May 09, 2015 by Anuraj
.Net ASP.Net ASP.Net MVC CodeProject Visual Studio
In Build 2015, Microsoft introduced cross platform code editor. You can download Visual Studio code from here
This post is about features of Visual Studio code for ASP.NET 5 development.
Visual Studio code supports Intellisense with the help of Omnisharp, Visual Studio code support full intellisense. Unlike Sublime or Brackets, you don’t need to worry about installing and starting Omnisharp server, VS code will do it automatically. You require either solution file(*.sln) or project.json file for C# Intellisense.
VS Code also detects changes in the project.json file and ask you to restore the packages. NuGet reference management and prompting for package restore is a new feature, which is not available in Sublime or any other similar editors.
Here is the CSS - Intellisense using VS Code
VS Code also support Bower.json intellisense.
VS Code supports Visual Studio features like Peek Definition.
VS Code also supports running ASP.NET commands like dnu restore, dnx . web etc.
You will find lots of Visual Studio like features in VS Code, like Go to definition, Find All References etc. You can find more about Visual Studio code from Visual Studio Code documentation
Happy Programming :)
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