It is my pleasure to announce the first version of our “Visual Studio Code -
Tips and Tricks Vol. 1” eBook.
Visual Studio Code (VS
Code) is a free open source code editor for developing and debugging modern
cloud and web applications and is available for free on Linux, OS X and Windows.
The environment can flexibly be enriched through the use of
Extensions that remain
independent from the underlying operating system. VS Code genuinely qualifies as
the perfect addition to the preferred development tools.
This eBook was
written in March and released to the public early in April 2016. The development
team of VS Code is enhancing and extending Visual Studio Code day by day and
upgrading existing installations on a monthly basis. Even for an eBook, it’s
hard to keep pace with that. That’s why, based on your feedback, we are planning
to transfer this book to GitHub, so that you, our valuable readers, can
contribute to existing and new tips for Visual Studio Code. Please tell us what
If you’re a Mac or a Linux user, we would also like to bring to
your attention that this book has been written based on Windows and its key
bindings. Kindly find all keyboard shortcuts for your operating system at
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Many thanks and kudos to
who not only wrote the preface. Thank you very much for your ongoing help and
our conversations in general and especially for your support regarding this
Tobias Kahlert and Kay Giza
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