Visual Studio Code is a new choice of tool that combines the simplicity of a code editor with what developers need for their code-edit-debug cycle. It offers a lightweight code editor developed by Microsoft for Windows, Linux and OS X. Yes, it’s a cross platform code editor from Microsoft, and it’s free! This code editor is suitable for modern web and cloud applications and provides built-in support for multiple languages together with code assistance and navigation for all supported languages.
The editor contains all features of a standard tool that one expects from a modern code editor, including syntax highlighting, customizable keyboard shortcuts, bracket matching and snippets. Also VS Code comes with the Git support feature which helps developers to keep their work under source control.
VS Code is file and folder based - you can get started immediately by opening a file or folder in VS Code. On top of this, VS Code can read and take advantage of a variety of project files defined by different frameworks and platforms. For example, if the folder you opened in VS Code contains one or more package.json, project.json, tsconfig.json, or ASP.NET 5 Visual Studio solution and project files, VS Code will read these files and use them to provide additional functionality such as rich IntelliSense in the editor.
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