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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4 Comments on "VSCode Tutorials #2 – Visual Studio Code Interface & Getting Around Files"

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Maxime Beaudoin
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Maxime Beaudoin
1 month 17 days ago

dont forget to show the internal Terminal <3 cmd + shft + p then view: toggle integrated terminal

Mike Wink
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Mike Wink
1 month 17 days ago

I ditched Atom after using it for two years. As you described it's just faster and more performant in daily use. It' more or less the same situation when I left Sublime for Atom before. 🙂 I'm happy to see many more high quality extensions coming to VS Code and that the system is constantly evolving like Peter of Ihatetomatoes wrote before. My current favourite is Zen mode that is quite essential for me – reduce to the max. <3

Mike Wink
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Mike Wink
1 month 17 days ago

Very nice introduction, but please keep in mind that the editor is huuuuuge, and all the things you show are pretty small in the video. Please adjust the resolution if possible.

Ihatetomatoes
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Ihatetomatoes
1 month 17 days ago

Hey Scott, great to see you covering VSCode, it is improving with every new release. I have been using it as my main code editor for about 6 months and really like it.VScode has a handy "zoom in" functionality that zooms the whole interface, not just the code itself.I use it when recording videos for my channel, it makes everything readable even if someone is watching on mobile devices.Keep up the great work!

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