Visual Studio Code is one of the leading code editing platforms out there gaining rapid adoption with developers across the world. It is cross platform and lightweight editor with a long list of features including IntelliSense, it’s own extension marketplace and integrations with git and terminal.
If you are looking for a modern day editor and an upgrade from something like Atom and Sublime then this course is for you. It will develop your skills and make you a more efficient developer. Even if you have never worked with a code editor before and are a beginner programmer this course is simple enough for you to understand.
Questions are always welcome from students and can be asked in the Q&A section of the course.We try to respond within 24 hours so that we can create an engaging learning environment for our students and use our experience in the software industry to help you in your journey as a developer.
What will we cover?
Installation and Setup
Install and Setup VS Code on Windows/Mac and then set up a basic hello world program where you learn to just run through and debug with some extensions.
Jumping into the User Interface
Learn how to find your way around the UI and then use the command palette and different editing modes in VS Code. Learn how to change color themes and keyboard shortcuts to personalize VS Code to your liking!
A lot of software programming involves finding things other people wrote. Take advantage of VS Code’s search abilities and then go on to learn about the extensions you can use to enhance your VS Code experience. Navigate your way around code by finding the definitions and implementations of different bits of code.
Debugging and Integrating with Git
Master the art of debugging with powerful built in tools with VS Code and it’s extensions. Then Integrate with Git, learn how to initialize a repo, clone, add, commit, and synchronize your code with that on your favorite version control platform.
The only thing you should need to get started is the desire to learn and enjoy one of the latest editors out there!
- Students trying to get a quick grasp of Visual Studio Code
- Professionals looking to use VS Code for their next project
- Developers who have used another tool to as an IDE and are now looking to move over to VS Code