Visual Studio Code: End-to-End Editing and Debugging Tools for Web Developers
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Expert guidance on using Visual Studio Code for editing and debugging your web development projects
Visual Studio Code: End-to-End Editing and Debugging Tools for Web Developers helps readers to become familiar with and productive in Visual Studio Code. This up-to-date guide covers all of the essential components of the software, including the editing features of the workspace, advanced functionality such as code refactoring and key binding, and integration with Grunt, Gulp, NPM, and other external tools. New users, experienced developers, and those considering moving from another developer tool will benefit from this book's detailed, yet easy-to-follow information on Visual Studio Code. This book:
- Teaches readers how to use Visual Studio Code to do full-stack development
- Explains the steps to install Visual Studio Code on Windows, Mac and Linux platforms
- Provides a foundation for non-users considering moving to Visual Studio Code
- Helps current users expand their knowledge of the tool and its available extensions
- Describes how to open a .NET Core project and get end-to-end execution and debugging functionality
Visual Studio Code: End-to-End Editing and Debugging Tools for Web Developers is an invaluable guide for both professional and hobbyist web developers seeking immediately-useful information on Visual Studio Code.
Bruce Johnson (Toronto, Ontario), MVP, is a partner at ObjectSharp Consulting and a 30 veteran of the computer industry. For almost 20 years, he has been working on projects that are at the leading edge of Windows technology, from C++ through Visual Basic to C#, and from thick client applications to Web sites to services. Bruce has spoken hundreds of times at conferences and user groups throughout North America. He has been a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) for the past three years and he is a co-president of the Metro Toronto .NET User Group. He is the author of Professional Visual Studio 2017 (Wrox), Windows Azure Mobile Services (Wrox, 2013), and Windows Azure Data Storage (Wrox, 2013), and has written columns and articles for numerous magazines. Bruce has been recognized as a Microsoft MVP for the past six years.