March 2017 (version 1.11)
Welcome to the March 2017 release of Visual Studio Code. There are a number of significant updates in this version that we hope you will like, some of the key highlights include:
Preview: Workbench theming - We're working to make the entire VS Code workbench colors customizable.
Keyboard shortcuts editor - New keyboard shortcut editor to easily rebind commands to your preferred shortcuts.
Faster search - Faster text search as well as respecting .gitignore files.
Panel maximize and restore - Quickly open panels (Output, Terminal, Debug Console) to full size.
Copy with drag and drop - Choose whether to copy or cut when you drag and drop in the editor.
Terminal link validation - Integrated Terminal link validation and new customization settings.
Implementer CodeLens for TypeScript - See who implements an interface or abstract class in a CodeLens window.
New Debug menu - Run Debug commands directly from the main menu.
Source Control API released - The Source Control API is now public, opening up VS Code to new SCM providers.
The release notes are arranged in the following sections related to VS Code focus areas. Here are some further updates:
Editor - Better file encoding detection, tune automatic suggestions, set the default language mode.
Workbench - Quickly navigate between and resize views, reveal editor if already open.
Languages - TypeScript 2.2.2, simplified TypeScript server log collection, Objective-C++ support.
Debugging - Column breakpoints improvements, additional exception information.
Node.js Debugging - Call stacks show async frames, access loaded scripts.
Tasks - Extensions can now provide custom tasks and problem matchers.
Extension Authoring - Debug extension improvements, increased extension size limit.