Join Reynald Adolphe for an in-depth discussion in this video Multiple instances of code from command, part of Learning Visual Studio Code.
- [Instructor] If you have access to the exercise files,…go ahead and download them in a directory…that is going to be easy to access on your harddrive.…I have mine's in a folder called Documents,…and it'll be under the subfolder called SampleCode,…and within that you'll see another subfolder…called Zen where the files are.…Let's go ahead and get comfortable…with launching Visual Studio Code.…I'm going to start referring to Visual Studio Code…as just Code so I don't have keep saying those three words.…
We're going to go to the terminal,…and get used to launching Code…along with working with multiple instances.…Now, since I know that I'm in my Documents folder,…I'll go ahead and start off here.…To launch Code, I want to point to the path that I'm in,…such as SampleCode/Zen.…What I'm going to do in this particular case is demonstrate…launching one particular file, the index.html.…
And, there we go.…It was very quick loading up,…and it didn't take a long time like some other bloated IDEs.…Now, if I wanted to just open this up from Code itself,…
In this course, learn the basics of Visual Studio Code. Industry expert Reynald Adolphe helps you get started with Visual Studio Code by showing how to use the command line and manage its layout, as well as how to handle multiple instances of the command line. He also demonstrates code refactoring, explains how to prepare for environments like ASP.NET, and shows how to create your first .NET app and Node app. Plus, Reynald covers keyboard shortcuts, and language features.
- Setting up Visual Studio code
- Using the command line
- Preparing for ASP.NET
- Creating your first .NET app
- Creating your first Node app
- Changing themes
- Setting up preferences