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CodeStream Now Available for Visual Studio

David HershDavid Hersh
February 9, 2019

The CodeStream extension for Visual Studio is now available in the Visual Studio Marketplace!

CodeStream for Visual Studio

CodeStream makes it easy for developers to discuss, review and understand code, with discussions saved as codemarks that are permanently connected to the source code. With the new Visual Studio extension, CodeStream now offers complete coverage for Microsoft development shops. Every developer on the team, whether they’re using Visual Studio or VS Code, can contribute to discussions and leverage the entire knowledge base of codemarks.

Imagine the seamless collaboration between different developers, working in different editors, in different parts of the codebase. A frontend dev working in VS Code and a backend dev working in Visual Studio can work through an issue together from the comfort of their own editors.

Stay tuned for extensions for JetBrains and Atom coming later in Q1.


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