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Java on Visual Studio Code April Update
Java on Visual Studio Code April Update
Welcome to April update! Java 12 is now officially supported with Visual Studio Code. We'd also like to show you some new and helpful code actions now available, along with new features from Debugger, Maven and CheckStyle. Try these new features by installing Java Extension Pack with Visual Studio Code. See below for more details! Java 12 ...
AI-assisted coding comes to Java with Visual Studio IntelliCode
AI-assisted coding comes to Java with Visual Studio IntelliCode
Visual Studio IntelliCode is a set of AI-assisted capabilities that aims to improve developer productivity with features like AI-assisted IntelliSense and statement completion, code formatting, and style rule inference. During SpringOne 2018, we announced that we will bring those productivity boosters to Java developers and now we’re happy ...
Supporting Jetty for Java in Visual Studio Code
Supporting Jetty for Java in Visual Studio Code
Eclipse Jetty is a popular web server and servlet container in Java community. We’ve released a new Jetty extension for Visual Studio Code that makes it easy to run and deploy WAR packages (Web Application aRchive), operate your Jetty servers, and interact with your application from within the editor. Today this extension includes the ...
Supporting JUnit 5 in Visual Studio Code
Supporting JUnit 5 in Visual Studio Code
After supporting the widely adopted JUnit 4 with the Java Test Runner extension for Visual Studio Code, we’ve received suggestions to add additional test frameworks, like JUnit 5 and TestNG. We’ve added initial support for JUnit 5, including running, debugging test cases as well as test report. Please give us a try and let us know your ...
Hot Code Replacement for Java comes to Visual Studio Code
Hot Code Replacement for Java comes to Visual Studio Code
Hot code replacement (HCR), which doesn't require a restart, is a fast debugging technique in which the Java debugger transmits new class files over the debugging channel to another JVM. With this new feature in Visual Studio Code (VS Code), you can start a debugging session and change a Java file in your development environment, and the ...
New Visual Studio Code Extensions for Java Developers: Maven, Tomcat, and Checkstyle
New Visual Studio Code Extensions for Java Developers: Maven, Tomcat, and Checkstyle
Alongside the release of Debugger for Java and Java Test Runner this week, we're welcoming a few new members to our Visual Studio Code Java Extension family. We think you'll find them helpful for your Java development when you’re dealing with maven, Tomcat or making sure your Java code to follow the standard styles. Maven Project Explorer ...
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Visual Studio Code Java Debugger Adding Step Filter and Expression Evaluation
Visual Studio Code Java Debugger Adding Step Filter and Expression Evaluation
Happy new year! We’d like to thank you all for using Visual Studio Code for your Java development as well as for sharing your feedback. Within just three months, we’ve published 5 releases for our Debugger for Java extension for Visual Studio Code and received 400K+ downloads. With our new 0.5.0 release, we’re adding two new exciting ...
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