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Vs code shortcuts for Developers in Windows

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In this tutorial we are going to learn about commonly used Vs code shortcuts for developers.

Visual Studio Code

  • Visual Studio Code is a source-code editor made by Microsoft for Windows, Linux and macOS. Features include support for debugging, syntax highlighting, intelligent code completion, snippets, code refactoring, and embedded Git. Users can change the theme, keyboard shortcuts, preferences, and install extensions that add additional functionality.
  • Microsoft has released most of Visual Studio Code’s source code on the microsoft/vscode repository of GitHub using the “Code – OSS” name, under the permissive MIT License, while the releases by Microsoft are proprietary freeware.
  • In the Stack Overflow 2019 Developer Survey, Visual Studio Code was ranked the most popular developer environment tool, with 50.7% of 87,317 respondents reporting that they use it.
  • Visual Studio Code was first announced on April 29, 2015, by Microsoft at the 2015 Build conference. A Preview build was released shortly thereafter.
  • On November 18, 2015, Visual Studio Code was released under the MIT License, having its source code available on GitHub. Extension support was also announced. On April 14, 2016, Visual Studio Code graduated from the public preview stage and was released to the Web.

Language support

  • Out-of-the-box, Visual Studio Code includes basic support for most common programming languages.
  • This basic support includes syntax highlighting, bracket matching, code folding, and configurable snippets. Visual Studio Code also ships with IntelliSense for JavaScript, TypeScript, JSON, CSS, and HTML, as well as debugging support for Node.js.
  • Support for additional languages can be provided by freely available extensions on the VS Code Marketplace.

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