You’re probably already familiar with Visual Studio tools for Unity (formerly UnityVS), which allows you to debug your Unity sessions while using Visual Studio. The problem up until this point though, was that there wasn’t support for it in the latest version of Visual Studio.
Since Microsoft bought the developers behind the awesome plugin, SyntaxTree, the name has changed, but the product has not.
Here are links to all of the versions. Try out the newest one, and let us know what you think:
- Visual Studio 2015 Preview Tools for Unity
- Visual Studio 2013 Tools for Unity
- Visual Studio 2012 Tools for Unity
- Visual Studio 2010 Tools for Unity