New Container Tools Window, which enables listing, inspecting, stopping, starting, and removing Docker images and containers, as well as viewing folders and files and opening terminal windows.
XAML Hot Reload for Xamarin.Forms enables making changes to your XAML UI and seeing them reflected live, without requiring another build and deploy.
A new Pinnable Properties tool, which enables properties in the Watch, Autos, and Locals windows to be put at the top the display.
XAML tooling improvements such as showing snippets in IntelliSense, displaying resources for referenced assemblies, and Just My XAML in Live Visual Tree.
Pressing semi-colon will no more close the IntelliSense window
Multiple Visual Studio feedback issues resolved – logs will no longer be mandatorily collected for suggestions, sign in related issues, crash over non-existent screenshot, and high contrast theme application issues have been addressed
CMake project files now load properly and load from command line as well
.NET Core 3.0 is now supported in this latest version of Visual Studio. This will enable you to create WPF and Windows Forms desktop applications with .NET Core 3.0, alongside ASP.NET Core web and Blazor applications, gRPC services, and much more.
Multiple productivity improvements were added for .NET developers, like renaming a file when renaming an interface, enum, or class (Ctrl +R,R), introducing local variables after writing its initializer, and more.
This version of Visual Studio supports applications targeting .NET Framework 4.8 and applications written in F# 4.7.
C++ developers can now toggle line comments, have on-by-default IntelliCode, and improved IntelliSense member list filtering.
Bug fixes and improvements
All editor and productivity features are now localized.
If “Enable edit and Continue” is switched off, Visual Studio 2019 will no longer crash.
Brace completion when member list is up now puts the character in the right position.