Microsoft lately launched the coding language software “Visual Studio” on MacOS! After seeing a lot of interest on coding inside the future generation computing system, they finally integrated with MacOS to provide better quality Primary coding interface for the Mac Users. Though this Visual Studio was locked for the public users, it is now open for the users and the learners to do coding via Microsoft Visual Studio.
After the keynote from Microsoft, they are finally heading towards some money-making mechanism to attract the customers. While programming language in the past might have been completed on some local servers, now they’re presently progressively utilizing platform-agnostic cloud admins like Azure (from Microsoft) and AWS (from Amazon).
“Brilliant for developers that use a diverse set of tools” — launching Visual Studio for Mac is a similar move.
CROSS PLATFORM BENEFITS
Microsoft is now moving forward to produce stronger coding languages with the developers as well as the local users around the world. They are now working with Mac to get the cross-platform privileges as MacOS has numerous potential coding languages too.
This software was made on the base of App development platforms like Xamarin Studio which can create a cross-platform coding mechanism for both Windows and MacOS. The users from the MacOS now can easily browse and code from their respective Mac devices and they no longer need to pay for the Visual Studio.