Visual Studio Core for PowerShell 7

With the release of “PowerShell Core 7”, now just “PowerShell 7”, the VS Code team just released a major update of the PS extension for VS Code.

In short, what’s new :

  • ISE Compatibility module
  • Syntax Highlighting, Multi-Line Editing and Back Search in the Integrated Console
  • Performance Improvements
  • Take care of some breaking change

You can find the full announcement here :

How to use the amazing feature Visual Studio Live Share

Visual Studio Code is one of the most active project on Github for Microsoft developers community. VS Code spread around the developer world like black powder and brings for a lots of different skilled professionals and amateurs a best of bread code editor.

Event if the project brings a lot of new feature on a monthly based release, something there is a new feature that provide far more power to developers, and Live Share one of them.

Live Share was released back in 2018 ( to provide universal and secure collaboration between developers even working on different operating system at the same time, only one thing care : your code and whatever it is C#, Angular app, Go, etc !

Live Share is now available on Windows, Mac and Linux !!!!

Python-based IntelliSense

The addin provided on Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code can only share terminals between developers to make them able to debug live ! Isnt't it awesome ?!?

You can show the introduction video from Jon Chu :

In short, how does it work ?

The process is quite simple : 1. Install 2. Get a Microsoft account (if you don't laready have one) 3. Create and join a session 4. Code with your buddy 🙂


The installation process is fairly simple : go to the Live Share extension homepage =>

Create a new session

1. Click on the 'Live Share' button in the left panel :

2. Click on 'Start collaboration session' in the Live Share panel :

3. Click on the 'Share Now' button

4. VS Code will ask you to connect to your Github or Microsoft account y opening a web window

5. Live Share will provide you a link for the collaboration session, copy it and send it to your friend / colleague by email or Teams.

6. Wait for your friend to join the session and ... code, debug, execute ! Whan a guest join a session, you'll be notified and start seeing different colored dot associated with file modified in live.

Microsoft also release a Live Share Audio plugin to enable developers to exchange by voice and Arjun Attam also make a

chat addin for Live Share that provide you with a more deep collaboration level experience.

In a context of remote work collaboration, this addin is an excellent asset for your team ! Try it !

Docker ASP.NET MVC image creation issue ‘GetFileAttributesEx : The system cannot find the path specified’

When using Visual Studio 2017 and trying to create a Docker image for your ASP.NET web app from the standard microsoft\aspnet image (or another image), you may have the following error message : GetFileAttributesEx bin\Release\PublishOutput : The system cannot find the path specified


This error is caused by the .dockerignore file generated by Visual Studio 2017 (more information on .dockerignore file :

How to solve the issue

  1. Open and edit the .dockerignore file located at the root of your Visual Studio project
  2. Remove the first line with the ‘*’ (this is the guilty line !)
  3. Save the modified .dockerignore file
  4. Re execute your docker build command (ex : docker build –t <your tag> .)

Original Visual Studio 2017 .dockerignore file :


The corrected .dockerignore file :


Check your web app to know if everything works fine

  1. First, you won’t be able to use the URL http://localhost, you need the IP address of the container. To find it, execute this command in Powershell :
  2. docker inspect -f "{{ .NetworkSettings.Networks.nat.IPAddress }}" ncit_liasse

  3. Open your favorite browser and enter the URL http//<your ip address> to show you web app shining


More documentation on the use of this image at

Useful documentation on how to migrate an ASP.NET MVC application to Docker :

Now enjoy migrating your ASP.NET MVC web apps to Docker containers !

Lancement de Visual Studio 2017 aux Afterworks@Noumea du 15 Mars

Pour le lancement de Visual Studio 2017 et les 20 ans de l’outil de prédilection de tous les développeurs .NET, il aura bien fallut un évènement spécial des Afterworks@Noumea des communautés MS.

Après une présentation d’un peu plus d’une heure ponctuée de démos sur l’outil et sur les différentes fonctionnalités, .NET Core, l’architecture en microservice avec Docker et la mobilité, nous avons pu enfin goûter au gâteau d’anniversaire :


Retrouvez les slides de la session ici :

Au niveau des ressources sur .NET, n’hésitez pas à me suivre sur LinkedIn (

Encore un grand merci à la CCI de Nouméa pour le prêt des locaux et leur temps.

Bonne journée

Lancement de Visual Studio 2017 à Nouméa

MSFT_16257_VS17_1000x750_Sharethrough_thumb[4]Suite au lancement officiel du 07 Mars, nous organisons un évènement local ce mercredi 15/03 à la CCI de Nouméa. Au programme, une introduction aux nouvelles fonctionnalités de Visual Studio 2017 et à la plateforme .NET. Pendant cette présentation d’un peu plus d’une heure, ponctuées de pas mal de démonstrations, nous partagerons avec les participants sur les sujets suivants :

- Les nouveautés de Visual Studio 2017

- Quoi de neuf dans .NET et .NET Core ?

- Le développement mobile multiplateforme avec Xamarin

- Microservice, Docker et DevOps

Soyez préparer à manger un morceau du gâteau des 20 ans de Visual Studio !

Nous avons également quelques goodies à faire gagner pendant la session !

A demain soir !


SharePoint 2016 project templates missing on Visual Studio 2015

imageWhen you open Visual Studio 2015 (with Update 3) on a SharePoint 2016 developer machine, it may occurs that the SP 2016 templates are missing (it displays only SP 2010 and 2013 templates). In that case, don’t panic ! Just follow the following process :

  1. If you don't have a version of Office Developer Tools for Visual Studio 2015, download “Microsoft Office Developer Tools Preview 2 for Visual Studio 2015” with the following link :  (don’t go to , the link is broken)
  2. Install the Microsoft Office Developer Tools Preview 2 for Visual Studio 2015 on your machine
  3. Open Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features
  4. Uninstall SharePoint Client Components (with the version number
  5. Download the SharePoint Server 2016 Client Components SDK from
  6. Start developing your successful SharePoint Addins !