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Latest post VS Code: Getting Better and Better for Java

VS Code is getting better and better for Java.

In the last two months, we have made progresses in all key areas including core language support, testing, debugging, refactoring and project management.

Let’s uncover the new hidden gems!

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  • Yaojin Yang
May 18, 2021
  • New Java Welcome Page for VS Code

    A common thing at first-time use is spending a couple of minutes browsing the Welcome Page and trying features from there.

    Users’ satisfaction with the Welcome Page has a direct reflection on their satisfaction with the product and consequently affects their decision of adoption. Therefore, we believe it’s worth the effort to experiment with a refreshed Java Welcome Page.

    Our new design focuses on three things: help users find the most important features, get started for the first project, and access references.

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    • Yaojin Yang
    April 19, 2021
  • Java Testing with VS Code

    In our last post, we talked about starting a new Java project and running and debugging it with VS Code. In this post, we will cover testing.

    To run Java tests on VS Code, we recommend using the Java Test Runner extension or the Java Extension Pack, which includes the extension. The extension supports the JUnit4, JUnit5, and TestNG frameworks.

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    • Yaojin Yang
    March 15, 2021
  • Welcome to VS Code for Java

    On Java, thanks to the investments communities and Microsoft have been constantly making, VS Code has been used by more and more Java developers.

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    • Yaojin Yang
    February 08, 2021
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