Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code has a new release for the new year. VS Code version 1.42 is here and adds a long list of new features for the editor, workbench, and the debug console. This new update includes a Rename preview, a way to limit the number of open editors, adds new container tutorials to the documentation, a simplified Debug view, fixes some issues, and much more.
Programming with Java on Visual Studio Code is better than ever. Java on VS Code uses a package of popular Java extensions for the editor. Now, it receives its first update of the year, which includes a few new features, UI changes, and performance improvements. Take a look at the newest update and what it adds to the playing field.
Python is currently one of the most popular programming languages around, so it’s no surprise there are many Python extensions for Visual Studio Code. We spoke to Caleb Collins-Parks about his extension AREPL, which pops up in the search results as one of the top Python extensions.
Visual Studio Code’s October update has arrived with new features. The source code editor now offers TypeScript 3.7 support, an activity bar indicator for the workbench, and more. The VS Code team also did some November “spring cleaning” and took care of thousands of GitHub issues.
At this week’s Microsoft Ignite developer conference, the first public preview of Visual Studio Online was introduced. The new cloud-based service allows users to create and access development environments from anywhere to encourage remote work and collaboration.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week we published a new issue of JAX Magazine talking all about the new Java 13, Jakarta EE 8 and JavaFX 13 releases. We featured a great and informative tutorial on CI/CD for Spring Boot microservices, a VS Code update and much more.
The latest update of Visual Studio Code is here: version 1.3.9. This month adds some visual and UI improvements, CSS color variables preview, text selection shown in minimap, new custom working directories, and much more. As an added bonus, check out some of the best-looking community added themes that we saw this month.
Version 0.1 of the VS Code Extension for MicroProfile Starter is now available in the Visual Studio Code Marketplace for download. With the new extension, developers do not have to leave their editor. It is a collaboration by MicroShed, a community creating dev tools for Java microservices.
The August 2019 update for Visual Studio Code is here. This month comes with plenty of improvements and upgrades, including the ability to preserve case for Search and Replace, new debugging data breakpoints, workbench improvements, some Editor enhancements, and of course, bug fixes aplenty. Take a look at some of the VS Code highlights.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week we took a close look at GraphQL and how it’s changing web querying, JuliaCon’s user survey results, and Quarkus in an interview with Alex Soto. There’s plenty more, too! Let’s take a look.
What’s new in VS Code? Version 1.37 is here and with it comes some new features and a number of updates. This time around the update includes a refreshed icon update, a few language improvements for TypeScript, improved error reporting, and more. See what’s shiny and new in Visual Studio Code this month.
The newest update for Java on Visual Studio Code is here. This update adds a few new Maven improvements, the Smart Selection API, and some new refactoring features. Never used Java on VS Code? Take a peek at some of the most used extensions for it and what Java frameworks and tools it supports.