Progress has come up with the latest update which has support for Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 RC, which allows developers to use Telerik DevCraft by Progress suite for building and deploying .Net Application without much effort. Progress is one of the Sim-Ship partner with Visual Studio 2017 where it has come up with the mutual commitment where Microsoft development platforms and tooling releases will be getting immediate support.
The DevCraft suite from productivity tools allows developers to build Mobile and Desktop applications with high-performance and scalability for any of the Microsoft platform and device. With the Visual Studio 2017 RC’s latest upgrade, Progress extends its association with Microsoft to support .Net developers to gain more productivity with Visual Studio 2017 and the ability to develop apps using Microsoft’s latest platforms and devices.
.Net developers can benefit from the compatibility of DevCraft suite with Visual Studio and can have more productivity which is given by Telerik UI controls for all important Microsoft developer platforms which include ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET Core, ASP.NET AJAX, WPF, Xamarin, Windows Universal, and WinForms Universal Windows Platform.
Marima Hristoya VP, GM Developer Tools and Cloud Services at Telerik, Progress said in her latest announcement that “Millions of developers look to us to deliver the best .NET tools for building innovative UIs with unbeatable Visual Studio productivity “ and also told that “Telerik had a keen focus on the .NET community and that focus have continued and in many ways advanced at Progress. We will continue to work closely with Microsoft to deliver everything developers need to build great apps on new and existing platforms and devices for the foreseeable future.”
Shawn Nandi, Senior Director, Cloud Application Development and Data Marketing, Microsoft Corp in his latest announcement regarding the enhancements included in the upcoming release of Visual Studio 2017 RC and Telerik DevCraft suit’s role involved in it and he also said that “We’re excited to see Progress support Visual Studio 2017, enriching the tooling ecosystem for developers building apps with Visual Studio.”
Apart from support for Visual Studio 2017, developer tools by Progress will continue to stay integrated and provide full compatibility with all the previous versions of Visual Studio.