As the announcement of Studio's deprecation has been made, users may be wondering about making a smooth transition to VS Code.

George James Software has extensive experience in VS Code, through regularly contributing to VS Code itself and building and maintaining a number of Extensions. This, combined with our expert knowledge of InterSystems technologies, gives us an in-depth understanding of what the process involves and means we have the unique capabilities to ensure a smooth migration from InterSystems Studio to VS Code.

We offer bespoke consultation, with recommendations that are tailored to your organization's specific needs. Alternatively, we will be hosting a monthly public webinar that is designed specifically for users migrating from Studio to VS Code.

If you're ready to make the switch and would like to find out more, please come and speak to us at the Global Summit next week - you'll be able to find George James Software in the Partner Pavilion. Our team will be happy to chat with you about how you can ensure your migration is seamless.

Alternatively, you can send me a direct message here on the Developer Community, or email us at info@georgejames.com.

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Everything you need to know about VS Code for InterSystems technologies.

With the announcement of the deprecation of Studio, George James Software are here to make moving to VS Code as smooth as possible. Our expertise in InterSystems technologies and active contributions to the development of VS Code itself, as well as creating and maintaining a range of VS Code extensions, provide us with comprehensive knowledge and experience to guide you step-by-step so you're set up and ready to work in VS Code.

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I'm excited to let you know that we at George James Software have released some new VS Code training courses. Following the success of our Basics course we have expanded our offering to help InterSystems users looking to move to VS Code improve their knowledge.

Here's what's on offer...
Studio to VS Code Migration - The Basics (2.5 hours)

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Deltanji 7.1 is now available.

Key updates include: 

* Interoperability Production component driver included, for customers who have purchased the add-on. You can watch a short demo of it here.
* Implement multi-select delete of objects and components
* Add setting to give a passable Beyond Compare launch command line
* Support simplified Locations & Routes diagram 

For more information, read the release notes here >> https://bit.ly/3mHyJHc

Please get in touch with support@georgejames.com for your release kit. 

The update is also available for Serenji debugger users on VS Code, which has the Deltanji solo edition embedded. Simply update the Serenji extension to version 3.2.3 or later and load the server-side code. 

 

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The VS Code extension for Deltanji source control has been updated to version 1.2.3. View the change log here for a full list of updates: https://bit.ly/3PqMJ26

Users can now benefit from the VS Code Quick Diff feature when using the ObjectScript extension. To use this feature just click on the gutter decorations to reveal an inline diff experience, where you can contribute contextual commands. You just need to provide VS Code with the original contes of any given file.

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