The July 2018 release of Visual Studio Code features new functionality for navigation, applying Quick Fixes to address problems, working with extensions and more.
Here's a quick rundown of the new features, with links pointing to more details available in the announcement post:
Other improvements include: a new View menu layout, copy relative path action and offline mode for the Workbench; improved multi-line support and rendering improvements for the Integrated Terminal; the conversion of named imports to namespace imports, and JSX folding, under Languages; better stop session and smart step debugging functionality in the Debugging department; themable custom tool and menu bar for Windows and Linux provided as Preview Features; and QuickInput API, extensionPack declaration and webview titlebar icons to boost Extension Authoring.
The VS Code personally thanked by name 27 community volunteers who contributed to the core functionality of the July update of the open source code editor, along with many more volunteers who helped improve the Language Server Protocol functionality and many other features.
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