Must be able to store and open projects anywhere, not just a particular project folder (Visual Micro sucks on this front).
Have you tried Atmel Studio itself?
It seems like I had tried Sloeber, and it was a mess to set up.
From what I understand [AS7] a fairly new product
Sloeber seems difficult to understand but I think it's really just bad translation of docs. The main committer to Sloeber is Italian, no? And he really tried to explain that current Eclipse users don't need a whole new setup but just his add-ons, yet also tried to explain that non-Eclipse users can use his all-in-one installer. That didn't come across well on the website's docs. We should probably volunteer to be tech writers the Sloeber guy.
Sloeber worked except I could not get the remote debugger working against my Yun, and that's a requirement for you (and me!). I strongly suspect my issue was unique problem to the Yun itself (I was remoting in via its built-in Wifi with a Bridge that connects the Atmel chip to the Atheros chip, and Sloeber could see the IP of the Yun but the Debugger could not connect to the Serial -- but it looks like most Serial connects don't work that way). I'm going to retry Sloeber with the 101 board and update here if folks are interested.
I use the Geany editor for all my programming and I have written a short Python program that I can call from Geany to compile and upload programs using the command-line Arduino IDE....R
Try PlatformIO www.platformio.org
I would like to see development on this thread. I have a omen 17 inch laptop on the way (i7 9gen 12gb ram ...) and I don't know witch one to use ... I will install visual studio community 2019 for beginning development of c# app for non arduino project and maybe later arduino projectThanks and have a good day