Visual Studio Code is a powerful and popular open source code editor from Microsoft. In this post I show you how to install VSCode on Ubuntu 20.04 and up.
If you use the Ant Dracula GTK theme on your Linux desktop check out this horde of Dracula themes for well known apps like Gedit, VSCode and Vim.
A new version of the popular Visual Studio Code text editor is available for download. Visual Studio Code 1.31 ships with a number of “significant updates”, say Microsoft, that help make the editor easier to […]
It’s been a busy couple of weeks for some well known Linux projects, with developers clearly choosing to make hay while the sun shines (and boy has it been shining here in the UK!). This […]
It’s a Sunday, which means it’s time for a concise roundup of recent Linux releases that didn’t merit their own dedicated post. A rather diverse set of apps and projects made releases in the past […]
Here's a useful Visual Studio Code extension that helps theme the app to match a slate of popular GTK themes, including Arc, Adapta and Ubuntu's Ambiance.
Github's Atom text editor and Microsoft's Visual Studio Code (VS Code) both have updated versions available to download.
Microsoft has released an update to Visual Studio Code, its open-source code editor for Windows, macOS and Linux. Visual Studio Code 1.14 is a sizeable update to the Electron-based editor, and adds a slate of […]