This edition of the toolkit is for Visual Studio 2022. There is a separate AWS Toolkit extension for Visual Studio 2017 and 2019.
For issues or questions about this extension please open a GitHub issue at https://github.com/aws/aws-toolkit-visual-studio.
The AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio improves development workflows by making AWS services available directly from your Visual Studio environment.
For a current list of integrated AWS services, see the Working with AWS Services section of the official AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio user guide.
The following is a selection of the most popular AWS Toolkit services and how they can improve your development experience while working from Visual Studio:
Navigate the AWS Toolkit, access AWS Services, monitor storage, and manage your resources from the AWS Explorer.
Author, deploy, and configure serverless .NET Core C# functions and serverless applications with AWS Lambda.
Create new Windows instances and work in a Remote Desktop environment with Amazon EC2.
Monitor your storage buckets, manage resources, and configure file-sharing permissions with Amazon S3.
Publish your applications targeting .NET Core 3.1 (and later) with sensible defaults, publishing-target suggestions, and one-click-publishing options from the Publish to AWS experience.
Configure and publish AWS CloudFormation templates with supporting features that include: automatic JSON validation, auto-completion, code folding, syntax highlighting, and cost estimation.
Manage your Amazon CloudWatch log groups and streams, with features including search, filter, export, and more.