Visual Studio, on Mac computers does it sound interesting to you? Well, for many it is not that much interesting. We all knew it was coming because the talks have been in the tech town since long. Microsoft has finally announced its launching its primary coding interface, and this is a big shakeup for the company, which has previously preferred to lock developers into its platform by keeping coding tools Windows-only. It’s only been announce the actual preview of the software will be unveiled at Microsoft’s Connect developer event later this week.
Just before this news there had been somewhat same news about introduction of native support for Linux command line Bash to the windows fir first time ever.
It was said by Microsoft’s Scott Hanselman that, “adding Bash support was “brilliant for developers that use a diverse set of tools.”
The recent news follows the same news with addition of some more spice to give to tech gossip club.
Since the day Microsoft shifted its aim to money-making operation the change was expected. Now instead of local servers the programming tasks are carried out on platform-agnostic cloud services like Azure (from Microsoft) and AWS (from Amazon).
Microscope hopes to provide a better quality service to Mac users with visual studio. They can work efficiently. So this maybe not one of the best projects of Microsoft but it surely has great importance world wide.