Chapter 9. Visual Studio Code
In April 2015, Microsoft announced the availability of Visual Studio Code (VS Code), a free code editor that runs on every platform, including Windows, OS X, and Linux. While Visual Studio remains Windows-only, VS Code reflects Microsoft’s commitment to open source, specifically to making it easier for .NET developers to be productive in any environment.
Installing Visual Studio Code
VS Code requires a UI environment to work. If you are running Linux as a VM in a console-only environment, you won’t be able to use VS Code in Linux. However, if you are running Gnome or some other desktop shell, you can run VS Code.
To begin, visit the Visual Studio Code home page and download ...