Microsoft releases updated Visual Studio 2017 RC build with Redgate SQL prompt support and more

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Microsoft yesterday released the new Visual Studio 2017 RC build 26206 with few improvements and lots of bug fixes. In this latest update, they have simplified the dotnet new project creation process. They have also added support for Redgate SQL Prompt. Find the full change log below.

What’s New:

  • .NET Core and ASP.NET Core – Creation of projects using dotnet new is now simplified with the use of a new templating engine. We have also addressed a few other IDE responsiveness issues.
  • Redgate SQL Prompt – Visual Studio 2017 now includes Redgate SQL Prompt, which offers SQL code completion as you type.
  • Developer Analytics Tools – When publishing to Azure from Visual Studio, Live Metrics are now shown in a notification, and annotations about the publish event are now shown in the Metrics Explorer in the Azure Portal.

Bug Fixes:

You can download the RC build here.

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