Thank you all for your continued feedback.
In response to some recent feedback, we are happy to share that the SlowCheetah extension is officially supported by Microsoft and the Visual Studio team. Part of the reasoning behind moving it under the Microsoft repository on GitHub was to be able to maintain the extension moving forward. We understand many of you would love to see this integrated in the product. This idea is still under consideration and we will share the decision as soon as we can. We thank you for your patience.
Thanks for the typo catch! We did intend to say the NuGet and VSIX name had been changed to Microsoft.VisualStudio.SlowCheetah.Mike commented
I don't know if that's good news or bad news. Was hoping this functionality would be rolled into the next version of VS.
I have no interest in using these third party tools for this very reason. They abandoned and we end up painting ourselves into a corner.
Please support this and put it into the next version of VS, so that we can do what web developers have been able to do for years.Mike commented
Can we get an update on this? Such as an ETA?
ThanksMike supported this idea ·