Learn how to quickly open your projects inside Visual Studio Code via the command line.
After following this tutorial you can open your projects in VSCode via your terminal like this:
To open Visual Studio Code from your command line, you need to make sure that you have the VS Code command line tools installed.
On Windows, this should work out of the box.
On Mac, open up VS Code, go to
View -> Command Palette and search for this:
Shell Command: Install 'code' command in PATH
Just type “shell” and it should pop up automatically.
Now click on it and it will install in a matter of seconds.
Now restart VS Code, and the next time you want to open any project from your command line, open your terminal and do the following:
cdinto your project directory
code .and hit Enter.
Now your VSCode will launch an instance running your project.