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Visual C++ 2010 Express is part of the Visual Studio 2010 Express family, a free set of tools that Windows developers at any level can use to create custom applications using basic and expert settings.
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Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Express is a tool that lets you build native Windows or .NET Framework managed Windows applications. Part of the Windows Visual Studio 2010 Express suite of tools, it's a powerful programming language and Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that can give you a lot of control when building applications for Windows.
This release of Visual C++ 2010 Express has some important new features. Its IDE is now based on Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF). Visual C++ 2010 Express now offers support for .NET Framework 4, the new .NET framework. New language features have been added, including six new compiler features.
Usability has been improved, with an updated interface that's better-looking and easy to navigate. The text editor has been updated with a new font. Error detection has been overhauled -- you'll see a red underline if there's a mistake. The existing box selection functionality has been expanded; as well as being able to draw a box around a section of code to copy or delete it, you can now add a section of text to every line by typing it once, and copy-paste text between two boxes. The 'Navigate To' feature lets you jump to a particular symbol or string. There's a Highlighting References feature than highlights every instance of a particular symbol if you click on one instance.
All the new features come at a cost, however. Visual C++ 2010 Express is rather more resource-hungry than previous versions. This means that it can be noticeably slower to run.
Pro's: Expanded functionality and an improved interface make this a powerful developer tool. Free.
Con's: Requires more memory and processor power than older versions.
Conclusion: Visual C++ 2010 Express is a valuable free tool for developing applications for Windows and the web.

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Visual C++ 2010 Express is part of the Visual Studio 2010 Express family, a free set of tools that Windows developers at any level can use to create custom applications using basic and expert settings. Visual C++ is a powerful language that is designed to give you deep and detailed control when you build either native Windows (COM+) applications or...

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Finally there is some Mac related Visual Studio new worth blogging about, or so I thought. Earlier this week I was reading through the Software Developer Times Newspaper, when I came across the following article by 'I.B. Phoolen' regarding Micrsosoft Visual Studio 2010 for mac OS X.
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Declaring a “bright new day for our friends in Macintosh-Land,” Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer today unveiled Visual Studio 2010 for Mac OSX, expected to be available this summer. Speaking to a full crowd at the Medenbauer Center, Ballmer reminded the audience that Microsoft is one of the oldest and most competitive ISVs for Apple’s Macintosh platform. The company’s Excel spreadsheet software first appeared for Mac in 1985, he bellowed, two full years before Microsoft released a Windows version.


“We never stopped loving the Mac,” he shouted, waving an iPhone. “Every day, our Windows 7 dev team is inspired by the great work being done by visionaries in Cupertino.” Standing in front of a giant poster of an Apple iPad tablet computer, Ballmer screamed, “now it’s time to give something back!”

The centerpiece of Visual Studio for Mac OS X is its native implementation of Apple’s preferred object-oriented programming language, Objective-C, which is used by both Mac OS X and iPhone/iPad developers. According to Ballmer, the new Visual objective-C IDE will also appear in Visual Studio 2010 SP1 for Windows. Applications written in the Smalltalk-inspired language will require only a simple recompile to run on both Mac and Windows 7, he said.

Playing to the cheering developers at the software launch, Ballmer then showed Visual Basic for Mac OS X, another component of the Visual Studio for Mac OS X suite. “You asked for it, you got it!” he shrieked, before being buried by a hailed of rose petals and hotel keys tossed by ISVs and industry analysts. Ballmer said that the Visual Studio for Mac OS X suite (expected to ship by Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco, June 8-12) is expected to woo developers from Apple’s Xcode. “I know you love your Xcode,” he roared, “but I promise you’ll love your Visual Studio for Mac even more!”

On-stage demos at the event included Macintosh integration with Visual Studio Team System; using Visual Basic with Apple’s iPhone SDK to build a voice recognition application for iPhone and iPad; and porting BioShock 2 from Windows to Mac OS X 10.6 “Snow Leopard.” Baller apologized for the tool chain’s lack of support for versions of Mac OS X prior to 10.5 “Leopard,” saying, “We’re only human, okay?”

As he was leaving the stage, Ballmer turned back. “Oh, just one more thing, “ he cried – and then showed off the company’s full .NET Framework 4.0 for Mac OS X, available for free download from the Microsoft website. “We love you, Apple!” he whooped, bringing the event to a triumphant close.
After reading this article I was overwhealmed with joy that Visual Studio is finally making its way , until I noticed that the date of the actual article was April 1st, and the name of the Author is 'I.B. Phoolen', as in 'I am fooling you'! After about an hour of searching I could find nothing to proove any of the above, which pretty much means it is an April fool's joke and a very cruel one at best. Good one guys! You had me going there for about an hour or so.
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