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Visual Studio Code has quickly become one of the most popular IDEs, if not the most popular. Its flexibility enables work with any kind of code base and project. Unfortunately, it is easy to get stuck with inefficient workflows when you are missing some important commands. This interactive course will help you explore and master VSCode's keyboard shortcuts.
This lesson covers the most essential VSCode shortcuts that every developer should know. Mastering these combinations is sure to make you more efficient no matter how you use VSCode.
Every IDE is also a text editor, especially VSCode. These basic editing shortcuts will improve all your editing workflows. Most likely, you know some of them already from other programs.
It's easy to get lost when you have many open editors and files with lots of content. Use these shortcuts to find the way.
A line is the basic building block of any text file. After this lesson, you will be able to move, delete, and copy lines with ease.
Moving around a large source file can be tedious. Master this lesson to speed up the process.
VSCode is split into several views that can be selected through the sidebar. Or, more efficiently, with these keyboard shortcuts.
VSCode is built to work with a variety of programming languages. This lesson covers the most important rich language editing features.
Text selection is important in any text editor, much more so in an IDE. Use these key combinations to quickly select exactly what you need.
Debugging is an essential part of the development workflow. However, it is tedious to control your program's execution without knowing the relevant keyboard shortcuts. This lesson will make your debugging effo…
These advanced search combinations will help you find anything within your files. Easily toggle search options and move between search results.
Multi-cursor editing is one of the most under-appreciated features of any modern IDE. After this lesson, you will wonder how you could ever program without these key combinations.
Every sufficiently large code base has plenty of errors and problems. Finding them is much easier with these key combinations.
This lesson covers more advanced ways to interact with source code. You will learn how to show parameter hints, peek definitions and other language-dependent features.
Controlling the way VSCode is displayed is especially important when you work with different setups and screens. After this lesson, you will be ready for all environments.
Once you let go of your mouse during editing, you will need to start using the keyboard to scroll. This lesson will teach you how.
The editor management capabilities of VSCode are second to none. You can split editors, move them between groups, or change your focus. Master this lesson to do it efficiently.
This powerful feature lets you view workspace search results in a full-sized editor, complete with syntax highlighting and lines of surrounding context. This lesson will make sure you are not missing out on a …
If you are working on different projects, it is helpful to know how to deal with multiple windows. This lesson will teach you how.
VSCode is customizable in all kinds of ways. Most importantly, you can change any keyboard shortcut, just like in KeyCombiner. Master this lesson to easily adapt your IDE.
Folding in IDEs is controversial. Some say the need for it is a sign of bad code. However, folding can also be great with non-code files, such as JSON. This lesson will prepare you for all eventualities.
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