Launched: Microsoft's free Visual Studio Code a cross platform code editor

Microsoft today announced Visual Studio Code at Build conference. Visual studio code is lightweight, cross platform to build and debug modern web and cloud applications. As per official statement, it's totally free and can run on windows, Linux and Mac OS. You can easily develop all.NET applications along with many other programming languages.
For serious coding, developers often need to work with code as more than just text. Visual Studio Code includes built-in support for always-on IntelliSense code completion, richer semantic code understanding and navigation, and code refactoring. In the Preview, Code includes enriched built-in support for ASP.NET 5 development with C#, and Node.js development with TypeScript and JavaScript, powered by the same underlying technologies that drive Visual Studio. Code includes great tooling for web technologies such as HTML, CSS, LESS, SASS, and JSON. Code also integrates with package managers and repositories, and builds and other common tasks to make everyday workflows faster. And Code understands Git, and delivers great Git workflows and source diffs integrated with the editor.
You can read the full documentation on Visual Studio Code website.I think, too many things for free, let's enjoy it


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