Actually you do miss out on components development, server development
tools, NT service creation, and Mobile Web Forms. Having all of these on
hand, I believe, is essential for a professional web or enterprise
developer, but if you just want to write ASP.NET web apps or C#
applications, Visual C# is sufficient.
Thomas's URL is a good one,
> I can't afford to buy Visual Studio .net instead I am looking at Visual C#
> .net Standard edition. This presumably has visual development tools but
> what would I be missing out on by buying this and not Vis.Stud. .net? Am I
> massively limiting what I can achieve in the .net environment? Or is VS
> .net only necessary for very serious development projects?
> Thanks and regards,