At their core, these products have many of the same features that their professional brethren do. Professional developer features such as full IntelliSense support, local debugger, Add Web Reference, and the improved Visual Data Tools will all be available in the Express products. For all the details visit Visual Studio 2005 Express Beta Products for feature lists, articles, and updated information on the entire family of Express developer tools.
Just like MSDE 2000, SQL Server 2005 Express will have some limitations compared to its full-featured siblings. The biggest internal change from MSDE 2000 to SQL Server 2005 Express is that there will no longer be a workload governor. From reading the newsgroups and talking to developers, I know this has been a major point of confusion about MSDE 2000. The absence of a workload governor is a huge win for everyone building applications using MSDE 2000 but who wants to move to SQL Server 2005 Express. The chart in Figure 1 summarizes some of the requirements and major differences between MSDE 2000 and SQL Server 2005 Express.
Another great feature of Visual Basic 2005 Express, which is shared by its full-featured siblings, is Zero Impact Projects. When you select File | New Project, the New Project dialog does not ask for a location. It only asks for the project type and a name. It isn't until you save the project that a decision needs to be made about where to save it. In fact, you can discard a project and not have to worry about finding WindowsApplication368 on your hard drive the next time you start Visual Basic 2005 Express.
Both SQL Server 2005 Express and Visual Basic 2005 Express make it fun and easy to create apps. The small footprint and full feature set of these products is going to make you want to give up Notepad, command-line tools, and compilers. What's more, the addition of the Starter Kits will make it easy to share and exchange applications with other developers using the version of Express that fits your programming language and application style.
As of Visual Studio 2010, the Professional edition is the entry level commercial edition of Visual Studio. (Previously, a more feature restricted Standard edition was available.) It provides an IDE for all supported development languages. MSDN support is available as MSDN Essentials or the full MSDN library depending on licensing. It supports XML and XSLT editing, and can create deployment packages that only use ClickOnce and MSI. It includes tools like Server Explorer and integration with Microsoft SQL Server also. Windows Mobile development support was included in Visual Studio 2005 Standard, however, with Visual Studio 2008, it is only available in Professional and higher editions. Windows Phone 7 development support was added to all editions in Visual Studio 2010. Development for Windows Mobile is no longer supported in Visual Studio 2010. It is superseded by Windows Phone 7.
The final release of Visual Studio 2013 became available for download on October 17, 2013, along with .NET 4.5.1. Visual Studio 2013 officially launched on November 13, 2013, at a virtual launch event keynoted by S. Somasegar and hosted on events.visualstudio.com. "Visual Studio 2013 Update 1" (Visual Studio 2013.1) was released on January 20, 2014.Visual Studio 2013.1 is a targeted update that addresses some key areas of customer feedback."Visual Studio 2013 Update 2" (Visual Studio 2013.2) was released on May 12, 2014.Visual Studio 2013 Update 3 was released on August 4, 2014. With this update, Visual Studio provides an option to disable the all-caps menus, which was introduced in VS2012."Visual Studio 2013 Update 4" (Visual Studio 2013.4) was released on November 12, 2014."Visual Studio 2013 Update 5" (Visual Studio 2013.5) was released on July 20, 2015.
...the real deal of differences between different Visual Studio flavors? You can get the final word about what each version does and does not support from Microsoft's Visual Studio 2005 developer center, at This site provides downloads of the latest Visual Studio betas and white papers that explain the differences between the express editions and the full-featured Visual Studio 2005.
This is correct. VS2005 SP1 installs new versions of VC++ librariesthat contain fixes requested by customers for the SP1 release. Once Sp1is installed it updates all VC++ assemblies in WinSxS folder,vcredist_*.exe in bootstrapp packages folder, associated .lib and .pdbfor VC++ libraries and many other source files. Once application isrebuilt with VS2005 SP1, it depends on SP1 version of libraries and SP1version of VC++ libraries have to be redistributed. This is not newpolicy for VS2005. In all previous versions of Visual Studio and VisualC++, QFE and SP releases of DLLs replace previous versions of DLLs inplace. VC maintains full backward binary-compatibility in hotfix and SPreleases of VC++ DLLs if compared to RTM versions. Once an applicationis rebuilt with SP or a hotfix version of VC++ libraries, it depends onthat version of libraries and have to use them at runtime. This is alsodescribed in docs, -us/library/aa983349(VS.80).aspx
MSDN's primary web presence at msdn.microsoft.com is a collection of sites for the developer community that provide information, documentation, and discussion which is authored both by Microsoft and by the community at large. Recently, Microsoft has placed emphasis on incorporation of forums, blogs, library annotations, ans social bookmarking to make MSDN an open dialog with the developer community rather than a one-way service. The main website, along with most of its constituent applications below are available in 56 or more languages.
MSDN2 was opened in November 2004 as a source for Visual Studio 2005 API information, with noteworthy differences being updated web site code, conforming better to web standards and thus giving a long awaited improved support for alternative web browsers to Internet Explorer in the API browser. In 2008, the original MSDN cluster was retired and MSDN2 became msdn.microsoft.com.
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Last night, I felt like I was back in that age again. I started downloading the Visual Studio 2005 Team Suite Beta 2 from MSDN (which weighs in at a whopping 3.75GB) and was told it would take more than eight hours to complete. Then in the middle of the night (when one of my kids woke up and got me out of bed) I checked it, only to find that the download had stopped and the File Transfer Manager was just sitting idly waiting for me to press the "Resume" button (hopefully VS.NET itself will be smarter than the download manager you need to get it). So anyway, I continued the download and when I woke up this morning I found it had still only downloaded 24% :-( 2b1af7f3a8