Here are the most Top 16 Themes For Visual Studio Code:
1. SynthWave '84: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/…
2. One Dark Pro: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/…
3. Dracula Official: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/…
4. Noctis: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/…
5. Winter is Coming Theme: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/…
6. Night Owl: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/…
7. Shades of Purple: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/…
8. Andromeda: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/…
9. Tokyo Night: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/…
10. Gruvbox Material: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/…
11. Aurora X: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/…
12. Bear Theme: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/…
13. Ayu: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/…
14. Remedy: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/…
16. merko’s green theme: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/…
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Hello, my friends and fellow developers, this video is all about User Snippets. That means the Snippets (Code Shortcuts) that you can make for yourself. It is a really amazing feature. I hope you like this video
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We are pleased to announce that the July release of the Python extension is now available for Visual Studio Code. You can download the Python extension from the Marketplace, or install it directly from the extension gallery in Visual Studio Code. If you already have the Python extension installed, you can also get the latest update by restarting Visual Studio Code. You can read more about Python support in Visual Studio Code in the documentation .
We’ve made 51 improvements in this release, including:
If you are interested, you can explore the full list of improvements in this list changes.
A couple of weeks ago, we announced the release of Pylance, our new language server based on Microsoft’s Pyright static type checking tool .
Pylance is a fast language server that provides many features to help you write better code, including automatic imports, dead code detection, parameter and return type information, support for a multi-root production environment, and more. You can read the Pylance blog post to learn more about this.
Pylance recently added a context highlighting feature that helps you quickly identify where symbols are being used in a particular file.
You can install the Pylance extension from the marketplace… If you have the Pyright extension installed, you should uninstall it in favor of the Pylance extension to avoid installation conflicts and duplicate errors and warnings, since all Pyright features are included in Pylance.
If you are a Microsoft Python Language Server user, we recommend that you try Pylance. The new language server significantly improves Python IntelliSense in VSCode. Because of this, the long term plan is to eventually ditch the Microsoft Python Language Server as a supported option in the Python extension.
We are pleased to announce that this release adds support for our new experimental extension, Gather. Gather is a recurring iteration, and we look forward to community feedback to improve Gather’s accuracy! This tool analyzes and identifies required code dependencies in notepad and performs code cleanup, thereby automating this complex and time-consuming task.
Welcome to the July 2020 release of Visual Studio Code. There are a number of updates in this version that we hope you will like, some of the key highlights include:
Join us live at the VS Code team’s livestream on Monday, August 17 at 9am Pacific (5pm London), to see a demo of what’s new in this release and ask us questions live.
Insiders: Want to try new features as soon as possible? You can download the nightly Insiders build and try the latest updates as soon as they are available. And for the latest Visual Studio Code news, updates, and content, follow us on Twitter @code!
This milestone, we again received helpful feedback from our community, which helped us identify and tackle accessibility issues.
We added an Open Search Editor command to open an existing search editor if one exists, or to otherwise create a new one. The pre-existing command Open new Search Editor has been renamed to New Search Editor, and will always create a new Search Editor.
Search Editors also now support custom
search.sortOrder configurations, such as sorting by file type, modified date, or result count.
The Extensions view filter actions are now displayed under a separate filter action (funnel button):
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The Extensions view Views and More Actions (…) menu has been refactored for better organization of extension queries (such as Installed or Recommended) and other actions like Check for Extension Updates and Enable All Extensions:
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There’s a new setting,
scm.alwaysShowRepositories, that makes the Source Control view always show the repository rows, even if there’s only a single repository open:
As you navigate the Source Control view, pressing Space on a change will now open it as a preview editor and keep the focus in the Source Control view, for easier keyboard navigation.
Thanks to the new submenu proposed API, the Git View and More Actions (…) menu has been refactored for better organization of several commands:
When publishing a repository to GitHub, you now have the option to make the repository public, as opposed to the previous default, private:
debug.openDebugsetting has been changed to
openOnFirstSessionStart. As a result, the Debug view will only be automatically opened when the first debug session is started.
A new Debug: Open Link command has been added to quickly debug any URL. Previously, to debug a browser, you had to install the Debugger for Chrome extension and write a
launch.json config file to debug a page. This command allows you to debug any URL without needing additional launch configurations.
If you have a URL selected in your active editor, it will open that automatically. Otherwise, VS Code will prompt you to enter a URL, pre-filling with the URL in your clipboard, if any.
You can adjust the debug configuration used in this command via the
All of the text file encodings of the desktop version of VS Code are now also supported when running in a browser.
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