I just recently switch from using Visual Studio 2010 to Visual Studio 2013 at work. Visual Studio 2013 is registered with an MSDN product key that the company pays for. I am new to the concept of using a Microsoft account to sign-in to Visual Studio to sync settings and more across devices. I would like to use my Microsoft account for that purpose here at work but have a concern.
Last November, Microsoft launched Visual Studio Online, formerly known as Team Foundation Service, in preview. Today, at its Build developer conference in San Francisco, the company announced the general availability of Visual Studio Online.
There used to be a time when Microsoft would release new versions of its Visual Studio development environment every two years or so, with maybe a service pack in the middle. Since the release of Visual Studio 2013, however, the company has switched to a much faster update cadence and today, it is releasing the third update for Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server 2013.
I'm installing qt-everywhere-opensource-src-5.2.1.zip for windows and I want to be able to use this to create an Android app using Visual Studio 2010. Am I going about this the right way? Will this version of Qt work for an Android app and is it ok to use Visual Studio 2010 for this kind of thing? I'm coding in C++.