Sessions

1. How to install

1. How to install

1 year ago
Updated to VS Code 1.0!!! Before doing something with Code, we need to install it. You can do it visiting visualstudio.com site where Microsoft publishes important links for software developers.  
2. Editor Features

2. Editor Features

1 year ago
Updated to VS Code 1.0!!! In general, when using Visual Studio Code you will work with the following common parts of interface: Viewbar, Sidebar, Statusbar and Editor window. We are going to discuss all these parts.  
3. Code snippets

3. Code snippets

1 year ago
Updated to VS Code 1.0!!! Visual Studio Code supports code snippets. This feature is very important at least for me because I use it during my presentations very often. You can find that 0.7.0 Code preview version supports snippets for all common languages (the current version of the documentation doesn’t contains the full list yet) […]
7. Integration with Unity3d

7. Integration with Unity3d

1 year ago
Updated to VS Code 1.0!!! Let’s see how to install and setup all needed components to integrate Code and Unity3D
4. Git

4. Git

1 year ago
Updated to VS Code 1.0!!! Version Control is a "must" even for simple projects. That’s why in the next posts I am going to discuss how to integrate Visual Studio Code with Git and use github and Visual Studio Online as a remote provider for Git.  
6. How to intergate Visual Studio Code and GitHub

6. How to intergate Visual Studio Code and GitHub

1 year ago
Updated to VS Code 1.0!!! In this module we will show how to use GitHub as a remote provider for Git repository
10. Debugging

10. Debugging

1 year ago
Updated to VS Code 1.0!!! Before to start working with particular frameworks that are supported by Visual Studio Code I want to cover one more topic – Debugging. Visual Studio Code supports debugging for Node.js and Mono runtimes. Because we still didn’t discuss how to work with Node.js or ASP.NET in Code I am going […]
11. How to deploy your site to Microsoft Azure

11. How to deploy your site to Microsoft Azure

1 year ago
Updated to VS Code 1.0!!! Using Visual Studio Community or better you can find some features that allows to make deployment to Azure directly from Visual Studio. But Visual Studio Code doesn’t have any integration with Azure but there are still some opportunities to deploy your project to Microsoft Azure with minimum effort.
5. Integration with Visual Studio Online

5. Integration with Visual Studio Online

1 year ago
Updated to VS Code 1.0!!! Last time we discussed how to install Git and use it locally. Of course, Git is just a platform and it requires a provider, if you are not going to setup your own infrastructure. And if you are planning to create an open source project, which will be uploaded to […]
8. A better way to integrate Code and Unity

8. A better way to integrate Code and Unity

1 year ago
Updated to VS Code 1.0!!! In the previous video we discussed how to integrate Unity and Visual Studio Code from scratch. But thanks to Unity plugin from @reapazor you can simplify this work.  
9. Tasks

9. Tasks

7 months ago
Updated to VS Code 1.0!!! The next important feature in Visual Studio Code is tasks. Thanks to tasks you can run any command line tool directly from Visual Studio Code and get output there. So, you can run any compilers, deploying tools, packaging tools and so on.
12. JavaScript

12. JavaScript

7 months ago
Updated to VS Code 1.0!!! In the previous videos we used C# in order to show integration with Unity, debugging and some interface features. But lots of developers like to use Visual Studio Code to build web applications and, of course, if we are talking about web applications – we are talking about JavaScript and related […]