Visual Studio Code for Python Programmers (Wiley)
Wednesday, 14 July 2021

This book introduces Python developers to Visual Studio Code, beginning with the steps for installing Visual Studio Code on Windows, Mac and Linux platforms, and covers how to customize Visual Studio Code to meet your needs and Python development workflow. April Speight then moves on to more advanced functionality including managing source code, debugging, unit testing, and Jupyter Notebook support. The book finishes with a walk-through of real-world projects which utilize Visual Studio Code features introduced in the book.

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Author: April Speight
Publisher: Wiley
Date: July 2021
Pages: 256
ISBN: 978-1119773368
Print: 1119773369
Kindle: B096PVNZ33
Audience:Python developers interested in Visual Studio Code
Level: Introductory
Category: Python

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Topics covered: 

  • Introduces you to the features of the Visual Studio Code workspace and how those features can be customized
  • Demonstrates how Visual Studio Code allows you to choose your structure according to your needs
  • Covers editing code in Python, including syntax highlighting, code completion, object definition, refactoring, and code navigation
  • Describes Git integration and how to perform common Git functions (commits, checkouts, branches, and merges) from within Visual Studio Code
  • Highlights debugging features for Python developers

 

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