Codewind for VS Code
Create and develop cloud-native, containerized web applications from VS Code.
- Install VS Code.
- Install Docker.
- If you use Linux, you also need to install Docker Compose.
Complete the installation:
- Find Codewind for VS Code in the VS Code Marketplace or by searching for
Codewind in the VS Code Extensions view.
- Go to the Explorer view group and open the Codewind view.
- Click Install whem prompted. The download is approximately 1 GB.
Using Codewind for VS Code
To see the actions available, open the Command Palette and type
- Create new projects from application templates or import existing container-ready projects.
- View Codewind projects, including application and build statuses.
- Debug Microprofile, Spring, and Node.js projects in their containers.
- View application and build logs in the VS Code Output view.
- View and edit project deployment information.
- Open a shell session into a Codewind application container.
- Toggle project auto build and manually initiate project builds.
- Disable, enable, and delete projects.
Submit issues and contributions:
- Submitting issues
- To host the extension yourself so you can develop or debug it, clone this repository and run the Extension launch in
dev/.vscode/launch.json. See Developing Extensions for more information.
- You can also build the extension
.vsix yourself by running
vsce package from
dev/. Refer to the
ci-scripts to see the exact steps the build runs.