Visual Studio Code
One day Visual Studio Code (VS Code) did not start on my Mac.
Sometimes I question my sanity.
I’ve used Visual Studio Code (VS Code) since it was revealed at Build. One of its many useful features is the ability to format documents in a human readable form. This includes XML.
Or so I thought.
Visual Studio Code (VS Code) is a great code editor for any platform. And perfect for .Net scripting! I use it to edit my scripts written in dotNet Script. dotNet Script has a lively community with new features being added regularly. VS Code is a collection of different libraries and frameworks, all working together to give you that good experience. Thus, if your new favorite scripting language gets a new feature, it sometimes takes a little while for the tooling to catch up.