In September, we launched a new VS Code installer called Coding Pack for Java. In this edition, we would like to focus on best practices of setting development environment. Regardless of whether you just want to explore or have already been using VS Code for projects or studies, we believe you all will benefit from these practices.
Since the introduction of Java 11 requirement for running VS Code for Java, we have constantly heard from our users that they thought Java 8 is no longer supported, which is NOT true. In this blog, we will explain the requirement itself and provide steps for you to upgrade smoothly and quickly without impact your project.
Java on VS Code update for July introduces new features of Project Manager and Extension Guide aiming for improving getting started experience. This edition also introduces Just My Code and other enhancements for debugging.
Java on VS Code update for June introduces Java installer pack for MacOS and code completion for Lightweight Mode. This edition also reminds that soon, Java 11 or above version will be required to run your VS Code for Java.
Welcome back to the May update of Java on Visual Studio Code. Your satisfaction continuously motivates us delivering the best product for you. Therefore, whatever it is a new feature or an enhancement, we hope you like it. In this update, we will show enhancements on Java side that make the product more friendly and also answer a frequently...
Java on VS Code April update will show you the effect of latest performance improvements, new Java 14 support and semantic highlighting. Also including how to easily create new Java class, perform rename refactoring from file explorer and preview the proposed changes.
Welcome to the October update of Java on Visual Studio Code! This month, we're bringing some new features for code navigation, code actions and refactoring, code snippet along with Java 13 support. There's also improvements in debugger, maven, checkstyle and Test Runner.