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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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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 […]
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.