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Microsoft's open source Visual Studio Code is slated for performance improvements and a design refresh in the coming year. The 2019 project roadmap for the code editor also includes security improvements and sought-after new features.
The builders of Visual Studio Code will also be working toward more predictable startup times, which could be accomplished by loading less code on startup and implementing a new, more-scalable tree widget for adoption across the workbench.
The team also plans to make it easier to identify extensions that negatively impact performance. Accessibility is another fundamental goal.
The roadmap drills into a number of specific areas for consideration, covering the user experience (UX), the editor, the workbench, TypeScript support, language features, Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), debugging, and extensions.
Microsoft last year published a 2018 roadmap for Visual Studio Code, citing planned improvements in areas such as TypeScript and memory usage.
You can download Visual Studio Code from the project website.
This story, "Visual Studio Code is slated for a UX refresh" was originally published by InfoWorld.