Tabnine is a powerful Artificial Intelligence assistant designed to help you code faster, reduce mistakes, and discover best coding practices - without ever leaving the comfort of VSCode.
Tabnine studies publicly shared code and use A.I deep learning algorithms that provide us with the ability to predict your next coding needs and suggest one-click code completion.
We believe that coding is like Lego: Imagination is your only limit. We’re here to help provide you with the perfect code building blocks at the right time
No more memorizing coding syntax, no more worrying about typos, no more neglecting to add that crucial comma, or even search for coding solutions online. Start reducing your development costs, deliver reliable code faster, and explore best coding practices.
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Concerned about privacy and security? So do we!
Your code’s privacy is our highest priority. Tabnine keeps your code completely private
Tabnine offers code completion suggestions based on a model trained on millions of open-source code lines, which are then derived from the code you are currently working on. Tabnine only sends minimal contextual information from your currently edited file that allows us to make predictions based on your current local scope
We do not use your code to train our models and the information sent to our servers is only used to compute your prediction and is not being saved on our end
Find out more about how we keep your code private here
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Navigate to the Extensions tab and search for the Tabnine extension
Click the Install button on the right-hand side
Reload or Restart your VSCode
The default behavior of Tabnine is using the Enter key to accept completions. If you want to use the Enter key to start a new line instead of accepting a completion, just go to ‘Settings → Editor: Accept Suggestion On Enter’ and turn it off.
Manual Installation inside VSCode
Cmd+Pin your Visual Studio Code, type in ext install
Ctrl+Pin your Visual Studio Code, type in ext install
Click the Reload button in the extensions tab
The default behavior of Tabnine is using the Enter key to accept completions. If you want to use the Enter key to start a new line instead of accepting a completion, just go to ‘Settings → Editor: Accept Suggestion On Enter’ and turn it off
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Tabnine Indexes your entire project by reading your
.gitignore or others and determines which files to index.
- Add long variable names using minimal keystrokes
- Zero configuration. Tabnine works out of the box
- Highly responsive: Produces a list of suggestions in less than 10 milliseconds on average
After Tabnine’s installation, navigate to the Tabnine Settings page (‘Tabnine: Open Settings’ from the Command Palette) and verify that Tabnine local model is successfully loaded (as shown in the following screenshots)
Tabnine is a textual autocomplete extension. When you type a specific string in your editor, you will view Tabnine completion dialog, with Tabnine suggestions according to the text you type
Deep Tabnine is trained on millions of files from GitHub. During training, Tabnine’s goal is to predict the next token given the tokens that came before. To achieve this goal, Tabnine learns complex behavior, such as type inference in dynamically typed languages
Deep Tabnine can use subtle clues that are difficult for traditional tools to access. For example,
the return type of
app.get_user() is assumed to be an object with setter methods, while the return type of
app.get_users() is assumed to be a list
Deep Tabnine is based on GPT-2, which uses the Transformers Network Architecture. This architecture was first developed to solve problems in natural language processing. Although modeling code and modeling natural language might appear to be unrelated tasks, modeling code requires understanding English in some unexpected ways