Microsoft rolling out an update to the Visual Studio Code. The Visual Studio Code updated with number of new features and enhancement over the last version. The Visual Studio Code version 1.9 brings all new welcome page and couple of new features.
The new welcome page in the Visual Studio Code allows users to quick access their recent folders and files. In addition it also allow users to access to support resources. The latest version also bring the ability to clone Git repository.
Another major thing in this update is Microsoft finally adding a new synchronized markdown preview. Basically this feature will automatically make the preview for markdown files scroll automatically as you scroll in the editor itself.
Take a look at the full change-log for version 1.9:
- New Welcome page – Whether you are a new or returning user, the Welcome page helps get you started quickly.
- Interactive Playground – Try out VS Code’s advanced editing features without creating files or a project.
- Synchronized Markdown Preview – Coupled view of a Markdown preview and its editor.
- Format on Paste – Format source code as soon as you bring it into your project.
- Language specific settings – Customize your settings for specific languages.
- TypeScript references CodeLens – VS Code ships with TypeScript 2.1.5 and now includes References CodeLens.
- Single file debugging – Debug without a configuration file to enable quick debugging of single files.
- Inline variables display – See variable values inline while debugging.
- Expanded Node.js debugging configurations – Easily debug Mocha tests, gulp tasks and even Yeoman generators.
- Improved task running support – Run multiple commands from the same task.
- Faster Integrated Terminal – We improved the integrated terminal’s performance and Windows support.
You can download the Visual Studio Code from here or you can just update the version. Stay tune to Windows Latest for more updates.