Visual Studio for Mac Os x
Dear Madam and sir;
We need Full Version of Visual Studio for Mac Os x.
And language of programming such as:
Solution: Bootcamp. Or buy a PC.
Everyone knows you can't do real work on a Mac. They're for old people, young sheep and superfluous spenders. Go cry on your own forums. Microsoft, don't waste another dime on the rotten apple.
Yes!!! 1+ from me too!!!
i will not be left out of this call. VS for mac will be great.
Arief Wardhana commented
please released Visual Studio for mac, for my education on schools, coz i'm dislike dual boot windows on my macbook
Use windows if you want VS!
Many Mac users love to have Visualstudio running on mac, the best IDE I ever worked on. Please make it available ASAP, big community will appreciate it and provide them opportunity to also focus on windows phone apps.
Yes Microsoft Cross Platform is the key ... Visual Studio and Blend for Visual Studio is a must in MAC
Hopefully they will after the release of .NET in 2015 although I'm pretty sure that Apple would like Mac users to use Xcode. To be honest nobody wants to do Swift programming over C# and Xcode is nowhere near as good as VS.
Come on MS cant believe this hasn't been done yet!
Joe Crescenzi commented
Now that .Net is coming to the Mac, VS would make true cross platform development a reality.
Please do this, it would be even nicer that apple has been making worse and worse xcode versions during the last few years!
Alex Louradour (Saesee) commented
Please move our best IDE to Mac OS X :) !
Reece Wilson commented
With the announcement of .NET on Mac and Linux, this would be the next logical step. Go where the developers are.
Not gonna happen
Fidel Kastrol commented
visual studio is simple the best !!!
i prefer visual studio over the rest on my mac,linux and windows .
Please microsoft move your vs also for others platform ,because Visual Studio is great
That is right. Microsoft should also provide services for Mac Users.
I'd like to develop Windows Phone apps on Mac.
Steve Wood commented
I use a mac for mobile development with Xamarin Studio. Whilst it does lack many of the lazy developer features found in VS it still does the job exceptionally well. Yes, it does take some getting used to but I haven't had any major issues at all and it beats writing Java in Emacs on Linux.
I still use VS2013 inside a windows VirtualBox VM for those times on client sites where I positively, absolutely need it for corporate web/application development.
VS is too tightly integrated into the windows framework to extract and implement on the mac (bsd) platform and as Microsoft's primary goal is making money they aren't going to use resources on redeveloping such a huge application for a limited market. If the market analysts over at MS thought there was a market to exploit then we'd have seen an OSX version by now. MS seem content in passively supporting Xamarin.
Never gona happen.