Visual Studio Code 1.47.3


ProsCons

Visualising code makes it easier for beginners

Good documentation to help get you going

Only one root command when configuring tasks

Folder management could be better

Whats New (version 1.47.3)

Fixed:

- June 2020 Recovery 3 Engame

- ERR_INVALID_ARG_TYPE when testing extension on 1.47.1

- Uninstall hook not executing


Full Details
GENERAL
App NameVisual Studio Code
SloganBuild and debug modern web and cloud applications
PublisherMicrosoft
Publisher web sitehttp://www.microsoft.com/
Release DateJuly 14, 2020
Update Last 6 Month4 time(s)
UPDATE
Last Update On2020/07/28
Version1.47.3
File NameVSCodeUserSetup-x64-1.47.1.exe
File Size54.85MB
OPERATING SYSTEMS
Main OSWindows
Compatible WithWindows 7/8/10
CATEGORY
CategoryDeveloper Tools
SubcategoryCoding Utilities
SEQURITY
VirusTotal FlagsNone
VirusTotal Scan LinkCheck Scan
DOWNLOAD INFORMATION
Total Downloads3769
Downloads Last 7 Days5
PRICE And Limits
PriceFree
License ModelFree
LimitationsNot available

Visual Studio Code is a code editing program that available for Windows, iOS and other operating systems, providing a visual way to work with code.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.

At its heart, Visual Studio Code features a powerful, fast code editor great for day-to-day use. The Preview release of Code already has many of the features developers need in a code and text editor, including navigation, keyboard support with customizable bindings, syntax highlighting, bracket matching, auto indentation, and snippets, with support for dozens of languages.

For serious coding, developers often need to work with code as more than just text. Visual Studio Code includes built-in support for always-on IntelliSense code completion, richer semantic code understanding and navigation, and code refactoring. In the Preview, Code includes enriched built-in support for ASP.NET 5 development with C#, and Node.js development with TypeScript and JavaScript, powered by the same underlying technologies that drive Visual Studio. Code includes great tooling for web technologies such as HTML, CSS, LESS, SASS, and JSON. Code also integrates with package managers and repositories, and builds and other common tasks to make everyday workflows faster. And Code understands Git, and delivers great Git workflows and source diffs integrated with the editor.

Git commands built-in
Working with Git has never been easier. Review diffs, stage files, and make commits right from the editor. Push and pull from any hosted Git service.

Meet IntelliSense
Go beyond syntax highlighting and autocomplete with IntelliSense, which provides smart completions based on variable types, function definitions, and imported modules.

Print statement debugging is a thing of the past
Debug code right from the editor. Launch or attach to your running apps and debug with breakpoints, call stacks, and an interactive console.

But developers don’t spend all their time just writing code: they go back and forth between coding and debugging. Debugging is the most popular feature in Visual Studio, and often the one feature from an IDE that developers want in a leaner coding experience. Visual Studio Code includes a streamlined, integrated debugging experience, with support for Node.js debugging in the Preview, and more to come later.

Architecturally, Visual Studio Code combines the best of web, native, and language-specific technologies. Using the GitHub Electron Shell, Code combines web technologies such as JavaScript and Node.js with the speed and flexibility of native apps. Code uses a newer, faster version of the same industrial-strength HTML-based editor that has powered the “Monaco” cloud editor, Internet Explorer’s F12 Tools, and other projects. And Code uses a tools service architecture that enables it to use many of the same technologies that power Visual Studio, including Roslyn for .NET, TypeScript, the Visual Studio debugging engine, and more. In future previews, as we continue to evolve and refine this architecture, Visual Studio Code will include a public extensibility model that lets developers build and use plug-ins, and richly customize their edit-build-debug experience.

We are, of course, still very early with Visual Studio Code. If you prefer a code editor-centric development tool, or are building cross-platform web and cloud applications, we invite you to try out the Visual Studio Code Preview, and let us know what you think.

Although Visual Studio Code will be of help to those inexperienced with coding, perhaps Java programmers and so on, it doesn’t offer a great deal of help visualising code for expert programmers. Having said that, the debug module is helpful for just about every type of coder.