Visual Studio Code February 0.10.10. The 0.10.11 release addresses the following issues: 3894: [Handlebars] Curly braces edit issuess3899: [folding] sections are still folded when disabled in preferences3903: [js] syntax highlight for 'var' and 'function' not working in Default VS theme3509: Smoke Test: Don't get cross file intellisense in JS Downloads: Windows | OS X | Linux 32-bit | Linux 64-bit February is our last full iteration before we start the end game for the Build 2016 conference milestone at the end of March.
Visual Studio Code - Code Editing. Redefined. Version Control. Visual Studio Code has integrated Git support for the most common commands.
This makes it an excellent choice to manage your code commits while you develop. Note: VS Code will leverage your machine's Git installation, so you need to install Git first before you get these features. Node.js and Visual Studio Code End to End. 10 keyboard shortcuts to become a true Sublime Text ninja. In September I published a post about 10 Sublime Text shortcuts that every web developer should know.
This month I want to get a bit deeper into the topic and introduce 10 shortcuts that some people may not be familiar with which will speed up your coding workflow towards ninja standards. Let’s dive right in… Bookmarking. Sublime Text 3 Guide: Tips, Tricks, and Shortcuts. Sublime Text 3 (ST3) is the latest version of one of the most commonly used plain text editors by web developers, coders, and programmers.
It’s available for Mac, Windows, and Linux, and free to download and use. Faster Workflow: Mastering Emmet, Part 1. Emmet is a free plugin for text editors to write HTML and CSS code faster.
In this multi-part series, I will show you how to write HTML and CSS code faster then ever with Emmet, profiling all the features of Emmet and how to use syntax, abbreviation and keyboard shortcuts to save your time. Spine: In Depth. Spine is an animation tool that focuses specifically on 2D animation for games.
Spine aims to have an efficient, streamlined workflow, both for creating animations and for making use of those animations in games. Animation in Spine is done by attaching images to bones, then animating the bones. This is called skeletal or cutout animation and has numerous benefits over traditional, frame-by-frame animation: Smaller size Traditional animation requires an image for each frame of animation.
Spine animations store only the bone data, which is very small, allowing you to pack your game full of unique animations. Dopesheet The dopesheet is at the heart of animating. Graph Editor The graph editor defines bezier curves for interpolation between keys, allowing for much more life-like movement. Inverse Kinematics Constraints can be defined to animate using inverse kinematics (IK) and the Pose tool makes use of IK to quickly pose a skeleton.
Skins. ShoeBox. Spriter - 2D sprite animation character creation software. Introduction to RequireJS. In this tutorial we are going to take a look at RequireJS, an AMD compatible asynchronous script loader that is incredibly powerful.
In my experiments with RequireJS I've hugely enjoyed working with it and will be using it heavily in my future development. This is a fairly heavy post as far as complexity goes, but please do stick with it. RequireJS. Taking Advantage of HTML5 and CSS3 with Modernizr. Ten years ago, only the most cutting-edge web designers used CSS for layouts and styling.