In recent releases of Visual Studio 2017, there has been a great focus on improving the experience of working with Razor files (*.cshtml). The improvements were aimed at addressing the most pressing customer-facing issues and included changes from formatting and IntelliSense to general performance and reliability. Now that the fixes and enhancements have been publicly available for a few months, we hope you’ve been having a much-improved experience with the Razor editor.
If you haven’t already downloaded the latest version, update your copy of Visual Studio 2017 through the Visual Studio Installer, or follow the links to download the installer from the Visual Studio website.
We know that despite our improvements, Razor editing isn’t perfect yet, so if you run into issues please file a report using the Visual Studio feedback tool. We review this feedback frequently and will continue to fix issues that are identified.
To launch the feedback tool, choose “Report a Problem…” under the Help->Send Feedback menu. When filing a report, please provide as much of your Razor file as you can share, with a description of what happened versus what you expected. (Sample code and screenshots are very helpful!)
Thanks for your interest in Web Development in Visual Studio.
Justin Clareburt, Senior Program Manager, Visual Studio
Justin Clareburt is the Web Tools PM on the Visual Studio team. He has over 20 years of Software Engineering experience and brings to the team his expert knowledge of IDEs and a passion for creating the ultimate development experience.
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