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Visual Studio 2017 also now supports building of .NET Core ( ASP.NET Core and Entity Framework Core) 1.0 and 1.1 apps.

For some added color to these details, check out Microsoft John Montgomery's follow-up post on the Visual Studio blog here.

New benefits for Visual Studio Enterprise subscribers includes Redgate Data Tools, Enterprise DevOps Accelerator discount, and free VS 2017 training.

Redgate is a Microsoft Partner, is providing the "Core" versions of its SQL Prompt and ReadyRoll utilities to VS 2017 Enterprise developers.

SQL Prompt Core is used for code completion; ReadyRoll provides migration and change management services.

The Enterprise DevOps Accelerator is aimed at medium- and large-sized companies (the target is 50 developers or more) who use sophisticated tool chains and CI/CD for enterprise app build and delivery.

The offer is for 50-percent discount on those services, available until June 30.

For those who want to get up to speed on Visual Studio 2017's features,

Liuson also announced that developers who download it within the first week can sign up for a 60-day trial of

Visual Studio 2017 training offerings from Xamarin University.

Visual Studio Mobile Center

Originally debuting at Connect();,

there has been enough work on it that the VS group has released a fairly well-formed Preview version.

It's essentially a melding of many of the features from two apps that were originally acquired,

HockeyApp and Xamarin Test Cloud, now intermixed with the goal of unifying the features to make the build-test-distribute mobile app lifecycle.

In addition to support for Objective-C, Swift, and Java, announced this morning was additional support for React Native and Xamarin.

There's also the notion of Beacon Services, which extends the mobile app lifecycle with a number of continuous integration/deployment and

automated analytics and reporting features.

Visual Studio for Game Development: New Partnerships with Unity, Unreal Engine and Cocos2d

Windows game developers now have the benefit of easier Visual Studio setup alongside

top gaming engine installers from partners Unity Technologies, Epic Games and Chuckong Technologies.

Last year’s announcement of Visual Studio Community edition brought the full power of Visual Studio to

developers building cross-platform apps, such as professional-grade editing features, code analysis tools and debugging support.

Building on that, this announcement makes access to these capabilities much easier through the Unity, Unreal and Cocos2d engines.

Together, we are making it even easier for game developers to use the rich capabilities of the Visual Studio IDE to develop games

for today’s most popular platforms. Each of these top gaming engines’ installers will now offer the ability to co-install

Visual Studio Community on Windows, along with the plug-ins required for Windows developers building for these engines. In addition,

we will make it easier to discover and use the tools for Unity, Unreal and Cocos2d from within Visual Studio 2015.