Visual Studio Code Documentation
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Visual Studio Code
VS Code is a lightweight but powerful development environment for building and debugging modern web and cloud applications. It is free and available on your favorite platform - Linux, Mac and Windows.
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Contributing to the documentation
To contribute with new topics/information or make changes to existing documentation, see contributing for instructions and guidelines.
If you want to give documentation feedback, please use the feedback control located at the bottom of each documentation page.
To enter doc bugs, please create a new GitHub issue (try to check if there isn't a topic about your issue already).
If you think the issue is with the VS Code product itself, please enter issues here
In order to edit the VS Code documentation, ensure that you have Git installed.
Clone a copy of the repo:
git clone https://github.com/Microsoft/vscode-docs.git
VS Code itself is great for reviewing and editing Markdown with nice preview support.
If you want to use VS Code, simply navigate to the
vscode-docs directory and launch VS Code from there:
cd vscode-docs code .
You can open any of the Markdown files and see a preview with the Open Preview to the Side button in the upper right of the editor.
You should minify new images you put into the repository. You can run the
gulp minify-images script to minify all the images in the repository.