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

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deprilula28
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deprilula28
1 month 3 hours ago

Ugh mac userWhenever I watch someone use a mac I'm just cringing at how silly it is

Mohamed Hamdeen
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Mohamed Hamdeen
1 month 22 hours ago

Please make your screen closer thanks

Ashiqur Rahman
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Ashiqur Rahman
1 month 2 days ago

how can i remove folder from "explorer"?

Thomas Steven
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Thomas Steven
1 month 17 days ago

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

Dylan T
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Dylan T
1 month 17 days ago

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

Daniel Laera
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Daniel Laera
1 month 17 days 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
1 month 16 days ago

Max thank you!!!!

Max
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Max
1 month 16 days 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
1 month 17 days 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
1 month 17 days 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
1 month 17 days 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
1 month 17 days 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
1 month 17 days ago

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

LevelUpTuts
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LevelUpTuts
1 month 17 days ago

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

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