Integrated Development Environment (IDE)

Integrated Development Environment (IDE)

I can assure you, this is the last post I’m writting before you’ll finally be able to dive into programming. On the plus side, this post is meant to help you with coding. To be able to program any software, a programmer needs an integrated development environment (IDE).

Before, .NET applications were only able to be used on the Windows operating system. But since a great event that happened a few days ago, .NET became an open source project! Hearing this was a source of great joy for us, .NET developers. This means that now you’re not force to have the Windows operating system on your machine, you can now have it on either Linux or Mac OS X.

You have a great selection of IDE to create a software using .NET. Below, you’ll be able to find a small list of IDEs you could use.

  • Visual Studio
  • Xamarin
  • ReSharper
  • SharpDevelop

For my case, I’ll be mostly using Visual Studio, the Community Edition. Some IDEs can be expensive to buy, but this edition is not only free, but gives you the ability to create various kind of apps like :

  • Video games
  • Mobile application
  • Web application

You’ll be able to find the Visual Studio Community Edition here :  Now, we are all set to be able to create awesome stuff!



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