The new Visual Studio Feature Timeline gives a glimpse into what’s coming in future releases. It identifies some of the features that Microsoft is currently working on and which Visual Studio release you can expect them in. It is not comprehensive but is intended to provide some visibility into what they’re building. When available, features are linked to a blog post and/or UserVoice entry where you can learn more and comment.
Over the past few years, Visual Studio has been shipping products on a quicker cadence to ensure our customers have the best and most up-to-date tools in the industry. As part of this, we have been working to be more and more transparent to help you understand what we’re working on and show you how truly valuable your feedback is to the quality of our products. We generally share our plans with you via blogs or various feedback channels, like User Voice. Now we’re extending this transparency in an easy to consume format, to share some stuff we have in the works that we think you’ll be interested in. Starting today, Visual Studio is happy to share a feature timeline with you. As Brian announced a few months ago in his blog post A new Visual Studio Online and Team Foundation Server Features Timeline, the Visual Studio Online and Team Foundation Server teams have started doing this as well. We’ve gotten a really positive response from you and have decided to open this up across Visual Studio to share upcoming features we’re working on in the VS client.
Check out the website here.