Visual Studio Code is an open source code editor with support for IntelliSense, debugging, git and code snippets. Downloads are available for Windows, Linux, and macOS. Support for common scripting and programming languages is present and it can also be done via extensions to be expanded. Microsoft has released version 1.58 and detailed information about that release is on this page to find, this is the announcement:
June 2021 (version 1.58)
Welcome to the June 2021 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:
- Terminals in the editor – Create or move terminals into the editor area.
- Workspace Trust – Quickly customize Workspace Trust settings, disable Restricted Mode banner.
- Editor scroll bar customization – Set bar visibility and width, click navigation behavior.
- Markdown preview KaTeX support – Math support in the Markdown preview.
- Settings editor improvements – Support for multiple checkboxes and enumeration dropdowns.
- Sticky debug environment choice – Debugger remembers your previous environment choice.
- Jupyter Interactive window – Run Jupyter code directly in an interactive window.
- Jupyter notebook debugging – Debug Jupyter notebook code from within VS Code.
- ‘Open in VS Code’ badge – Lets visitors quickly open your GitHub repo in VS Code.
- Data Science Tutorials – Learn about Jupyter Notebooks, PyTorch, and more.
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