Visual Studio for Mac comes with Xamarin integration that allows developers to create macOS and iOS applications without the need for emulation software or for Windows systems. Informally, the software giant bought Xamarin and now all of its works are integrated and gradually become Microsoft product segments.
Apple developers receive complete support for a host of code hosting services such as GitHub and Microsoft's Visual Studio Team Services, and they also receive integration with Azure, a Microsoft cloud service.
The list of changes included in Visual Studio for Mac is enormous and you can see it on the official website of the company, but one particular feature can not fail to mention it. These are the accessibility features that although improved a lot, Microsoft believes that further changes are needed.
The new version of Visual Studio for Mac contains support for technologies such as Voice Over. Many parts of the user interface such as the editor and solution explorer have been accessed through such technologies. However, we are still talking about a work in progress so expect more improvements in subsequent releases.
Microsoft offers three different versions of Visual Studio for Mac: Visual Studio Community, Visual Studio Professional, and Visual Studio Enterprise. The nice news for students is that Visual Studio Community is offered for free, so they can start coding directly.