Our colleague Alessandro Ambrosano created a series of blogs (parts 1, 2, and 3) that explain how to get Visual Studio Code configured for Qt development. In that series, Alessandro covers all the details you need to get your VS Code environment configured exactly the way you want it. But there’s a lot there to […]
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Not all Qt developers are using Qt Creator as their main IDE for development. Some of us are using other IDEs, like Visual Studio, Visual Studio Code or CLion, per choice or because a project requires it. On Windows, with the MSVC compiler, the debugging experience with Qt 6 can be quite frustrating for some […]
This 3-part blog series shows in detail how to get up to speed with a Qt project using Visual Studio Code. Part 3 further integrates Qt into VS Code with syntax highlighting, Qt Creator quick switch and more…
As described in our previous blog posts, you can use Visual Studio Code as an IDE for C++ projects. It works particularly well with CMake-based projects. Unfortunately, with build systems not supported natively by VS Code, you need to manually configure include paths and compilation definitions, for the code model to work properly. Since the […]
This 3-part blog series shows in detail how to get up to speed with a Qt project using Visual Studio Code. Part 2 shows how to get a complete setup for qmake and CMake projects, with a deeper look at the Qt side.
This 3-part blog series shows in detail how to get up to speed with a Qt project using Visual Studio Code. Part 1 covers workspace setup, adding extensions, build, launch and workspace configurations, and more
Software developers like tools, and in particular tools that make them more productive. So in this blog post, I am going to share with you some of the experiences some of us here at KDAB have had using Visual Studio Code for Qt development. Motivation of using Visual Studio Code instead of Qt Creator The […]