Running Powershell In VS Code

Max Trinidad finishes his series on Powershell in Visual Studio Code.  Here’s part 2:

VS Code – Code Runner Extensions

We need to proceed to install the “Code Runner” Extension. Take a look at this extension information which can be use with many other script languages.

And here’s part 3:

VS Code – Terminal session

In Windows, we are configuring the VS Code “Integrated Terminal” to instead of executing Windows Cmd shell or Linux Bash, to use PowerShell Console.Then again, this is a quick change in the user “settings.json” in your script working folder.

It’s still amazing how far Microsoft has come from the Ballmer days.

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