Information on Azure Databases for Visual Studio Code. With Azure databases user’s can have their databases on premise, example in a data center, or in the cloud using scrapbooks, with rich Intellisense, users then connect to Azure to manage their PostgreSQL and Cosmos DB databases, with support for MongoDB, Graph Gremlin, and SQL. Visual Studio Code is a graphical code editor for Linux, macOS, and Windows. It supports extensions, including the mssql extension for querying a SQL Server instance, Azure SQL Database, an Azure SQL Managed Instance.
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For this post I am going to talk about Solution Filtering for Visual Studio Code. To improve performance when opening large solutions, Visual Studio 2019 introduced solution filtering. Solution filtering lets you open a solution with only selective projects loaded. Loading a subset of projects in a solution decreases solution load, build, and test run time, and enables more focused review.
I want to share this information on Azure Extensions for Visual Studio Code. The extension allows you to use Azure directly from Visual Studio Code. This can be done by using either the Azure CLI or the Azure App Service extension, you can have your application running in Azure in minutes, link below to a website with more information.
Information on Microsoft Visual Studio Code Live Share. Live Share can help users to be more productive when working from home. Live Share can share your code, collaborate with other anywhere, anytime, and it does not matter what type of app you are building, what language you program is in, or what OS you’re users are on, with Live Share you can instantly share your project with anyone from the comfort of your own laptop.