By Kate Taylor-JonesThe new visual management system from New Scientist, which was launched today, can manage your visual tasks with Visual Studio 2017.
It comes with a toolkit that includes a quick-start guide, a list of the tools in Visual Studio, and instructions for running your own visualisation applications.
The new toolkit includes a few things that we’ve found useful over the years, including a graphical editor, a tool for making presentations, and a quick access to the source code of the visualisation tools.
It also comes with support for some very common tasks like creating slideshows and presentations.
Visual Studio 2017 has been available in a free trial since April 2016.
The platform comes with an extensive suite of features, which are designed to allow you to run a wide range of applications and visualisation processes in the cloud.
The New Scientist blog points out that visualisation is a popular area of interest for developers, and that there are already several companies using the tool to create professional presentations, presentations, or other media content.
This is an early preview of the Visual Studio 17 release.
There will be a wider release in March.
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