According to Microsoft, the next major upgrade to its flagship IDE will be faster, more streamlined, more intelligent and 64-bit.
Open source logic programming language compiles to SQL and runs on Google BigQuery, with experimental support for PostgreSQL and SQLite.
Flutter 2 native UI toolkit debuts production-quality support for the web, while Dart 2.12 adds sound null safety.
The company advises users to migrate to a supported successor such as .NET Core 3.1 or .NET 5, or face potential security issues.
Latest upgrade of Microsoft’s open source code editor also boosts performance on Windows.
The once-ubiquitous technology for displaying rich media content in web browsers and mobile devices will no longer be supported in 2021.