Visual Studio Code is an open source text editor available for Linux, OS X, and Windows. It includes support for debugging, embedded Git Control and rich development experiences such as intelligent code completion. It is open source driven by Microsoft, built on Electron like GitHub's Atom.
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Two key elements of .NET Core's design are its modularity and lightweight nature. These properties make it ideal for building containerized microservice applications. In this post, we'll see how to combine ASP.NET Core and Docker using a cross-platform approach to build, debug and deploy a microservices-based proof-of-concept using Visual Studio Code, .NET Core CLI and Docker CLI.
The official C# extension allowed developers to use Visual Studio Code from the beginning as a light-weight editor for .NET Core projects. With many other extensions created by members of the community, .NET Core development has become easier and enjoyable. In this article, I will inspect some of these extensions and help you configure Visual Studio Code to make these extensions work together.
Did you download your binary of Visual Studio Code directly from the official website? If so, you’re not using a Free Software and only Microsoft knows what was added to this binary. And you should think of the worst possible.