Visual Studio 2019 Support

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02 April 2019

Visual Studio 2019 Support

We are proud to announce that all DevExpress .NET products fully support Visual Studio 2019. If you’re an active DevExpress subscriber, you can log onto our website and download the most recent build at your convenience.

  • .NET (WinForms, WPF, UWP, ASP.NET, MVC, Bootstrap)
    v18.2.7 released on March 13, 2019
  • DevExtreme (JavaScript)
    v18.2.7 released on March 13, 2019
  • CodeRush
    v18.2.9 released on April 2, 2019

If you’ve allowed your expiration to lapse and would like to begin using our most recent build, feel free to email our customer service team at clientservices@devexpress.com for renewal pricing.

18 comment(s)
Birger Jansen
Birger Jansen

I downloaded the installer twice and both times I get an error (during installation) that the installer does not have the correct file size. Also the installer does not seem to be signed. I am downloading 18.2.7 latest release for VS2019. Is something wrong with the file?

3 April, 2019
beuvelet david
beuvelet david

Hello,

What version of visualstudio do you use to make the development of winforms controllers such as "DevExpress.Data.v18.2.dll"

Thank you in advance for your answer.

Ps: there are errors concerning the list section u003D, etc ...

3 April, 2019
Rustamer
Rustamer

1) What about the older version 18.1.x with .NET Framework 4.0 support ?

I would not like to keep two versions of Visual Studio. At the same time, many older projects require .NET 4.0. In particular, this applies to old XAF-projects that work even under Windows XP

2) Do you plan to support Jetbrains Rider? The development environment is ready for use by IMHO. Not enough XAF model editor out there. An external editor is not a very convenient solution.

3 April, 2019
Dennis (DevExpress Support)
Dennis (DevExpress Support)

@Customer37575:

1. We may release v18.1.11 with Visual Studio 2019 support in several weeks. At least we already did required adjustments for XAF there.

2. Thank you for your suggestion. We are aware that IDE gains popularity among certain developers, but have not planned its support in XAF for any specific release. I will follow up with you in the Support Center on the external editor use.

3 April, 2019
Vladimir Abadzhev (DevExpress)
Vladimir Abadzhev (DevExpress)

@Birger Our support engineers assume something may be interfering with the download, such as a proxy server, or anti-virus software. We receive such reports from time to time. If you are still experiencing the issue, please contact our support team and they will be able to assist you further.

4 April, 2019
Mark Harby
Mark Harby

I haven't upgraded my subscription for a while now (no longer developing commercially). Does this announcement mean my 17.2.13 DXperience license will no longer work with the latest Visual Studio 2019 ?

5 April, 2019
Dmitry Babich (DevExpress)
Dmitry Babich (DevExpress)

@beuvelet david

Since we utilize C# 6.0 features, our developers use Visual Studio versions 2015 - 2019.

5 April, 2019
Serge (DevExpress Support)
Serge (DevExpress Support)

@Mark:

We consider version 17.2 as too old to adapt it to VS 2019. If you need to develop with previous DevExpress builds, please choose an appropriate Visual Studio version. I understand that this is not the answer you'd like to hear, but we cannot approve v17.2 for the new Visual Studio, nor do we provide any workarounds for this scenario.

You may wish to take a look at our upcoming version, 19.1, which is also packed with a wide range of new features (community.devexpress.com/.../default.aspx).

5 April, 2019
L.J.C. van Heuven
L.J.C. van Heuven

I've got several times in VS 2019 the message: Visual Studio stopped responding for x seconds. Disabling the extension DevExpress Visual Studio menu Integration 18.2.0 might help.

Are you aware of this issue?

Working with VS 2019 version 16.0.0 (16.0.1 is available) and DevExpress 18.2.7

10 April, 2019
Customer65629
Customer65629

Is there an ETA for VS 2019 support for the UWP controls?

17 April, 2019
Serge (DevExpress Support)
Serge (DevExpress Support)

@L.J.C. van Heuven:

It appears that you encountered the issue that we've been told about a couple of times. After deep debugging, we seem to have determined the culprit in our Menu Integration extension. We'll do our best to develop a complete resolution as soon as possible. Your patience is highly appreciated.

Please refer to the www.devexpress.com/scid=T733366 bug report to learn about our progress in this area.

17 April, 2019
Vladimir Abadzhev (DevExpress)
Vladimir Abadzhev (DevExpress)

UWP Controls v18.2.7 fully support Visual Studio 2019. I've updated the blog post - thanks for pointing out they weren't on the list.

18 April, 2019
tomas 71
tomas 71

I have installed your trial of WPF controls suite. VS 2019 toolbox is missing your controls. I have installed .NET CORE 3.0 too. I have VS 2017 installed too. Your controls are available in VS 2017 without any problems. Is 2019 really supported? There are no Devexpress new project templates… Thank you very much. Tom

3 May, 2019
Vladimir Abadzhev (DevExpress)
Vladimir Abadzhev (DevExpress)

@Tomas

A number of our WPF customers did experience control registration issues with Preview versions of Visual Studio 2019. These issues were resolved in the latest Visual Studio builds. If you're using an up-to-date build, you can try the solutions listed in the following Knowledge Base Article:

www.devexpress.com/.../how-to-resolve-issues-with-toolbox-items

You can also create a new ticket in our Support Center to have a member of our Technical Support look into why registration might fail on your machine.

www.devexpress.com/.../Create

3 May, 2019
Zelkas Evripidis
Zelkas Evripidis

I have devexpress 18.1.11 version and visual studio 2017. I just installed visual studio 2019 (I will use both versions for now) and although my project runs fine there are no devexpress tools. Should I reinstall them? Will it change anything in my 2017 version?

15 May, 2019
Vladimir Abadzhev (DevExpress)
Vladimir Abadzhev (DevExpress)

If you installed a new Visual Studio version, you'll need to run the DevExpress installation again and select "Repair". This will register our controls and wizards in the new IDE.

Here's a related Support Center ticket: www.devexpress.com/.../install-devexpress-after-installing-a-new-visual-studio-version

Hope this helps.

16 May, 2019
Customer53106
Customer53106

Every time I try to load SchedulerReport templates in Visual Studio 2019, the IDE crashes.  Help!

22 May, 2019
Vladimir Abadzhev (DevExpress)
Vladimir Abadzhev (DevExpress)

Thanks for reaching out to us. Our Support Team was able to reproduce this issue. We created a bug report and you can track its progress at devexpress.com/issue=T743650

23 May, 2019

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