There is already a lot of news available on the next version of Visual Studio, Visual Studio 2015, due for commercial release in 2015. With the latest news comes an article by Praveen Kumar that shows some of the IDE improvements:
- Any un-flavored Visual C#/VB.NET projects, like Desktop Application, Class Libraries and Console Application as well.
- Windows Phone Silverlight 8.0/8.1
If we want to add/remove the references from shared projects, we can do it via the Reference Manager, on the Shared Projects tab in Visual Studio 2015. The shared project reference shows up under the References node in the Solution Explorer, but the code and assets in the shared project are treated as if they were files linked into the main project.