Getting Started: Microsoft Edge Tools for VS Code

There’s a really neat extension for VS Code that allows you to run Microsoft Edge browser tools. You can use this in conjunction with your own project, or even as stand-alone. It uses browser automation behind the scenes, so it does depend on you having Microsoft Edge installed on your machine. You can add theContinue reading “Getting Started: Microsoft Edge Tools for VS Code”

Exclude Files from the Visual Studio Code File Explorer

This is a quick note with an updated version on how to exclude files from the Visual Studio Code file explorer. I originally wrote about this in 2015 before the UI was as polished as it is now. I have also found I get asked about this a great deal due to conflicting information IContinue reading “Exclude Files from the Visual Studio Code File Explorer”

Hide JavaScript Files in Visual Studio Code

I have an updated version of this post available here: Exclude Files from Visual Studio Code’s File Explorer, with updates based on some very nice UI changes that make this just a little bit easier than it was in 2015 when I wrote this. The Visual Studio Code team are definitely listening to their users.Continue reading “Hide JavaScript Files in Visual Studio Code”

TypeScript With Visual Studio Code

Visual Studio Code is a new lightweight cross-platform editor that supports a whole bunch of languages, not least – TypeScript. Working in VSCode is a bit different to working in other editors and IDEs – so here is a Getting Started guide for TypeScript with Visual Studio Code. Once you have downloaded and installed VSCode,Continue reading “TypeScript With Visual Studio Code”