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JetBrains reveals Fleet editor, its answer to Visual Studio Code

JetBrains is the developer of the IntelliJ platform, which powers Android Studio, IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate, PyCharm Professional, GoLand, PhpStorm, and other IDEs. However, IDEs are large applications, and can be overkill for simpler projects. JetBrains has now revealed its new lightweight editor, Fleet, which aims to be modular and compatible with just about everything. Fleet is...

Flutter 2.5 released with full-screen Android app and Material You support

If you're into cross-platform development, chances are you've heard of Flutter. Using the Dart language, Flutter is a cross-platform UI framework that aims to make developing for anything from iOS to the web as easy as possible. Yesterday, Google announced the release of Flutter 2.5 and Dart 2.14, and there's a lot that's new. This article...

Visual Studio finally shows up on the Microsoft Store in Windows 11

It's been nearly a decade since Microsoft debuted its app store on Windows 8. Obviously, the goal behind any app store is for it to be a place where you can safely find all of the apps you want, and that's a goal that Microsoft hasn't been able to achieve. In fact, the situation has...

Visual Studio 2022 is now in preview, built for 64-bit PCs

Microsoft has released the first preview of Visual Studio 2022, the next major update to its developer IDE. Microsoft first announced Visual Studio 2022 back in April, and the big news is that it's now a 64-bit app. It won't be limited to using 4GB of RAM on the main process, so it will be...

Adobe Photoshop and Visual Studio are now natively supported by Apple Silicon

Apple’s transition from Intel to its own ARM chipset for Mac products is going smoother than expected. Adobe has now released Photoshop for Apple's M1-based Macs adding an important piece of software for creative professionals; while Visual Studio has also begun supporting the new silicon. Adobe says that the newly made Photoshop software for the M1...

Tizen Developers Can Build Apps with Visual Studio in C# Now

Multiple OEMs are working on secondary mobile platforms as a backup plan in case they are unhappy with the direction Google takes Android. We've watched Samsung develop their own open source Tizen platform for a while now, and Huawei has confirmed they are doing something similar as well. To help improve the platform, Samsung has...