Visual Studio

Visual Studio

par Microsoft

Qui utilise Visual Studio ?

Solution de développement de contenu audiovisuel conçue pour les petites et moyennes entreprises afin de créer des applications et des jeux pour les plateformes Android, iOS, Mac, Windows, web et cloud.

Description de Visual Studio

Plateforme de développement d'applications et de jeux qui permet aux concepteurs de les développer, modifier et tester grâce à divers outils et techniques.

Informations sur Visual Studio

Microsoft

http://www.microsoft.com

Fondé en 1975

Prix de Visual Studio

Visual Studio est disponible à partir de 45,00 $US/mois. Visual Studio est disponible en version gratuite et propose un essai gratuit. Voir plus d'informations concernant le prix de Visual Studio ci-dessous.

À partir de

45,00 $US/mois

Version gratuite

Oui

Essai gratuit

Oui

Déploiement

Installation (Mac)

Cloud, SaaS, web

Installation (Windows)

Mobile (iOS natif)

Mobile (Android natif)

Formation

Documentation

Ressources d'aide

En ligne

Visual Studio - Fonctionnalités

Logiciels de développement de jeux
Achat intégré
Analyse des données de jeu
Gestion des lecteurs
Gestion des ressources informatiques
Jeux 2D
Jeux 3D
Prototypage
Réalité virtuelle
Réseau de jeux multi-joueurs
Simulations physiques

Avis sur Visual Studio

Afficher 5 avis sur 1 774

Note globale
4.6/5
Facilité d'utilisation
4.2/5
Service client
4.2/5
Fonctionnalités
4.6/5
Rapport qualité-prix
4.4/5
Eric D.
Informaticien
Logiciels, 10 001+ employés
Temps d'utilisation du produit: plus de deux ans
  • Note globale
    5/5
  • Facilité d'utilisation
    5/5
  • Fonctionnalités
    5/5
  • Support client
    Sans note
  • Rapport qualité-prix
    Sans note
  • Probabilité de recommander le produit
    10/10
  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 04/03/2020

"Outil phare de développeur moderne"

Avantages: Interface épurée et la facilité de prise en main.
L'installation des extensions très facile.
Chaque grossse mise à jour apporte des nouvelles fonctionnalités ce qui le rapproche de Eclipse.
Le thème Dark qui permet moins lumineux ce qui implique moins de fatigues occulaires après des heures de travail.

Inconvénients: J'en ai pas rélévé des points négatifs .

  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 04/03/2020
Ebrahim F.
Software Developer
Logiciels, 13-50 employés
Temps d'utilisation du produit: plus de deux ans
  • Note globale
    5/5
  • Facilité d'utilisation
    5/5
  • Fonctionnalités
    5/5
  • Support client
    Sans note
  • Rapport qualité-prix
    5/5
  • Probabilité de recommander le produit
    10/10
  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 09/01/2019

"It just gets better and better"

Commentaires: I started coding with Visual Studio 2005 and now work on a daily basis on 2012, 2015 and 2017. What I have experienced with Visual Studio is consistency and stability. Each new version looks and functions pretty much the same, so there's no real learning curve each time you upgrade(If you know how to use 2005, you will have no trouble with 2017 or later versions). Over the years, debugging performance has also improved, which is another plus for me. From 2015, Team services connects quite nicely as well and the actual loading of Visual Studio for the first time has improved greatly over the years.

Avantages: Since 2007, I have used Visual Studio for all of my app development. It is indeed the best tool I have ever come across. Possibilities are endless, from legacy WinForms apps to Web Apps and services, Visual Studio is able to provide you with an easy to use, stable and reliable platform to build your apps on. I am a C# developer who uses it every single day. Built-in features like code-completion and code validation makes it easy for even the beginner to learn. Since Azure came along, deployments have become even simpler, whether published directly, or through Source Control. Another cool thing about Visual Studio is that with every new version, new tools are introduced and new types of projects as well. This makes all of those projects that used to take days to put together, a mere selection of a project type and all of the initial code and structure is generated automatically. Then there's the debugging tools, Nuget, Server explorer, Team explorer and the list just goes on. All of these tools and features in Visual Studio makes it the most powerful of its kind in my opinion and I am sure many others. Microsoft also introduced Visual Studio Community Editions a few years back, which makes it even easier for newbies to start their development careers hassle free.

Inconvénients: For certain project types, certain versions of Visual Studio work best, so I often switch between 2012, 2015 and 2017. I found that 2012 works nicely with older(.NET Framework 4 and below), 2015 for all recent apps, while 2017 works better if you need to debug Azure Websites. Other than that, the IDE has stayed pretty much the same, which is awesome. Nuget packaes sometimes have issues, but I don't use them that often, so I am not really affected negatively by that. The initial install of Visual Studio 2015 and above are web installers, which takes even longer than older versions, so I dread new installs, but after the install, all is good.

  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 09/01/2019
Jamie T.
CEO
Gestion de l'enseignement, 2-10 employés
Temps d'utilisation du produit: plus de deux ans
  • Note globale
    4/5
  • Facilité d'utilisation
    4/5
  • Fonctionnalités
    5/5
  • Support client
    3/5
  • Rapport qualité-prix
    5/5
  • Probabilité de recommander le produit
    8/10
  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 31/01/2020

"Visual Studio 2019 is a great tool for developing .NET software"

Commentaires: VS is truly indispensable in our organization because we utilize it for developing our software products. While other products do support .NET development, there are certain features that only VS provides and which we have come to rely on, such as database (SQL Server/SSDT) projects. We haven't found a tool that successfully combines all of its features into a usable product.

Avantages: VS 2019 provides everything someone needs to develop .NET software on Windows. It has a powerful debugger and excellent intellisense support. Project management (files, folders, and source control) is also very robust and full featured.

Inconvénients: It can be slow at times and definitely requires a significant amount of RAM to be used effectively along witha powerful processor. If your project is of any truly practical size, you'll want at least 8G to run, and 12G to run comfortably. Even at that level, you'll experience frequent freezes and the occasional crash.

  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 31/01/2020
Luis daniel R.
Lead Application Developer
Logiciels, 13-50 employés
Temps d'utilisation du produit: plus de deux ans
  • Note globale
    5/5
  • Facilité d'utilisation
    5/5
  • Fonctionnalités
    5/5
  • Support client
    3/5
  • Rapport qualité-prix
    3/5
  • Probabilité de recommander le produit
    9/10
  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 24/12/2019

"The Standard for Windows programming"

Commentaires: I basically use Visual Studio daily. I have no complaints other than I wish they had more customizability like it's little brother Visual Studio Code is getting and with time, Visual Studio Code just does what it's big brother does better. But yet, nothing can replace Visual Studio in my work flow and that won't be changing in the next years to come.

Avantages: You can almost use/code in any language on the IDE, if you're missing features, you could look for extensions/plug-ings that add them, like DevExtreme or ReSharper. I mostly code in C# and the Community version for me works fine, but the Enterprise and Professional tiers are also really good. The IDE has been more open in the recent years and that has allowed for more straight updates than rather waiting for service releases or new year branded releases. You can code websites, mobile apps, desktop apps, console apps, service apps, anything related to Azure can be done in VS and yeah, you can easily debug and now in the latest versions, you can live-share a project and have a coworker assist you or work with you on the same project and both debug it. You can also use the live-share feature for teaching someone how to code.

Inconvénients: Sometimes, extensions can be a little buggy. Azure Services, I would recommend a stable connection because it can get laggy. If you're going to use SQL Server in Visual Studio, you're better off downloading Azure Data Studio, because it is more versatile, strong, quicker and responsive than the options Visual Studio provides you. The community can cover you anything you need, but if you're looking for huge enterprise projects, you might want to invest on the paid options, but they can be expensive.

  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 24/12/2019
Utilisateur vérifié
Data manager
Santé, bien-être et fitness, 10 001+ employés
Temps d'utilisation du produit: plus de deux ans
  • Note globale
    3/5
  • Facilité d'utilisation
    3/5
  • Fonctionnalités
    4/5
  • Support client
    4/5
  • Rapport qualité-prix
    3/5
  • Probabilité de recommander le produit
    7/10
  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 23/05/2019

"Just Upgraded to 2107 after 2008 was decomissioned lots of bugs"

Commentaires: This is a very useful tool. We use it to provide reporting and analytics for our entire operation. It's SSIS features and reporting tools allow us to present data in different formats and real time so issues can be resolved and we can look high level or as detailed as needed at our organaization.

Avantages: I like how the Microsoft product continues to evolve. In 2017 we make SSIS on its own server. It speeds up Queries and has always on availability groups. Moving it to the cloud has also helped make it more available. It now has a more robust reporting tool to provide analytics on use and ways to improve run times and queries

Inconvénients: It is a lot different then previous versions. All of the code required major changes to run. There was several issues with connecting to Access databases and Microsoft products that are "known bugs" or being worked on. I cant understand why a product gets out that doesn't integrate with other microsoft products flawlessly.

  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 23/05/2019