Visual Studio Code Update Now Uses ECMAscript 6
Also noteworthy: weird keyboard layout problem encountered by developers on OSX -- fixed.
Visual Studio Code marches ever closer to full point release, with a January update that includes a quartet of new support features. Meanwhile, the 0.10.6 update was released in a quick follow up to version 0.10.5, which went out with a quirky keyboard issue affecting those using VSC with OSX.
VSC also is updated to use TypeScript 1.7.5, and the Emmet text editing plugin, which allows for native-like editing of JSX and TSX files from VSC.
In a related note, developers a few weeks ago reported problems with VSC 0.10.5 crashing on startup right after the update. Mainly, it affected those working with OSX, and more precisely it was traced to users working with JIS keyboard layout on a Mac. The VSC team rendered a fix, but users with those keyboards had to temporarily revert back to version 0.10.3 before the fix. A discussion of the issue can be viewed on GitHub here. The issue has since been fixed and moot with VSC 0.10.6.
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