One one hand you clearly make progress, on the other hand you spend time on implementing non-critical web dev related features, but neglect major updates to IDE which prevent it from being used by front-end developers.
Like, for example, JSX support. There is currently 5'000 downloads of React.js library per day (from npmjs.org). It's mega popular. But developers can't use it with Visual Studio IDE because Visual Studio lacks JSX support (when you open a React component in Visual Studio, it highlights all the lines as errors). This is the most requested feature on UserVoice, but no any updates on implementing this feature were published for months.
Or, another issue with, is that Visual Studio forcing you to have a pre-defined project / solution structure. But would be nice, if I could just open a regular front-end project and don't need to tweak anything and Visual Studio (as simple as: File -> Project -> Open from a directory). Try to open this project in Visual Studio: React.js Starter Kit