Videos

21. Google Chrome extension

21. Google Chrome extension

2 years ago
In this video I am going to discuss one more cool extension for Visual Studio Code that unlock web sites development capabilities – Debugger for Chrome extension. This extension allows you to launch and debug your web sites directly from Code using Chrome Debugging service. As you know, Visual Studio Code integrates with Node.JS and support […]
20. PowerShell extension

20. PowerShell extension

2 years ago
In the next two videos I am going to take some time to discuss the existing Visual Studio Code extensions in details. In this one we will discuss PowerShell Extension and in the next one – integration with Chrome Debugging service.  PowerShell extension is a very good example of how to use powerful Code editor not […]
19. Introduction to Extensions

19. Introduction to Extensions

2 years ago
Starting with Visual Studio Code beta (0.10.1 version), developers got a chance to use extensibility features there. You can use Visual Studio Code marketplace to download and install already created extensions or you can develop your own extensions using JavaScript or TypeScript.
18. Tools for Apache Cordova

18. Tools for Apache Cordova

2 years ago
In this video I want to discuss how to use Visual Studio Code in order to create cross-platform mobile solutions with Apache Cordova.
17. Express

17. Express

2 years ago
Earlier we discussed how to use Node.js with Visual Studio Code but Node.js is a runtime and if you are going to create an application of specific type (Web, IoT, Notification service module and so on), it’s better to utilize an additional framework. In case of Web applications, I would recommend to use Express framework […]
Cocoa Programming L67 – Presenting View Controllers

Cocoa Programming L67 – Presenting View Controllers

2 years ago
How to animate the presentation of view controllers using the NSViewControllerPresentationAnimator protocol. Speedup music: Cars Race by reusenoise (c) 2016 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial (3.0) license. dig.ccmixter.org/files/reusenoise/53440 Twitter: twitter.com/LucasDerraugh GitHub: github.com/lucasderraugh Site: appleprog.com

16. Start working with ASP.NET

2 years ago
Updated to VS Code 1.0!!! We spent some time for JavaScript and TypeScript, and I want to devote some time for C# which is very popular among web developers as well. Of course, since we are talking about web development and C#, ASP.NET is our friend there. Traditionally, ASP.NET is a part of .NET Framework […]

15. Yeoman

2 years ago
Updated to VS Code 1.0!!! Visual Studio Code is a folder based editor. So, each time when you want to create a new project, you need to create an empty folder and add all initial components manually from scratch. At the same time, it’s better to have a tool like Taco which we discussed last […]

14. Start working with Node.js

2 years ago
Updated to VS Code 1.0!!! Once we know how to work with JavaScript and TypeScript, node.js should not take much time. Traditionally, JavaScript is associated with browsers and web. But thanks to node.js runtime you can run JavaScript applications anywhere including your Mac, cloud platforms, IoT devices and so on.

13. From JavaScript to TypeScript

2 years ago
Updated to VS Code 1.0!!! Today, JavaScript is so popular and it’s possible to find lots of projects that contain hundreds thousands lines of JavaScript code. Using JavaScript you can create web sites, Windows applications and server side services. But in case of really large projects it’s not easy to support the existing code. Compared […]

12. JavaScript

2 years 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 […]

9. Tasks

2 years 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.