Visual Studio Code 1.30 Released

The solution has received new features, as well as improved support for JavaScript and TypeScript
14 December 2018   1509

Microsoft has released the development environment Visual Studio Code 1.30. The tool has received new features, as well as improved support for JavaScript and TypeScript.

The search tool in the new version of the editor allows you to make multi-line queries. You can add a new line to the query by pressing Shift + Enter or simply by pasting text from the clipboard.

Custom headers and menu items in Linux are now activated by default. Since some menus may go beyond the boundaries of the screen, the developers added the ability to scroll.

Menu items designed to work with the settings have been moved to the title bar of the editor.

In the snippet, new comment variables are implemented, allowing to leave lines or blocks of notes based on the language of the code.

Also, the developers added the Go to Declaration and Peek Declaration commands to Visual Studio Code 1.30 in addition to the existing Go to Definition and Peek Definition. This is due to the fact that in some languages ​​the concepts of definition and declaration are fundamentally different.

In Visual Studio Code 1.30, you can work with TypeScript 3.2.2. Display of callbacks in JavaScript and TypeScript is improved. The new version of the editor displays which function they belong to.

The developers have improved the integration with the repository. In the new version of the program, you can change the tool that opens the file by clicking on the version control panel.

The Visual Studio Code 1.30 error detection and removal tool allows you to delete debug consoles for inactive sessions. Improved concept of variable substitution in launch.json configuration. The initial debug configuration itself has been simplified by hiding minor elements and adding a Quick Pick interface.

You can set the task to run automatically when you open the project folder. In addition, several new tasks have been added to the task management command section, for example, Tasks: Rerun Last Task, which allows you to restart the previous process.

Frontend News Digest 27.07 - 2.08

Let’s see what happened in JavaScript, its frameworks and other frontend related programming this week
01 August 2019   598

Greetings! I hope your week went great! Here's new Frontend news digest.

The biggest update of frontend related news last week was the new version of Node.js, which has long time support. Additionally, from this digest you learn how the integration of modal component in React JS works, how you can visualize Google analyts a Node app. At that's just the top of it.

Guides

  • How I developed a Concurrent Mode friendly library for React Redux

Experienced developer talks about how and why he React Redux binding library with React hooks

  • How To Create Modal Box Component in React

This tutorial help to integrate modal component in React JS

  • How to create a NPM package for React.js using Travis and Heroku

A code-rich, not very short but good written tutorial where you will be taught how to create a NPM package for React using create-react-app and configure CI/CD using Travis and Heroku

  • Visualize Google Analytics Data In A Nodejs Application

A detailed tutorial, that will help you to visualize valuable info from Google analytics at your Nodejs project

Article

  • Writing Documentation for Your JavaScript Project

Developer's thoughts about how important to write docs for your JS project and some tips on it

Updates

  • Node v10.16.1 (LTS)

New update for old, but still supported version of one of the most popular JS runtime environments with three big changes and bunch of small

  • jExcel

Intereting solution that allows to create web-based interactive tables and spreadsheets compatible with any spreadsheet software

  • cube.js

Framework, designed to create analytical web apps

  • VuePress

Tiny static sites generator, written on Vue.js

Video

  • Scope in JavaScript