Running .NET code from Visual Studio Code

13 October, 2015

“Code” is the name of Microsoft’s new lightweight code editor. It’s been out since April but it seemed like this project was a good opportunity to use it properly.

It has a command palette much like the one in Sublime Text, but I couldn’t find a command to run my small .cs file.

Lots of the docs talk about using Grunt and Gulp to run your tasks, but that seemed like overkill for running a single command to build and run my code.

It turns out that you can configure your project.json with a list of commands which then appear in the palette.

A couple of small lines and now I can run my code directly from inside Code, hurray!

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