Welcome to the February 2020 release of Visual Studio Code. There are a number of updates in this version that we hope you will like.
The primary goal of this comp was to create a game that fits entirely in a 2 kilobyte zip file. That is incredibly small, for point of reference a 3.5 floppy disk could hold over 700 of these games.
An extension that puts masks on faces on the internet (only works on Chrome). Beware: This extension is a proof of concept and really slows down your browser (and also destroys several sites).
As any major, it is first and foremost about getting rid of old, deprecated, rotting and smelling stuff. But there are some cool things hidden as well…
Want to share code dynamically between web applications but don't want to use libraries or custom Micro-FE frameworks. Check out what's in store for you with Webpack 5 and how federated modules will fundamentally change how you view web applications.
In this video we will take a comprehensive view into Redux Toolkit (RTK) - the official way of setting up a redux application. We will look into all the features it comes with, go over the various functions it comes included with, and we will also set up a simple redux application in React in both the traditional way and also the redux toolkit way to compare.
GlobalThis, optional chaining, private fields in classes, the nullish coalescing operator, and more