Microsoft is providing a Visible Studio Code extension to aid developers use the Challenge Tye .Net tool for building microservices and distributed purposes.
Obtainable in a preview variety from the Visible Studio Marketplace, the extension assists with viewing, jogging, and debugging purposes from inside the Visible Studio Code editor. The extension is positioned as a continuation of the Tye experiment, meant to offer insight into cloud-indigenous tool encounters.
With the extension, solutions are exhibited in the Tye explorer interface as soon as the Tye application is jogging. From the explorer, developers can view logs for solutions, search to solutions with attainable endpoints, or attach a debugger to available .Net solutions. A connection is involved to navigate to the browser-primarily based Tye dashboard.
Different debugging scenarios are supported by using the extension, alongside with the ability to run a Tye application devoid of debugging or debug all or a subset of solutions. Also, solutions can be debugged in
observe manner, where by the debugger will observe for code adjustments and reattach to the system, enabling ongoing debugging devoid of restarting the app.
Debugging a Tye application involves a Tye-precise task and start configuration, with the extension aiding to scaffold the default task and start configuration with the Tye: Scaffold Tye Duties command. Also, the extension permits attaching the debugger to presently jogging undertaking-primarily based solutions. Utilizing Tye itself does demand Docker to be set up. Builders can report problems with Tye by opening an problem at dotnet/tye. Problems with the extension can be documented by clicking on the Report Concern button in the Support and Suggestions segment or by opening an problem on GitHub.
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