Topic: vs code

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: code-server

This week’s highlighted open-source project makes it easy for developers to use VS Code on the go. Code-server is a VS Code instance developed by Coder that runs on a remote server, enabling VS Code to be accessed through a browser. Coder open-sourced the solution in March. Because VS Code is being hosted on a … continue reading

Visual Studio Code June 2018 release is now available

The June 2018 release of Visual Studio Code has been announced, with a number of new features. The Workbench now features a grid editor layout that allows developers to arrange editors vertically and horizontally and display more than three editors side by side. The Outline view mode has moved out of preview and is now … 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: Intel’s security pledge, VS Code Java tools, and new Skype encryption

In the aftermath of Google Project Zero’s security exploits, Intel has announced that the company will work closely with their partners with a shared goal of restoring confidence in the security of the customers’ data as quickly as possible. Last week, it was revealed one of the vulnerabilties, Meltdown, was found on Intel processors, and … continue reading

Microsoft announces Azure Databricks, Visual Studio App Center and Azure DevOps projects at Microsoft Connect

Microsoft is unleashing new tools to help developers increase productivity and simplify app development. The company announced Azure DataBricks, the Visual Studio App Center, Visual Studio Live Share, Azure DevOps projects, Azure IoT Edge and Visual Studio Tools for AI at its Microsoft Connect(): 2017 conference. “With today’s intelligent cloud, emerging technologies like AI have … 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

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Microsoft releases Visual Studio Code update and the .NET Framework 4.7

Microsoft is providing new updates to its open-source code editor and software development framework. The company announced the March 2017 update of Visual Studio Code as well as the .NET Framework 4.7. The latest update of Visual Studio Code was released to address a number of issues such as losing editor contents when upgrading, and … 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

Envelop VR for Windows public beta, Apple to pay bug bounty for reported flaws, and Visual Studio Code 1.4—SD Times news digest: Aug. 5, 2016

Envelop VR has introduced its Envelop for Windows, a computing platform that enables interaction with Windows applications while immersed in a virtual reality headset. Envelop for Windows allows users to shop online, watch YouTube videos, and work in Microsoft Office, all at the same time. With this product, users can have control over each window’s … 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

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