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Microsoft announces a new AI pair programmer "GitHub Copilot" for Visual Studio Code. This will help you to write better code by suggesting the entire block of code based on Machine Learning. At this moment, it is limited to Visual Studio Code in the Technical Preview stage.

 

GitHub Copilot works with a broad set of frameworks and languages, but at this moment it works better for Python, JavaScript, TypeScript, Ruby and Go. To know more about the GitHub Copilot, continue reading further.

Published by on under Artificial Intelligence | GitHub


Last year in June, Microsoft started working on the Pylance language server and announced that it will add the ability to supercharge your Python IntelliSense experience with rich type information, helping you write better code faster. Since then, it was in an early preview state.

 

Now, Microsoft has officially announced that Pylance will be the default language server for Python in Visual Studio Code. This means it will now add fast and feature-rich Python language support for the developers in VS Code.

Published by on under News | Python

Microsoft releases Visual Studio Code version 1.51 (October 2020 Update) with many new features. The key features of this build include more prominent pinned tabs, custom hover effects on extension trees, resizable suggestions, better source control integration, TypeScript 4.1 beta support, and more.

 

Here you can find the direct links to download the latest update of Visual Studio Code (VSCode) version 1.51 from the Microsoft server. Continue reading to learn what's new and improved in this version.

Published by on under News | Tech News

Microsoft announced the general availability of the new Microsoft Edge (Chromium) Tools for Visual Studio Code extension, which clubs two experimental extensions (Elements and Network), will now allow you to see what your code generates, and debug the code without switching between editor and browsers.

 

The extension will add the ability to see runtime HTML structure, modify the layout, fix CSS styles, and view the network requests without leaving your Visual Studio Code Editor. To know more, and to get the link to download Microsoft Edge Tools for VS Code, continue reading further.

Published by on under Microsoft Edge | News

Microsoft releases Visual Studio Code August 2020 (version 1.49) update. The new update comes with several new improvements such as the ability to format changed codes, change text casing, display pending changes per repository, filter debug console output and more.

 

To know more about the new features introduced in the latest Microsoft Visual Studio Code August 2020 Update, and to download the latest stable build, continue reading further.

Published by on under News | Tech News

Visual Studio Live Share extension for Visual Studio allows you to share a codebase and its context to collaborate within a team. Your team member can read, edit, navigate and debug the shared project seamlessly and securely.

 

To know more about Visual Studio Live Share and to grab the links to download this extension, continue reading this post.

Published by on under News | Visual Studio 2017