Visual Studio Code for NET Developers
What you’ll learn
Master editing the C# files and code faster to dramatically improve your productivity.
Master navigation and intellisense for C# programs.
Learn to install and use Extensions to power up the Visual Studio Code to suit your style.
Know how to work with Git and GitHub to manage your code with VS Code.
Understand the various debugging tools and options available in Visual Studio Code.
Build your own snippets to extend the programming experience even further.
Set up and install the Visual Studio Code and .NET Core SDK in your machine with clear instructions.
Steps to create your first C# project in the Visual Studio Code.
Lots of demos showing how to use the above features of VS Code.
Basic knowledge of C# programming will be helpful.
Basic knowledge of Git will be helpful for the Git section, but not mandatory.
“Excellent!. This is exactly the kind of course about VS Code that I was aiming for. Extraordinary teacher. A must if you want to excel with VS Code.” – John Rendon“Good pace and material so far. Looks like a good course.” – Bunmi AkinkugbeVisual Studio Code is the #1 IDE among the programmer’s community. The usage of VS Code has increased exponentially in recent years. Companies such as Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and many others use Visual Studio Code to do development in various programming languages at a large scale. You will be learning these VS Code concepts from scratch in this course.My name is Praveen, your instructor for this course! I had worked for about 10 years in Honeywell wherein I’d transitioned from Software Engineer to Senior Software Engineer, Tech Lead, and so on in C# .NET development. For the last 5 years, I’ve been working in the security domain for an access control product based on .NET technology. Moreover, I’ve published more than 13 courses in Udemy and taught over 17,630 students on various .NET technologies.Topics Covered In This CourseGet started with Visual Studio Code.Create your first C# Project.Master editing in Visual Studio Code.Know how to navigate better in Visual Studio Code.Get to know Intellisense in VS Code.Use Extensions in VS Code.Learn to debug in Visual Studio Code.Master Git and GitHub usage for your C# projects.Learn Visual Studio Code Workspaces.Build Snippets in Visual Studio Code.More Reasons To Take This CourseVisual Studio Code is currently the number 1 IDE among the programmer’s community.All the big companies are moving towards using VS Code for active development.Get ahead of the curve and learn to use Visual Studio Code with ease.Facebook and Google use Visual Studio Code as the active IDE for their various product development teams.This course provides 3 hours of content along with practice activities. To help you better, it follows a step-by-step approach of using Visual Studio Code from scratch.At The End Of This CourseYou will have a strong foundation in using Visual Studio Code for C# programming.Who This Course Is For?Beginner C# programmers, who are starting out with programming. This course will provide you with a strong foundation on using Visual Studio Code for C# programming.Experienced C# programmers, who are looking to switch to Visual Studio Code from another IDE.PrerequisiteBasic knowledge of C# programming will be helpful.Basic knowledge of Git will be helpful for the Git section, but not mandatory.This course will provide significant knowledge of using Visual Studio Code for your next C# project. You will be certain to use the learned concepts with ease by following a step-by-step approach. You will be confident to instantly apply the IDE tips covered in the course.Enroll now to get started.What Do You Get When You Enroll In This Course?Lifetime access to the course and all future updates to the course content.Personalized support and answers to your questions.Udemy certificate of completion.30-Day 100% money-back guarantee.
Section 1: Course Introduction
Lecture 1 Welcome & About This Course
Lecture 2 Join the Official Coding Masters Group
Lecture 3 Important Message About Udemy Reviews
Section 2: Getting started with Visual Studio Code
Lecture 4 Introduction
Lecture 5 Step 1: Know What is Visual Studio Code
Lecture 6 Step 2: Set Up Visual Studio Code (Windows)
Lecture 7 Step 3: Install .NET Core SDK (Windows)
Lecture 8 Step 4: Familiarize with the UI
Lecture 9 Step 5: Familiarize with the Settings
Lecture 10 Conclusion
Section 3: Create Your First Project
Lecture 11 Introduction
Lecture 12 Step 1: Create a New .NET Core Project
Lecture 13 Step 2: Add Files and Folders
Lecture 14 Step 3: Add Reference
Lecture 15 Step 4: Build the Project
Lecture 16 Conclusion
Section 4: Editing in Visual Studio Code
Lecture 17 Introduction
Lecture 18 Step 1: Set the Initial Settings
Lecture 19 Step 2: Use Keyboard shortcuts
Lecture 20 Step 3: Use Multi-cursor
Lecture 21 Step 4: Expand/Shrink Selection
Lecture 22 Step 5: Format your Code
Lecture 23 Step 6: Fold your Code
Lecture 24 Step 7: Refactor the Code
Lecture 25 Conclusion
Section 5: Navigating in Visual Studio Code
Lecture 26 Introduction
Lecture 27 Step 1: Navigate Files Quicker
Lecture 28 Step 2: Navigate Faster using Breadcrumbs
Lecture 29 Step 3: Navigate with Go-To Command
Lecture 30 Step 4: Navigate through Search
Section 6: Intellisense
Lecture 31 Introduction
Lecture 32 Step 1: Know What is Intellisense
Lecture 33 Step 2: Trigger an Intellisense
Lecture 34 Step 3: Understand Supported Types
Section 7: Extensions
Lecture 35 Introduction
Lecture 36 Step 1: Know What are Extensions
Lecture 37 Step 2: Install an Extension
Lecture 38 Step 3: Change the Extension Settings
Lecture 39 Step 4: Use the Extension
Lecture 40 Step 5: Manage the Extension
Lecture 41 Productivity Tips: Extensions
Lecture 42 Recommended Extension 1: C# Extensions
Lecture 43 Recommended Extension 2: NuGet Package Manager
Lecture 44 Recommended Extension 3: SharpPad
Section 8: Debugging in Visual Studio Code
Lecture 45 Introduction
Lecture 46 Step 1: Start Your Program for Debugging
Lecture 47 Step 2: Add Debugging Settings
Lecture 48 Step 3: Take Debugging Actions
Lecture 49 Step 4: Add Breakpoints
Lecture 50 Step 5: Use Variables & Watch
Lecture 51 Step 6: Use File Watcher
Section 9: Working with Git and GitHub
Lecture 52 Step 1: Know What is Git?
Lecture 53 Step 2: Git in Visual Studio Code
Lecture 54 Step 3: Initialize Repository
Lecture 55 Step 4: Install SCM Extensions
Lecture 56 Step 5: Clone a Repository
Lecture 57 Step 6: Select the Branch
Lecture 58 Step 7: Check the Differences
Lecture 59 Step 8: Commit the Changes
Lecture 60 Step 9: Push to Remote Repos
Section 10: Snippets
Lecture 61 Introduction
Lecture 62 Step 1: Know What are Snippets
Lecture 63 Step 2: Add a Snippet
Lecture 64 Step 3: Create a User Snippet
Section 11: Course Conclusion
Lecture 65 Congratulations!
Lecture 66 Bonus Lecture
Beginner C# programmers, who are starting out with programming. This course will provide you with a strong foundation on using Visual Studio Code for C# programming.,Experienced C# programmers, who are looking to switch to Visual Studio Code from another IDE.
Udemy | English | 3h 15m | 1.06 GB
Created by: Praveenkumar Bouna
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