About Extensions in Visual Studio Code

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Finally, I have finished my series about VS Code. At the end I published couple videos about the most popular extensions (a short introduction, PowerShell, Google Chrome and Python extensions).


ASP.NET Core and VS Code

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.NET Core RC 2, ASP.NET Core RC 2 and even .NET Core SDK are available for download. I have tested if it work with Visual Studio Code and… It works great!!! You should not use any dnx/think about available runtimes and select between mono and coreclr/understand what is dotnet package manager and so on. You…


Visual Studio Code for Mac Developers 1.0

Finally, I updated all modules in my training using Visual Studio Code 1.0. Additionally, I published 6 more modules and 7 more are coming. Here is the full list of all available videos (Express, Intro to Extensions, Office Extensions, TACO, PowerShell, Google chrome Extensions and Python are coming next week): 1. How to Install 2….


More Git for Visual Studio Code

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I already published several posts about Visual Studio Code and Git integration, including topics about GitHub and Team Foundation Service. Visual Studio Code supports lots of Git features that allow you to commit, push, pull your code directly from Visual Studio Code interface. Code even can help you to compare the current and the previous…


Cordova Tools for Visual Studio Code

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Three month ago I published a post about Tools for Apache Cordova for Mac developers. Thanks to the tools you can start developing your first Cordova project in couple minutes only. At the same time the tools didn’t provide any integration with Visual Studio Code and I could not use VS Code debugger in order…


Visual Studio Code and local web server

Guest Post by Laurent Duveau It is the start of a New Year and you have decided to try Visual Studio Code, good resolution! One of the things you will find the most surprising, is that unlike its big brother Visual Studio which has IIS Express, VS Code does not come with a built-in web…


Visual Studio Code: Debugger for Chrome extension

In this post I am going to discuss one more cool extension for Visual Studio Code that unlocks web sites development capabilities – Debugger for Chrome extension. Some of my Favorite Visual Studio extensions, from a Tech Evangelist This extension allows you to launch and debug your web sites directly from Code using Chrome Debugging service….


Visual Studio Code: PowerShell Extension

In the next two posts 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…


Visual Studio Code for Mac developers: Introduction to Extensions

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. Let’s start our overview with ready to use extensions that you can find…


Visual Studio Code for Mac developers: Office add-ins

Visiting Office Add-ins documentation via https://msdn.microsoft.com/EN-US/library/office/jj220082.aspx link you can find lots of information about how to create your own add-ins for different office products. The following image contains the summarized information for general understanding: You can see that a modern add-in is a set of JavaScript and HTML files that should be described with XML…