On the day of their Build 2017 keynote, Microsoft has released Visual Studio 2017 for Mac months before it’s Windows counterpart can launch. Before, it was originally intended for hardcore developers to use and debug, but the software has now entered a general public stage, meaning it’s much more stable and capable than ever before.
For those of you wondering, Visual Studio 2017 for Mac is essentially Visual Studio, just on the Mac with a Mac UI. It has support for C# and F# programming languages, allows developers to program for the Mac, iOS, and Android devices, and syncs projects you’re working on across your devices regardless of their OS (macOS or Windows, that is). You can download the software from here, while those already using Visual Studio for Mac can check for an update.