CryptoLicensing v2013 for .Net includes license service activation console, new methods, properties with support for Mono, Android platforms including several improvements and bug fixes.
List & Label 18 recently released by combit provides support for back side printing, NuGet, cross page export including integration with Amazon web services and Visual Studio 2012.
Infragistics NetAdvantage Reporting 2012 volume 2 includes support for Hierarchical Data and Visual Studio 2012. It also ships with an Enhanced Report Engine and Pagebreak Control.
The recently released WiX 3.7 includes support for MSBuild, self update and reference counting
Sync Block Edit is a Visual Studio extension which simplifies code editing in multiple files.
Microsoft recently released Power Tools Update 1 for Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012 with Backup and Restore Tool including set of additional enhancements.
Microsoft released Team Explorer Everywhere Update 1 for Team Foundation Server with Chinese language pack and support for public workspaces.
Syncfusion has announced the availability of Orubase Version 1 which ships with Project Wizard, SQLite and Encryption Support.
ComponentOne has released Studio Enterprise 2012 V3 with new controls for Windows 8, WinRT and existing control suites with support for localization RTF and Visual Studio 2012.
Visual Studio 2012 SharePoint Emulators recently released by Microsoft simplifies the unit testing of SharePoint code. It provides necessary libraries for implementing Microsoft Fakes based shims.
The first of many scheduled updates to Visual Studio 2012 has been released as Microsoft moves away from massive service packs to an up-tempo release schedule. Formal Windows XP client support is included, among many other changes that will affect most VS2012 users.
Xwt is .NET Framework based open source UI toolkit for Mono and .NET and is used for the creation of desktop applications that run on multiple platforms from the same codebase.
JustCode Q3 ships with several new features which enables developers to minimize coding by automating frequently used tasks and thereby improving productivity.
Microsoft will release .NET Compact Framework 3.9 (NETCF 3.9) in the upcoming build of Windows Embedded Compact 2013 with improved start-up time, enhanced memory utilization, Visual Studio 2012 support and new garbage collector.
The optimizer in Visual Studio 2012 has nearly doubled in size as compared to previous versions. This matters to developers because now their C++ code can benefit from significant increases in execution speed after a recompile. Targeting the additional features of VS2012 can lead to even bigger performance gains.