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Liberty Tools for Visual Studio Code enables fast, easy and efficient development of cloud native Java applications with Open Liberty.
What are you Missing by Debugging in VS Code?
16 missing features in the VS code debugger that are available in IntelliJ. Are they worth switching your main IDE? Detailed lists and videos!
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.
Java Development with VS Code on the Raspberry Pi
Recently we published a full getting started guide for Java with VS Code together with a list of tips and plugins for Java development with Visual Studio Code.
But… did you know you can also use it on the ARM-processor-powered Raspberry Pi?
Until recently this was not available in an official version for the Raspberry Pi, but luckily Microsoft decided to release new versions with installers for both 32-bit and 64-bit Raspberry Pis.
Let’s install and test them!
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.