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Access the new Developer Experience

Sitecore for Visual Studio gives development teams access to the convenience of GUI tools for developing websites using Sitecore 10’s new developer experience. By using a remote rendering host, developers can build straight from Visual Studio into the rendering host and test changes without needing to recycle Sitecore every time.

Make quick changes to the presentation layer, push those changes, and debug in a fraction of the time.

Requirements: Sitecore 10.0 and up, active SVS license subscription (included with Sitecore TDS and Sitecore TDS/Razl bundle subscriptions).

Sitecore for Visual Studio 5.2.113
June 19, 2023
  • Bug fixes
Sitecore for Visual Studio
November 28, 2022
  • Bug fixes
Sitecore for Visual Studio
November 15, 2022
  • Support for DevEx 5.1
  • Bug fixes
Sitecore for VIsual Studio
January 18, 2022
  • Changed version numbers to match the DevEx tooling
  • Minor bug fixes
  • Roles in serialization package
  • Serialization module tagging
Sitecore for Visual Studio
November 19, 2021
  • Support for Visual Studio 2022
Sitecore for Visual Studio
October 19, 2021
  • Added features for SCS v4.0
  • Support for building Item resource packages
  • Role serialization
  • Publish after push
  • Publishing as part of a build
  • Republish index schema
  • Reindex as part of a build
Sitecore for Visual Studio
March 26, 2021
  • Fixed null pointer exception when Plugins section is missing in sitecore.json
Sitecore for Visual Studio
March 08, 2021
  • Added support for DevEx 3.0
  • Added support for plugins
  • Added support for external packages
  • Added support for new push options
Sitecore for Visual Studio
November 16, 2020
  • Fixed digital signature on VSIX
Sitecore for Visual Studio
August 25, 2020
  • Published build components to MyGet feed
  • Updated license agreement
Sitecore for Visual Studio 1.0
August 05, 2020
The Sitecore for Visual Studio plugin acts as a graphical user interface for Sitecore Content Serialization.
The plugin provides:
Visual configuration of modules and environments.
Visual synchronization of items, including conflict handling.
Visual configuration of automated item synchronization at build time.