Its been over a year now since I worked as a professional web developer. Time really flies, I don’t code for some freelance thesis development or a random person pinging me in messenger at 2 AM for his business anymore. I learned a lot so far, had some sleepless nights debugging my messed up codes, won the most valuable person award in the company twice, taught study abroad students and a lot more. And by the way, I’m a web developer in Sun-Asterisk Philippines. It’s been the craziest year of my life so far. …
Visual Studio Code is gaining popularity now amongst web developers around the globe. In fact, VSCode tops the latest StackOverflow 2019 survey for Most Popular Development Environments. This is because VSCode offers a wide range of features like;
Intellisense — for code-completion and syntax highlighting,
Extension — which are third-party plugins that makes VSCode more usable, and,
Git Integrated Terminal — which provides a built-in terminal inside VSCode.
It also offers support for popular languages such as PHP, C++, C#, and of course, Ruby.
I am Ivan Ray Buglosa, a Ruby On Rails developer, and I’ve been using VSCode since I started writing codes 3 years ago. This article will mainly discuss how to configure a Ruby-on-Rails-ready Visual Studio…