Topic: visual studio code

SD Times news digest: RedMonk’s programming rankings, VS Code 1.21 and Apache Cordova Windows 6.0

Red Monk has released its Q1 programming language rankings. The top ten programming languages are JavaScript, Java, Python, PHP, C#, C++, CSS, Ruby, C, and Swift. “The relatively static nature of the top ten languages is interesting, certainly, in a technology landscape that is best characterized not by the high level of change but the … continue reading

Visual Studio Code will now ship with Anaconda

Microsoft has announced that Visual Studio Code will ship as part of the popular Python data science platform Anaconda. Microsoft first announced plans to bring Python to Azure Machine Learning, Visual Studio and SQL Server in September of last year.  According to Microsoft, “Visual Studio Code can easily be installed at the same time as Anaconda, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Visual Studio Code 1.20, Qt Creator 4.6 beta, and MapR Expansion Pack 4.1

The January 2018 release of Visual Studio Code has arrived. New features include Explorer multi-selection, improved Settings search, errors and warnings in Explorer, and Git submodule support. A full list of features can be found on the release page. Preview features that are not ready to be released yet includes support for language packs and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Redgate Software’s new SQL Toolbelt, PRQA enforces AUTOSAR coding guidelines, and VS Code 1.18

Redgate Software has announced the SQL Toolbelt portfolio has been updated to include SQL Server 2017 support. It also updated the SQL Toolbelt installer and user interface to make it easier to install and update SQL Toolbelt. Other updates include SQL Source Control and SQL Compare support for graph databases, which will allow users to … continue reading

Microsoft lays out plans for VS Code in 2018

Microsoft is already planning for Visual Studio Code’s future with a new roadmap and focus areas for 2018. The company plans to tackle VS Code from three perspectives next year: happy coding; Node, JavaScript and TypeScript; and a rich extension ecosystem. For “happy coding,” the team wants to make the code editor more pleasant to … continue reading

Microsoft partners with TomTom, announces ASP.NET WebHooks V1, and updates Visual Studio Code

Microsoft is making sure its developers are supplied with the latest set of tools. The company announced it is bringing location-based services to Azure with TomTom, making it easier to send and receive WebHooks with ASP.NET, and improving Visual Studio Code. Microsoft’s new partnership with location and navigation provider TomTom will focus on helping developers … continue reading

The New Visual Studio: Prepping for a future beyond Windows

Microsoft Visual Studio is the most popular integrated development environment in the world, but the target keeps moving for IDEs. As device, language, platform and application diversity expand ever more rapidly, Redmond is working overtime to make its already powerful developer tools irresistible—to both the faithful and the uninitiated. The technologies and experiences that are … continue reading

Red Hat’s Java language support for Visual Studio Code available for developers

Red Hat released its Java language support extension to the Visual Studio Code marketplace late last week. The release came with a list of features that will help developers make use of the Java language server. According to a blog post by Gorkem Ercan, principal software engineer with Red Hat, the abundance of frameworks, languages … continue reading

Microsoft’s iOS Web debugger for VS Code, Citrix’s NetScaler CPX Express, and gRPC version 1.0—SD Times news digest: Aug. 24, 2016

Microsoft is making debugging for iOS devices easily available with its recently announced iOS Web Debugger for Visual Studio Code. The new solution works on Mac and Windows, and is similar to the Chrome debugger the company announced in February. The debugger allows developers to debug JavaScript code from VS code without additional tools. “As … continue reading

GitHub introduces reactions, LinkedIn’s programming puzzle, and Microsoft’s experimental .NET Core debugging experience—SD Times news digest: March 11, 2016

GitHub is giving users the ability to express their feelings in pull requests, issues and comments. The company announced new reactions to conversations in order for users to get their feelings across more simply and effectively. “While people have been able to include emoji in responses for a long time, using them as reactions resulted … continue reading

Microsoft announces new Cordova tools extension for Visual Studio Code

Microsoft is releasing a new way for developers to build, debug and preview Cordova apps. The company has announced a new Cordova tool extension for its code editor, Visual Studio Code. “With this extension, you can debug hybrid apps, find Cordova-specific commands in the Command Palette, and use IntelliSense to browse objects, functions, and parameters,” … continue reading

Researchers discover emerging class of C++ bugs, Intel’s diversity report, and Android Experiments—SD Times news digest: Aug. 13, 2015

Researchers from Georgia Tech have discovered an emerging class of C++ bugs, and Facebook has awarded them US$100,000 for their efforts. The bugs are rooted in a new method for identifying “bad casting” vulnerabilities in C++ programs casted dynamically or statically at runtime. The researchers, who presented their findings at the USENIX Security ’15 conference, … continue reading

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