Terraform AzApi Provider Visual Studio Code Extension
The Terraform AzApi Provider Visual Studio Code (VS Code) extension adds editing features like completion/hover/diagnositics for terraform-provider-azapi Terraform files using the Terraform AzApi Provider Language Server.
- Manages the Terraform AzApi Provider Language Server, exposing its features:
- Completion of
azapi resources and data sources
- Completion of allowed azure resource types when input
- Completion of allowed azure resource properties when input
azapi resources, limitation: it only works when use
jsonencode function to build the JSON
- Show hint when hover on
- Diagnostics to indicate schema errors as you type
Completion of allowed azure resource types when input
Completion of allowed azure resource properties when input
Completion of required properties for any discriminated objects.
Show hint when hover on
azapi resources and diagnostics to indicate schema errors as you type.
This extension offers several configuration options. To modify these, navigate to the extension view within VS Code, select the settings cog and choose Extension settings, or alternatively, modify the
.vscode/settings.json file in the root of your working directory.
We use telemetry to send error reports to our team, so we can respond more effectively. If you want to disable this setting, add
"telemetry.enableTelemetry": false to your settings.json and that will turn off all telemetry in VSCode. You can also monitor what's being sent in your logs.
See the CHANGELOG for more information.
- Prerequisites: golang >1.16, node 16.X, npm 8.X
- Clone Terraform AzApi Provider Language Server to local
go install under project folder
- Add the following configuration to vscode setting file.
"pathToBinary": "C:\\Users\\henglu\\go\\bin\\azapi-lsp.exe", //file path to language server
- Clone this project to local
npm install to download dependencies
code . to open this project in VSCode
F5, it will open a new VSCode Window, you can test its features in it.
We wish to thank HashiCorp for the use of some MPLv2-licensed code from their open source project vscode-terraform.