Visual Studio Code is a cross platform, light-weight code editor available for Windows, Linux as well as macOS. It combines the simplicity of a lightning fast source code editor with powerful developer tooling, like IntelliSense code completion and debugging.
The latest March release (version 1.11) for Visual Studio Code includes a number of significant updates like customizable workbench colors or themes, new keyboard shortcut editor, drag and drop copying, Integrated Terminal link validation and more.
Here are some of the key highlights:
- Preview: Workbench theming – We’re working to make the entire VS Code workbench colors customizable.
- Keyboard shortcuts editor – New keyboard shortcut editor to easily rebind commands to your preferred shortcuts.
- Faster search – Faster text search as well as respecting
- Panel maximize and restore – Quickly open panels (Output, Terminal, Debug Console) to full size.
- Copy with drag and drop – Choose whether to copy or cut when you drag and drop in the editor.
- Terminal link validation – Integrated Terminal link validation and new customization settings.
- Implementer CodeLens for TypeScript – See who implements an interface or abstract class in a CodeLens window.
- New Debug menu – Run Debug commands directly from the main menu.
- Source Control API released – The Source Control API is now public, opening up VS Code to new SCM providers.
For more information on each new feature, head to the source page or click on the individual links above.
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