Visual Studio 2022 version 17.7 Preview 3 released

    Visual Studio 2022 version 17.7 Preview 3 released

    Visual Studio 2022 version 17.7 Preview 3 released

    Posted: 11 Jul 2023

    released July 11th, 2023

    Summary of What's New in this Release of Visual Studio 2022 version 17.7 Preview 3

    • Addressed an issue where VSWhere's all switch would not return instances in an un-launchable state.

    Developer Community Highlights

    Developer Community Suggestions: You asked, we listened!


    • We have expanded our Address Sanitizer support with a new continue_on_error mode. This new runtime mode diagnoses and reports hidden memory safety errors, with zero false positives, as your app runs. Output to stdout with set ASAN_OPTIONS=continue_on_error=1, or to stderr with set ASAN_OPTIONS=continue_on_error=2. See AddressSanitizer continue_on_error for more details.
    • Added new "Include Cleanup" feature. This provides suggestions to add direct includes whenever indirect includes are detected, and identifies any unused includes. This feature is disabled by default. To enable it, navigate to Tools > Options > Text Editor > C/C++ > IntelliSense and select "Enable #include cleanup". You can learn more about this feature in the Include Cleanup blog post.


    Solution Explorer
    • We've added a "Collapse All Descendents" command to the context menu when you right-click on a node in Solution Explorer. You can use this to collapse the selected node as well as its descendent nodes. We've also mapped this as a shortcut via the Ctrl+Left arrow keys.

    Extension Manager
    • We're updating the Extension Manager to make it easier for you to find great extensions from the Visual Studio Marketplace and to make managing and keeping your existing extensions up to date a more seamless experience. The first preview of the modern Extension Manager is now available and can be enabled by checking the "Extension Manager UI Refresh" preview feature via Tools > Options > Environment > Preview Features.

    .Net and Cloud development:

    HTTP Editor
    • We've made updates to the HTTP Editor including a new Response View. The new Response View includes support for JSON highlighting as well as the ability to view; the raw response, the headers of the request and the request as it was sent to the web server.
    • The green play button to send the request was replaced by code lens actions.

    Power Platform connected services

    Microsoft 365 development:

    Teams Toolkit
    • simplified Teams Tab app templates is provided in this version.
    • Several bug fix and UI improvements to ensure better user experience on Teams Toolkit.

    SSDT (SQL):
    • Fixed issue with publish using Azure Interactive Dir to an Azure Debugger.
    • Changed the Nomenclature of SQL Serverless in the Target Platform to Azure Synapse Analytics Serverless SQL Pool.

    Known Issues:

    • Option 1: Rollback to the prior Preview
    • Option 2: Find the folder where node is stored, which is typically located at “C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio\2022\Preview\MSBuild\Microsoft\VisualStudio\NodeJs”, rename the subfolder “win-x64” in to “win-x86” and swap the node.exe in the root folder and the subfolder.

    Brink's Avatar Posted By: Brink
    11 Jul 2023


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