Visual Studio Code can be installed from the Downloads folder, the Applications folder, or the Dock.
Once installed, users can open VS Code from their terminal by typing $ code.
Additionally, users can install the 'code' command in PATH from the Command Palette.
Visual Studio Code has released version 1.75, which includes features such as Touch Bar support, Mojave privacy protections, and additional components. It can be installed from the Downloads folder, the Applications folder, or the Dock, and can be configured through settings, color themes, and custom keybindings. Once installed, users can learn more about VS Code, such as additional components, user interface, and user/workspace settings.
Running Visual Studio Code on macOS
One way of opening your terminal is hitting the command button and the spacebar at the same time. This opens spotlight search. From here, you can type "terminal".
Once your terminal is open, you can open VS Code from it by typing $ code .
How to Open Visual Studio Code From Your Terminal
I had to go into VS Code, press cmd-option-P (or from the menu, View -> Command Palette and I searched “command” and there it was:
Shell Command: Install 'code' command in PATH
I pressed enter, and the command was now available in the terminal.
How to open VS Code from the command line
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