQL databases and Azure Storage accounts. And diagnose issues quickly with the remote debugger attached to your app.

Integrated version control

Visual Studio has built-in support for Git version control to clone, create and open your own repositories. The Git tool window lets you commit and push changes to code, manage branches and resolve merge conflicts. If you have a GitHub account, you can manage those repos directly within Visual Studio.

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