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Downloads of v 184.108.40.20690907:
07 Sep 2019
Tags:microsoft visualstudiocode vscode extension docker
Visual Studio Code Docker Extension
220.127.116.1190907 | Updated: 07 Sep 2019
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Visual Studio Code Docker Extension
This Package Contains an Exempted Check
Not All Tests Have Passed
Validation Testing Passed
Verification Testing Exemption:
Starting with this version, there's no more dependency to Visual Studio Code, so that the package can be used with different installations of Visual Studio Code (User level installations, Insider builds).
The requirements to have Visual Studio Code installed, including possible ways how to get it, is listed under notes.
Scan Testing Successful:
No detections found in any package files
This package was approved by moderator gep13 on 10 Sep 2019.
The Docker extension makes it easy to build, manage and deploy containerized applications from Visual Studio Code.
.dockerignorefile generation (Press
F1and search for
Docker: Add Docker files to Workspace)
- Syntax highlighting, hover tips, IntelliSense (completions) for
- Linting (errors and warnings) for
- Command Palette (
F1) integration for the most common Docker commands (for example
docker push, etc.)
- Explorer integration for managing images, containers, registries, and more
- Deploy images from a registry directly to Azure App Service
- Debug .NET Core applications running in Linux Docker containers
- This package requires Visual Studio Code 1.2.0 or newer.
You can install either the vscode or vscode-insiders package.
- The extension will be installed in any edition of Visual Studio Code which can be found.
- The package always installs the latest version of the extension.
The version of the Chocolatey package does not reflect the version of the extension.
$ErrorActionPreference = 'Stop' Update-SessionEnvironment Install-VsCodeExtension "ms-azuretools.vscode-docker"
$ErrorActionPreference = 'Stop' Update-SessionEnvironment Uninstall-VsCodeExtension -extensionId "ms-azuretools.vscode-docker"
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|Visual Studio Code Docker Extension 18.104.22.16890907||4782||Saturday, September 7, 2019||Approved|
|Visual Studio Code Docker Extension 22.214.171.12481011||3231||Friday, October 12, 2018||Approved|
|Visual Studio Code Docker Extension 126.96.36.19980620||948||Wednesday, June 20, 2018||Approved|
|Visual Studio Code Docker Extension 1.0.0||1405||Friday, November 18, 2016||Approved|
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