Windows terminal + Powershell to run IDE, Angular, .NET Core
I work at http://github.com/ignatandrei/BlocklyAutomation – and every time I need to run Angular , Visual Studio Code IDE and .NET Core run ( and Visual Studio sometimes – it is more web based)
Also, sometimes I need to run in a container – to install globally something that I do not want to have in my PC.
So I have 1 windows terminal command to run those :
wt new-tab –title RootSource –suppressApplicationTitle -p “Windows PowerShell” -d . cmd /k “cd src && code . && powershell” ;split-pane –title Angular –suppressApplicationTitle -V -p “Windows PowerShell” -d . cmd /k “cd src && npm run start –watch && powershell” ;split-pane –title LocalAPI_NetCore –suppressApplicationTitle -V -p “Windows PowerShell” -d . cmd /k “cd src/Local/LocalAPI/LocalAPI && dotnet watch run”
As you see , I have
to run VSCode,
npm run start –watch
to run Angular and
dotnet watch run
to run dotnet.
wt new-tab -p “Windows PowerShell” -d . ;split-pane -p “Windows PowerShell” -d . cmd /k “cd src && devcontainer open .”
The second it just works with devcontainer – if you are interested in sources, see https://github.com/ignatandrei/BlocklyAutomation/tree/main/src/.devcontainer
With those, I can start my developer environment fast ( how fast, that depends on my PC)
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