Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Visual Studio code 1.0 Released

Microsoft has released visual studio code on 1.0 version 14th April 2016. Those who have not used Visual Studio code, Visual studio code a is cross platform open source editor from Microsoft. It supports the variety of languages and you can do almost everything that you can do in an IDE. It also provides support for the debugging few languages.

In blog of Visual Studio Code, Microsoft says
Since our initial launch one year ago, 2 million developers have installed VS Code,” the Visual Studio Code team revealed. “Today, we’re excited to report that more than 500,000 developers actively use VS Code each month.
Image source: Visual Studio code blog.

There is some important milestone that Visual studio code is received like following.
  • Visual studio code is now fully localizable and supports 9 languages
  • Visual studio supports extensions and community has built more than 1000 extensions in such a sort span
  • It now supports syntax highlighting and few more features for more than 100 languages.
  • It got more than 300+ pull request on Github.
It will be interesting to see how Visual Studio Code move ahead. I have used it for many times and I am quite happy with it.

You can find more information about it at the following link.

If you have not used it then I recommend you to download this and try it from the following location.

That’s it. Hope you like it. Stay tuned for more!


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