Free Development Tool: “Visual Studio Code” runs on OSX, Linux, Windows OS


Visual Studio Code provides developers with a new choice of developer tool that combines the simplicity and streamlined experience of a code editor with the best of what developers need for their core code-edit-debug cycle. Visual Studio Code is the first code editor, and first cross-platform development tool – supporting OSX, Linux, and Windows – in the Visual Studio family.

Some of the key features that I like were:
– Code editing redefined and optimized for building and debugging modern web and cloud applications.
– A lightweight, fast, keyboard-centric tool
– It’s free and available on your favorite platform.
– Get up and running in minutes and be productive no matter what OS you are using.
– Regular updates are simple to install and released on all platforms at the same time.
– The perfect complement to your favorite developer tools.
– It supports JavaScript, C#, C++, PHP, Java, HTML, R, CSS, SQL, Markdown, TypeScript, LESS, SASS, JSON, XML, and Python as well as many other common file formats.
– Diagnose issues with your application with integrated debugging tools for Node.js, TypeScript, and JavaScript
– Connect with the entire Git universe by pulling and pushing code to any remote—GitHub, Azure Web Apps, Visual Studio Online, and more

You can download Visual Studio Code for free from the below info:
Download Code for Windows
Download Code for Linux
Download Code for OS X

Also you can find the related Documentation is available along with FAQ’s.

So it’s worth to give try Visual Code for free Smile

Comments (3)
  1. AmiSmiled says:

    Cool job Microsoft – let me try with Linux. Good one Deva.

  2. MacGirl says:

    Are you sure that we can do app development on any given platform with Microsoft developer tool? If yes, then i think Microsoft is heading in right direction and assisting all the developers. In future versions, if it supports Object C, then it would be great. Awesome Microsoft & 'ninja' Deva!!

  3. SOMVANG says:

    How to develope too “Visual

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