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Zap Those Bugs with Visual Studio

Using Synergy DBL Integration for Visual Studio to access the Visual Studio Debugger is the most powerful way to debug your traditional Synergy code regardless of deployment platform. Traditional Synergy programs running on Windows, Unix, or OpenVMS without Visual Studio projects can even be debugged using Visual Studio remote debugging.

Jodah energizes his workflow with Visual Studio

We can think of many compelling reasons to move your traditional Synergy development to Visual Studio. One is the fast compile/build times, made possible by MSBuild, Microsoft’s sophisticated, dependency-based build platform. And Visual Studio’s extremely powerful debugger, strong source control configuration options, and other invaluable productivity features such as IntelliSense and auto-formatting—to name just a few. While we can’t promise weight loss, we’re confident you’ll agree.

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Jodah energizes his workflow

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As of Synergy/DE 10.3.3, both Traditional Synergy and Synergy .NET developers have the ability to develop Synergy applications in Visual Studio.

Attend the upcoming webinar “Visual Studio Features and Beyond” to learn more! Whether you are thinking about migrating your projects to Visual Studio, are current users of this IDE, or want to know what all the fuss is about, this webinar is for you. We will explore some of the great new features in Visual Studio and explain how you can use them when developing Synergy applications. We will also provide resources to help those who wish to migrate their projects to Visual Studio. Join us on Tuesday, October 25, at 10 am PST and receive a limited edition Synergy + Visual Studio = UNSTOPPABLE shirt.

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