Category: Visual Studio Code

  • Visual Studio Code and AutoHotkey

    2016-02-10 Update: This post is about how to get around a bug in Visual Studio Code. This bug is now fixed, and my automatic text replacement (described in this blog post), works just as well in Visual Studio Code as in other applications. In my previous post,¬†Use automatic text replacement to speed up your coding […]

  • Live preview of website when editing in Visual Studio Code

    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 […]

  • Getting started with TypeScript in Visual Studio Code

    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 […]