For programs to be created, ran and debugged, the Visual Studio .NET plays a vital role. It refers to Microsoft’s Integrated Development Environment, which is also known as IDE. The complex Visual Studio .NET is responsible for different types of applications (Deitel & Deitel, 2010). It entails features that perform similar actions in different contexts, and they include the ellipsis buttons, down-arrow buttons and tool tips. With Visual Studio .NET IDE, one is able to form a comprehensible Visual Basic program through visual programming.
Concisely, the visual studio .NET IDE facilitates visual programming where users or programmers can start up applications through code nodes or building blocks to form integrated diagrams or structures that can be comprehended. With the IDE, the user can be connected to the internet using the application. It is, therefore, the enhancement to the previously known IDE’s of Microsoft.