Microsoft's multiplatform, open source text editor VS Code, has just released its March build. Most web developers should find something new that will benefit their work and can try VS Code on their choice of platforms: Windows, Linux, or Mac OS X.
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HTML formatting is based on beautifyjs, which had has provided some formatting options that were not available under VS Code. New items that include the ability to define line wrapping and behavior around new lines can be modified.
As usual, VS Code is offered in two distinct binaries: one that tracks the stable releases while the other follows the more risky “Insiders” releases (Microsoft’s term for the bleeding edge). For either selection, you can download binaries ready to go for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. Even better, the Linux offerings are available in both Debian (DEB) and Redhat (RPM) package formats.