Azure Extension Pack
The Azure Extension Pack is the ultimate collection of extensions for working with Azure resources in VS Code.
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App Services (Websites)
- The Azure App Service extension lets you quickly browse, create, manage, and deploy your websites to Azure App Service.
Functions (Serverless Computing)
- The Azure Functions extension lets you quickly browse, create, manage, deploy, and even debug Azure functions locally.
The Azure CosmosDB extension lets you create, manage, and query CosmosDB accounts, including support for Mongo, Graphs, Tables, and DocumentDB databases.
The Microsoft SQL extension provides support for developing Microsoft SQL Server, Azure SQL Database and SQL Data Warehouse with a rich set of functionalities. For example, create and manage connection profiles and most recently used connections. Write T-SQL script with IntelliSense, snippets, syntax colorizations, error validations and GO batch separator. Execute scripts, view the results in a document, and save results to json or csv file format and view in the editor.
The Azure Data Lake Tools make it easy to develop U-SQL projects against Azure Data Lake! This extension provides a cross-platform, light-weight, keyboard-focused authoring experience for U-SQL while maintaining a full set of development functions.
The HDInsight Tools for VSCode is an extension for developing Hive Interactive Query, Hive Batch Job and PySpark Job against Microsoft HDInsight!
Team Development, Change Management
The Visual Studio Team Services extension makes it easy to connect to your Team Services and Team Foundation Servers, allowing you to easily monitory builds, pull requests, and work items for your TFVC or Git source repositories.
The Azure Terraform Tools are designed to increase developer productivity authoring, testing and using Terraform with Azure. The extension provides terraform command support, resource graph visualization and CloudShell integration inside VSCode.
Internet of Things
The Azure IoT Edge for VS Code makes it easy to code, build, deploy, and debug your IoT Edge solutions.
The Azure IoT Toolkit for VS Code makes it easy to develop and connect your IoT applications to Azure. With this extension, you can interact with Azure IoT Hub, manage devices connected to Azure IoT Hub, and develop with code snippets for Azure IoT Hub.
- The Visual Studio Code Tools for AI makes it easy to build, test, and deploy Deep Learning / AI solutions. It seamlessly integrates with Azure Machine Learning for robust experimentation capabilities, including but not limited to submitting data preparation and model training jobs transparently to different compute targets. Additionally, it provides support for custom metrics and run history tracking, enabling data science reproducibility and auditing.
The Azure Account extension provides a single Azure login and subscription filtering experience, but it also provides access to your Cloud Shell!
The Azure Resource Manager (ARM) Tools provide a rich editing experience for Azure Resource Manager deployment templates and template language expressions. For example, IntelliSense for TLE function names, parameter references, signature help, GoTo Definition, Peek Definitions, and Find All References (Shift+F12) as well as Errors and Warnings, making it quick and easy to author ARM templates in VS Code.
The Azure CLI Tools provide an enhanced editing experience when authoring Azure CLI 2.0 commands, with full completions (IntelliSense), the ability to invoke one or more commands in the terminal, and the ability to easily view and format results as a separate JSON document.
The Azure Application Insights extension brings information from your production services right into the editor (via Code Lenses), helping you to find and fix issues even faster.
By intalling this extension you will install all of the extensions listed above. Some of these extensions will have a dependency on the Azure Account extension to provide a single Azure login and subscription filtering experience.
You can uninstall all the extensions by uninstalling this extension pack.
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