Brady Gaster is a Program Manager on the Azure App Service Visual Studio tools team at Microsoft. He helps create tools and SDKs to make it easier for developers to party in the cloud. Brady likes to talk about his favorite technologies - Azure, SignalR, ASP.NET, REST APIs, and IoT - in sessions and on his blog, www.bradygaster.com. You can find Brady on Twitter at @bradygaster when he's not tinkering with the ASP.NET stack, Windows Azure, devices running the .NET Micro Framework, or making music in his basement using various synthesizers, guitars, and turntables.
Getting Started building Visual Studio Code Extensions
- Stopnja 300
17. maj 2017 14:30
Visual Studio Code has been getting a lot of positive attention in our industry since its introduction. The small install size and speed of the product make it an attractive option for developers who want a better coding tool, but where VS Code really shines is in its ability to allow developers to extend it. In this session, you'll be introduced to the idea of developing extensions for Visual Studio Code, walk through a few demos and get a glimpse of the object model in the product so that, when you have an idea that begins with "I wish I could make Visual Studio Code…" you'll have the knowledge and information you need to dive in and make the best little coding tool around do whatever you want.