Microsoft Visual Studio is an integrated development environment (IDE) from Microsoft. It can be used to develop console and graphical user interface applications along with Windows Forms applications, web sites, web applications, and web services in both native code together with managed code for all platforms supported by Microsoft Windows.
Latest version of Visual Studio is Visual Studio 2019.
Download Visual Studio Enterprise Edition from Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching (free for staff and students at the university)
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Download Visual Studio Code - Visual Studio Code is a source code editor developed by Microsoft for Windows, Linux and macOS.
C# is a modern Object-oriented programming language. C# is the main programming language in Visual Studio.
Video: Simulation and Control with C# and WinForms: The video below goes through the creation of a basic Visual Studio/C# Application:
See also .NET and C# In-Browser Tutorial
What is Data Acquisition? Data Acquisition (DAQ) is the process of collection data from different sensors into a computer.
A DAQ System consists of 4 parts: Physical input/output signals, sensors DAQ device/hardware Driver software Your software application (Application software).
Data Acquisition in Visual Studio and C# using USB-6008 as an example:
Here is my main web page for DAQ Applications in C#:
Introduction to Datalogging and Monitoring:
Cloud-based to Datalogging, Monitoring and Analysis:
ASP.NET is a Web Framework for creating Web Pages. ASP.NET is built on top of the .NET Framework
Introduction to ASP NET Web Programming:
ASP.NET Example with Database Communication (Step-by Step Tutorial)
See my ASP.NET web site for more information and resources
Introduction to Azure DevOps (formerly known as Visual Studio Team Services):
Introduction to Unit Testing with Visual Studio:
OPC Communication with C# using Measurement Studio:
Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) Resources
Learn Database Systems and Structured Query Language (SQL)