Is Visual Studio Code really an improvement

Progress often doesn’t look like progress at all when it first arrives.

When on July 3, 1886, Daimler Benz presented his first car, it had a 0.75 horse-power engine that could reach a top speed of 16 km/h. It was able to cover 45 km on a single fuel tank, and it could only take two passengers. Compared to best horse-driven carriages of the day, especially taking the availability of stuff you could use as fuel, this was hardly a progress. Horse-driven carriages bested this car on all fronts, and by large margins.

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Developing Extensions Using the New Visual Studio Code – Part 6

After finishing step5, today I would like to create an action in Job card page using visual studio code.

Requirement is to:

1. Create a “Default Reason Code for Lost Quote” in Jobs Setup table/page
2. When we click Action “Lost Quote” in Job Card, the “Default Reason Code for Lost Quote” from Jobs Setup should be added to “Reason Code for Lost Quote” in Job card.

Bron : Mohana’s Dynamics NAV Blog
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Developing Extensions Using the New Visual Studio Code – Part 5

We finished step 1, step2, step3 and step4 of creating a sample extension using new visual studio code. Let’s start with step 5 – Building the package and Publishing the extension. To Recap:

When we want to start creating our own project, we need to create a new project to contain it. Visual Studio Code manages projects by including all files from a directory. Whatever files exist in that directory are then part of our project.

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Developing Extensions Using the New Visual Studio Code – Part 4

We finished step 1, step2 and step3 of creating a sample extension using new visual studio code. Let’s start with step 4 – adding a field to existing page like “Reason Code for Lost Quote” to Job Card page. We need to create new page extension object using visual studio code.

Bron : Mohana’s Dynamics NAV Blog
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