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Visual Studio 2010 Visualization and Modeling Feature Pack

by Andrew McNerlin 15. July 2010 22:54

Microsoft have recently released the VS2010 Visualization and Modeling Feature Pack which brings excellent new capabilities to Dev10.  I had blogged previously about the modelling features in Dev10 and was disappointed that there was no capability to generate code from the UML class diagrams.  Thats now been addressed in this first feature back release:

The concept of feature packs is slightly different to that of the power tools that we've got used to.  A feature pack has more carefully chosen features and is fully tested and supported.  Feature packs will also be rolled into future releases of the product whereas power tools(toys) were a more ad hoc.

This feature pack is available for download for MSDN subscribers (Visual Studio Ultimate with MSDN) and you can find out more here. 


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