Join Reynald Adolphe for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the command line, part of Learning Visual Studio Code.
- [Instructor] The next thing that I want to show you…is how to set up your environment so that you can launch…a visual studio code from the command prompt.…Now if you're on a Windows machine you should be fine…to start that once you've installed it.…All you need to do is go to your command prompt,…type in code, and hit enter.…Now I'm on a Mac so I'm going to go ahead…and set it up first.…I want to go ahead and show you where to take a look…of what we need to do.…
If we go to the visual studio code website…and you click on documents and then on the left-hand side…choose set up, then Mac, you'll see exactly the sets…that you need to take care of in order to set…your environment up.…All we really need to do is type in shell command…in our command palette.…To bring up the command palette we'll just need to press…shift, command P.…
And the F1 key works just as well.…If you're on a Windows machine the command key…is equal to the Windows key.…Shift, command P, and I will type in shell command,…and my first option comes up which is…
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