Published on March 7, 2017 by LevelUpTuts

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Visual Studio Code is a lightweight but powerful source code editor which runs on your desktop and is available for Windows, macOS and Linux. It comes with built-in support for JavaScript, TypeScript and Node.js and has a rich ecosystem of extensions for other languages (such as C++, C#, Python, PHP, Go) and runtimes (such as .NET and Unity).

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13 Comments on "VSCode Tutorials #1 – Introduction To Visual Studio Code"

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Mohamed Hamdeen
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Mohamed Hamdeen
1 day 2 hours ago

Please make your screen closer
thanks

Ashiqur Rahman
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Ashiqur Rahman
2 days 16 hours ago

how can i remove folder from "explorer"?

Thomas Steven
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Thomas Steven
17 days 6 hours ago

Hi, Scott. Do you prefer using this for Meteor development over something like Webstorm?

Dylan T
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Dylan T
17 days 13 hours ago

an MS app that runs on my ubuntu desktop. [mind blown]

Daniel Laera
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Daniel Laera
17 days 14 hours ago

It's been a long time that the terminal plus plugin doesn't work on Atom so i use Visual S. LOL

Daniel Laera
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Daniel Laera
16 days 17 hours ago

Max thank you!!!!

Max
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Max
16 days 19 hours ago

Daniel Laera there's a fix for it. Search their github issues, basically you need to change one dependency in package.json of Terminal Plus and run "apm rebuild"

Kutsan Kaplan
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Kutsan Kaplan
17 days 14 hours ago

For those who wondering, the entire theming support is coming soon. They said will be ready on March.- github.com/Microsoft/vscode/issues/3112github.com/Microsoft/vscode/issues/21923

MrDisco
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MrDisco
17 days 15 hours ago

This might be slightly unrelated but since you went into this discussion about atom in the beginning, out of curiosity have you tried keeping atom extensions/plugins/packages to a minimum, for the longest time my atom had almost no plugin and I can't say I've ever experienced slowness…

MrDisco
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MrDisco
17 days 15 hours ago

Ok I get it. I mostly use language plugins on atom and that's it. But VS Code is definitely on my radar for debugging JavaScript. Thanks!

LevelUpTuts
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LevelUpTuts
17 days 15 hours ago

That's the thing. Atom works fine under certain circumstances, such as small/med projects & minimal plugin use. To be entirely honest, I love using plugins and will happily change editors to gain access to a ton more functionality. If I wasn't using plugins at all, I'd have never left Sublime Text.

lordoverseer81
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lordoverseer81
17 days 16 hours ago

First 30 seconds is blank…. Still great job with the video!

LevelUpTuts
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LevelUpTuts
17 days 16 hours ago

Thanks for the heads up. Edited version is replacing it right now.

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