VS Code 1.43 ships with TypeScript 3.8.3 and full-sized Search Editors
The monthly update of Visual Studio Code has arrived. VS Code 1.43 has TypeScript 3.8.3 on board, and with it all the exciting new language features such as ECMAScript private fields and top-level await. Other updates include Search Editors, draggable sash corners and more. Let’s take a closer look.
Visual Studio Code 1.43 arrived like clockwork, titled the February 2020 update. In the latest version, Microsoft’s source code editor adds new features for different areas, including the workbench, editor and languages. In addition to this, we can also catch a glimpse of some preview features.
VS Code 1.43 ships with TypeScript 3.8.3, so you can now use all the latest language features that found their way into last month’s TypeScript 3.8 release. The new functions include top-level
await and ECMAScript private fields, which are currently still in development.
VS Code users can now view workspace search results in full-sized Search Editors. They provide syntax highlighting as well as optional lines of surrounding context, and support Go to Definition actions for navigating. Search Editors also support double-clicking to open the source location. This option can be configured via
There are several options to open a new Search Editor, as you can either use the command Search Editor: Open New Search Editor, the Open New Search Editor button, or copy Search view results into the Search Editor.