DTDL Editor for Visual Studio Code
🎉 Exciting Update: Our VSCode extension now offers expanded DTDL v3 support!
We are incredibly delighted to announce the latest update to our VSCode extension. Not only does our enhanced release now fully support the DTDL V3 context, but it also boasts improved Intellisense for V3 language extensions.
This comprehensive support includes crucial features such as historization, overriding, annotations, and quantitativeTypes, making our product more robust and versatile for your diverse developing needs.
Don't wait any longer! Dive in and discover the expanded functionality that our updated VSCode extension has to offer. Stay tuned to our repository for upcoming updates. We always welcome your invaluable insights and feedback for continued improvements.
Happy coding to all!🚀
The Digital Twin Definition Language (DTDL) is a language for describing models for Plug and Play devices, device digital twins, and logical digital twins. Broadly, modeling enables IoT solutions to provision, use, and configure digital twins of all kinds from multiple sources in a single solution. Using DTDL to describe any digital twin’s abilities enables the IoT platform and IoT solutions to leverage the semantics of each digital twin.
With the DTDL extension for Visual Studio Code , you can read and write documents using DTDL more efficiently taking full advantage of the following key features:
You could use the command palette to create interface from predefined or customized templates.
Intellisense and Syntax validation
This extension could help you with the language syntax (including auto-completion) and also validate the syntax with DTDL.
Use Predefined Code Snippets
Besides the basic auto completion, this extension also provides some predefined code snippets to help you develop DTDL efficiently.
Create Your Own Template
Prepare your template file
You could use any DTDL file as a template to develop efficiently. Meanwhile, you could also use these predefined tags to make your template more flexible.
Import your template file
Create Your Own Code Snippets
If you would like to create customized code snippets for VS Code, you could follow Snippets in Visual Studio Code
Contribute Your Templates and Code Snippets to the Community
You could also contribute your templates and code snippets to the DTDL repository.
Once the pull request is approved, your templates and code snippets will be released with next release of DTDL extension.
Error when creating the interface
As default, the extension will get the available templates from [extension installation location]/vsciot-vscode.vscode-dtdl-[extension release version]/templates. But if you delete this folder or all templates files in this folder, you will have an error when creating the interface. In order to fix this issue, you could copy the templates from DTDL repository to your local templates folder manually.
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