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README.md

Salesforce Extensions for VS Code

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Introduction

This repository contains the source code for Salesforce Extensions for VS Code: the Visual Studio Code (VS Code) extensions for Salesforce DX.

Currently, we have the following extensions:

Be an Efficient Salesforce Developer with VS Code

Dreamforce 2018 session on how to use Visual Studio Code and Salesforce Extensions for VS Code:

Be An Efficient Salesforce Developer with VS Code

Getting Started

If you are interested in contributing, please take a look at the CONTRIBUTING guide.

If you are interested in building the extensions locally, please take a look at the publishing doc.

You can find more information about developing Salesforce Extensions for VS Code in the docs folder. If the docs don’t cover what you are looking for, please feel free to open an issue.

For information about using the extensions, consult the README.md file for each package.