Next version of Visual Studio, “VS2022”, Public Preview will be released this summer

Amanda Silver, CVP of Product-Developer Division announce that the next version of Visual Studio will be called VS2022. And its Public Preview will be available to download this summer. Let me do a short summary about the changes and share with you.

  • IDE will be running faster
    • VS2022 will be in 64-bit
  • New Design
    • Better clarity, legibility, and contrast
    • Cascadia Code
    • Personalization, you could make your own “IDE” just right for you.
  • Develop Modern Apps
    • Azure, better integration with GitHub for CI/CD, and with Azure
    • VS2022 will have full support for .NET 6.
    • .NET Multi-platform App UI (MAUI) will be included. You could build client apps on Windows, Android, macOS, iOS. You could also use ASP.NET Blazor for Web App.
  • Innovation¬†
    • Performance improved for Diagnostics and Debugging
    • Using Live Share to enable Real-Time Collaboration
    • AI IntelliCode engine provide more and deeper integrations into your daily workflows.
    • New support for Git and GitHub.
    • Improved Code Search
    • refreshing VS for Mac

Well, let’s wait and test this new VS2022 in the coming summer time.¬† Meanwhile, you could read from the original post here.

NuGet redirection and package retrieval errors in Visual Studio 2015

Yesterday I have experience that I tried to install NuGet Package but an error occurred while retrieving package metadata in Visual Studio 2015.


NugetError.01

After getting some try and catch. I found out that the VS2015 is configured to connect the API v3 of the NuGet.org. So I tried to add another one with the URL on API v2 of the NuGet.org and I am then able to install any NuGet package. So I think that if you hit into the same error, this is a good to try.

NugetSetting.01


NugetSuccess.01

 

‘Microsoft.VisualStudio.Editor.Implementation.EditorPackage’ package did not load correctly

I have experience on getting an error after install Visual Studio 2012 on a new Win7 professional machine.

‘Microsoft.VisualStudio.Editor.Implementation.EditorPackage’ package did not load correctly

After getting some searching and found out that the solution is pretty simple. Removing %LOCALAPPDATA%\Microsoft\VisualStudio\11.0\ComponentModelCache and restarting VS2012 fixed the problem for me. Hope this will help if you meet the same error.