By default Visual Studio Code will open a PowerShell session when you launch a new terminal window. But what if you want something else instead?
Well you’re in luck because in this article I’ll show you how you can easily change the default shell in Visual Studio Code.
VSCode is a fantastic IDE for editing <insert your favourite language here> source code. Likewise Angular is a great framework for developing front-end web apps.
When developing applications, we developers usually spend most of our time in the debugger. However, out of the box there is a little bit of setup required to enable debugging of an Angular TypeScript application when using VSCode.
In this post I’ll show you how to configure VSCode debugging for an Angular TypeScript application with the Google Chrome web browser.
I love Visual Studio Code! It’s a fantastic lightweight, cross-platform source code editor from Microsoft. Best of all, it’s FREE!!!
Starting with Visual Studio Code Beta (0.10.1 version) you can install extensions from the Visual Studio Code Marketplace to further enhance its functionality.
Here’s is my list of must-have extensions for VS Code: