Visual Studio Code is a frequently used source code editing tool that was developed and launched by Microsoft for different platforms and operating systems, like Android, Mac, and Windows. Microsoft introduced this specific source code editor for debugging. Later on, it became popular when the developers loaded some additional functions and plug-ins for supporting the software development companies and programmers.
Visual Studio Code can help in debugging, code refactoring, syntax highlighting, embedded Git control, intelligent code completion, snippets and other similar tasks. It is a completely customizable program for the developers and they can change the background, keyboard shortcuts, and the preferences. Further, Visual Studio Code is completely based on the electrons that run and manage the software for the source code editing process. There are endless uses and goals to use this program in software development, code decoding and encoding, programming, and app code development.
Visual Studio Code is compatible with different programming languages and scripts. The developers can use this program on different devices with various operating systems which it usually supports. There are some potential uses and the features of Visual Studio Code which the most developers and users do not consider important or they ignore such features. In general, when you are going to use this source code editing tool, you must be aware of different things that can affect your using.
Visual Studio Code is also responsible for accessing, collecting, refining and sending data to Microsoft. However, Microsoft is legally bound to share the data with affiliates and subsidiaries that work under the law. If you do not want to use this application in Visual Studio Code, you can switch off or deactivate the data collection and sending feature for your convenience.
|Visual Studio Code 1.24.1 Jun 6, 2018||
Some of the key highlights include:
Move to new file refactoring - Easily pull classes and functions into their own files.
Duplicate workspace in new window - Great for expanding over multi-mon setups.
IntelliSense for predefined variables - Variable suggestions in debug and task configuration files.
Preview: Outline view - Symbol tree outline and navigation for your projects.
Preview: Settings Editor - New GUI to discover and modify VS Code settings.
Preview: Debug toolbar location - Float, dock or hide the debug toolbar.
Preview: Grid editor layout - Custom vertical/horizontal layout, coming soon to Insiders.
Working with Docker and MongoDB - Learn about Docker and MongoDB integration in VS Code.
|Visual Studio Code 1.13.0 Jun 9, 2017||
Welcome to the May 2017 release of Visual Studio Code. There are a number of significant updates in this version that we hope you will like, some of the key highlights include:
Changes to settings defaults - We're enabling several useful features by default such as extensions auto-update, editor drag and drop and minimaps.
Set multiple cursors with Ctrl/Cmd + Click - Add multi-cursors just like Sublime Text and Atom.
Improved Git merge - Inline merge actions with Accept Changes CodeLens.
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