April 2016 Release
May 9, 2016 by The VS Code Team, @code
Today we are releasing the April 2016 build of Visual Studio Code. This is our first monthly release after our 1.0 announcement last month and we really appreciate your support and feedback.
With this release, we're bringing many improvements to your development experience:
- Quickly resize panes by double-clicking editor borders
- Reopen the last closed file using ⇧⌘T (Windows, Linux Ctrl+Shift+T)
- Launch your favorite shell when opening a new Terminal from the Explorer or Command Palette
- Improved stepping performance when inspecting very large strings or arrays
- Support for deep call stacks
- Node.js improvements such as experimental "smart" code stepping, ES6 type support in Watch, Locals, etc.
- Language Server protocol 2.0 is now consistent with core VS Code API
- Automated test support for authoring Debug Adapters
- New APIs for working with folders and JSON files
Please see our Release Notes for the full list of features and fixes.
If you have automatic updates turned on (OS X and Windows) then you'll get prompted soon. Otherwise, download VS Code today!
The VS Code Team