Notebooks are coming to VS Code and you don't want to miss @_tanhakabir's livestream on Thursday to learn about what they can do 📘 See the RESTBook and grocery list examples, and the APIs to build your own in this live session and Q&A
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Looked into node_modules 👀
Auth0: Scare a dev in 5 words or less.
RT Manuel Sidler
Wow, I really like the interactive rebase from the GitLense #vscode extension 💕
RT Chinh Do
💡 Tip of the day: Hit Ctrl+Shift+T (or ⌘ + ⇧ + T on Macs) in VS @code to re-open the editor tab you just accidentally closed!
Don't stop at one tab! Keep pressing Ctrl+Shift+T to re-open additional previously closed tabs.
#programming #DEVCommunity #100DaysOfCode #vscode
📺 Starting soon: the VS Code 1.55 Release Party 🥳 Join us in 10 minutes on @LearnTV for a livestream and Q&A 💬
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Re @Smetad_Anarkist Nope, still there. Right click on the folder name and you should still see "npm scripts".
Interested in reading about the history of @code? Check out this interview with @BenjaminPasero ⬇️
Benjamin Pasero: 📔Checkout my blog post about the story of @code on @gittower's "Developing for the Desktop" series:
Re @sospedra_r Yikes! We investigated the issue with the icon, will be rolling out the fix for it this week:
RT Ale(ssandro) Segala
Please sign your Git commits! 🔏 This lets people know for sure who made a code change in a repo, and can help securing codebases and software supply chains! Plus, you get that ✅ on @github which is cool too 😎
How to do that (also in @code)👉
RT Matt Bierner
These let you link to other symbols in your doc comments
Try it in @code insiders with the TypeScript 4.3 beta. Be sure to share any feedback
It's almost time for the release party 🎉 Join us TOMORROW for a demo of what's new in VS Code 1.55 on @LearnTV - with live Q&A with the team! 💬
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Re @steeve What OS are you on? If on Linux, can you make sure that gnome-keyring is installed?
Start learning 👉
RT Laura Todd
Little VS Code tip ⚡️
If you have a number of instances of the same text and want to change all of them at once, use ctrl + shift + L to add a cursor to all instances so that you only have to type the change once.
Never realised this, but the breadcrumbs in VS @code can act as the file explorer in sidebar. No need to open the sidebar everytime, easy to move through folders too
Am gonna use this like crazy from now on 🔥🔥🔥
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