The latest monthly update of the lightweight, cross-platform and open source Visual Studio Code editor features a number of UI, navigation and other improvements.
Here are the highlights:
Other improvements have been made to extension authoring, proposed extension APIs are available for trying out, and not-ready-for-release preview features can be put through their paces, including an exploration of bundling in Electron 3.0.
All of the above and much more are detailed in an announcement blog post.
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In-editor chat and a Chat view are available in a waitlisted technical preview.
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