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Visual Studio Code C# Beginner Tutorial: Hello World

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This is Visual Studio Code Beginner C# Tutorial Video showing how Visual Studio Code is an open platform development platform that combines the simplicity of a source code editor with powerful developer tooling, like IntelliSense code completion and debugging.

I show you how to install Visual Studio Code using C# for beginners. In this tutorial, I walk you through everything. How to download, install even debug a ‘Hello World’ C# console application. From there you will be able to do anything your imagination desires.

VS Code is a lightweight but powerful source code editor which runs on your desktop and is available for Windows, Mac and Linux. It comes with built-in support for JavaScript, TypeScript and Node.js and has a rich ecosystem of extensions for other languages (such as C++, C#, Python, PHP, Go) and runtimes. Begin your journey with VS Code with these introductory videos.

We will be needing the .Net Core Framework so let’s install that also. This tutorial will show you how. We are going to install Visual Studio Code and the .Net Core Framework SDK that it requires. I will show you everything in this how-to tutorial.

It is an editor that gets out of your way. The edit-build-debug cycle means less time fiddling with your environment, and more time executing on your ideas.

Available for macOS, Linux, and Windows
Visual Studio Code supports macOS, Linux, and Windows – so you can hit the ground running, no matter the platform.

Edit, build, and debug with ease with VS Code
At its heart, VS Code features a lightning fast source code editor, perfect for day-to-day use. With support for hundreds of languages, VS Code helps you be instantly productive with syntax highlighting, bracket-matching, auto-indentation, box-selection, snippets, and more. Intuitive keyboard shortcuts, easy customization and community-contributed keyboard shortcut mappings let you navigate your code with ease.

For serious coding, you’ll often benefit from tools with more code understanding than just blocks of text. Visual Studio Code includes built-in support for IntelliSense code completion, rich semantic code understanding and navigation, and code refactoring.

And when the coding gets tough, the tough get debugging. Debugging is often the one feature that developers miss most in a leaner coding experience, so we made it happen. Visual Studio Code includes an interactive debugger, so you can step through source code, inspect variables, view call stacks, and execute commands in the console.

Visual Studio Code also integrates with build and scripting tools to perform common tasks making everyday workflows faster. VS Code has support for Git so you can work with source control without leaving the editor including viewing pending changes diffs.

Make it your own
Customize every feature to your desire, install any number of third-party extensions.

While most scenarios work out of box with no configuration, Visual Studio Code also grows with you, and we encourage you to optimize your experience to suit your unique needs. Visual Studio Code is an open source project so you can also contribute to the growing and vibrant community on GitHub.


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  • This is better:
    console.log('Hello, World!')

  • love the detailed beginner friendly explanation

  • seriously it was a very very helpful video for me ,thanks for that.

  • It might be that I have the 2019 version of VSCode, but I get a red error text when I type in dotnet new console. (Or anything with dotnet before it )

  • 127 people also should be a red flag.

  • Hi. This tutorial is no longer valid. TGhey changed how it all looks and you don't get that stuff anymore. Please redo it!

  • Heloo. I Rassin's . спасибо если есть кто из России пишите и да я не шарю в английском

  • Thanks!

  • I'm VERY new to codeing … Thanks for this

  • VS Code is based on Electron as I understand. It is rendered DOM. It supports JS and TypeScript out-of-the-box. I'm just needing to edit and our IT is taking their time getting me a Visual Studio 2019 Professional license. So, hoping you point me in the right direction where I can debug using this community supported IDE. Thanks.

  • https://stackoverflow.com/questions/40568758/dotnet-is-not-recognized-as-the-name-of-a-cmdlet
    hope it helps

  • Can you do an update video??

  • This course allows you to think and program differently with Object oriented programming. It is highly recommended to the beginners to clear out their issues very nicely. A well explained course. Thumbs up!

    Open www.skillscourses.org/Object-Oriented-Programming-with-Csharp.html

  • I cant use regular visual studio in my windows 7 laptop for a reason that i dont know unfortunately so i must use visual studio code 🙁

  • According to microsoft docs:
    Starting with .NET Core 2.0 SDK, you don't have to run dotnet restore because it's run implicitly by all commands that require a restore to occur, such as dotnet new, dotnet build and dotnet run. It's still a valid command in certain scenarios where doing an explicit restore makes sense, such as continuous integration builds in Azure DevOps Services or in build systems that need to explicitly control the time at which the restore occurs.


  • If you think this is easy, you need more help than I do. hard to follow, lots of back tracking and guessing.

  • texts are too small…lot of wasted space.

  • blakeblake

    Author Reply

    I installed VS code thinking that since they went for the smaller more simplistic style, it would be as I think most guessed – simpler – than VS.
    Unfortunately, especially for beginners / not very serious people, this makes it super confusing to do simple things.
    Thanks for the video

  • viriviri

    Author Reply

    most build systems have a new-project command and some other command to build and/or run it, not sure why this makes you dislike it unless you've lived your entire life using IDEs which abstract away all this under GUIs, but as negative as that all sounds thanks for the simple setup guide

  • C:UsersWahyuDocumentsProject C#>dotnew console

    'dotnew' is not recognized as an internal or external command,

    operable program or batch file.

    please help me :'(

  • 2 Questions
    1. Does this trick possible in VB.Net ?
    2. It seems you are restoring something. Does this causes any problem for our current Visual studio installation ?

  • His window is so damn wide.

  • Thank you for patiently walking us through this. Can't wait to see more.

  • "Here is a tool, but the one I am used to is easier." False advert.