This section of the documentation describes some particular features and technology areas that are supported in Visual Studio.
Describes how to use the .NET Framework to read characters from the console, and also write characters to it.
Describes how to use Visual Web Developer to create and modify ASP.NET Web applications and Web sites.
Provides information about how to use Visual Studio for mobile device development.
Describes how to create an application that is to be installed as a Windows Service.
Provides information about how to use the .NET Framework when you develop applications.
Briefly describes key technologies, languages, and application types that are supported in Visual Studio, and provides links to more information.
Describes several ways to become familiar with Visual Studio, whether you are new to the product or have used earlier versions.
Provides a brief overview of many of the features and tools included in Visual Studio.
Provides links to information about example code and sample applications that illustrate syntax, structure, and techniques that you can use to solve various programming challenges in Visual Studio.
Provides information about new and enhanced features that help you reduce risks and increase the productivity of your application lifecycle.