A new feature of the VS Code extension arrives with 4D V20 R2: code formatting!
In this blog post, we will delve into the details of this new functionality, exploring how it simplifies your programming experience.
As usual, a new release, new VS Code extension features for developers who want to view and edit code with this free editor.
4D v20 brings new capabilities to the Visual Studio Code editor through the 4D-Analyzer extension: Say hello to Document Syntax Checking, which will help the developer to type fewer mistakes, Code Folding and Indentation for a better look, and tool4d to allow faster LSP server starting.
A new release, a new VS Code extension feature.
4D v19 R8 brings a new capability to the Visual Studio Code editor through the 4D-Analyzer extension: Say hello to code completion.
4D v19 R6 brought the support of external source code editors (e.g., Visual Studio Code), allowing them to handle 4D code and provide them with standard functionalities such as syntax highlighting using the Visual Studio Code extension.
4Dv19 R7 brings two new capabilities: Go To Definition and Signature Help.
We recently talked about our new Visual Studio Code extension allowing VS Code to communicate with 4D for code management. The syntax highlighting was the first Language Server Protocol feature in 4D v19 R6. Let’s see how to customize your source code rendering.
4D now supports the Language Server Protocol to allow external source code editors to handle 4D code and provide them with standard functionalities such as syntax highlighting, syntax help, go to definition, or type ahead. Let’s see how to take advantage of it in Visual Studio Code.