VSCode, being extremely lightweight (at least compared to Visual Studio), does not come with its own web server. This can be a bit confusing for those of us used to just hitting F5 in Visual Studio and getting our website launch in a browser.
When using VSCode, you have to rely on the power of Node.js instead.
This is a tutorial of how to start a really small project, containing only a single HTML file in VSCode and edit it with live preview in a browser.
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This is a super short introduction to start writing TypeScript in Visual Studio Code. This tutorial is written for Windows users, but it should be roughly the same procedure for Linux and OS X users, since all these tools are cross platform.
This post is not actually about writing TypeScript, it’s just a guide to set up VSCode correctly to be able to write and compile TypeScript. Continue reading “Getting started with TypeScript in Visual Studio Code”