Learning resource out of date

Sofia Carlsson 0 Reputation points
2024-05-28T06:26:40.1633333+00:00

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seems to be a bit out of date when it comes to UI references to Visual Studio Code.

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  1. RDash 1,265 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2024-05-28T07:35:02.6966667+00:00

    Hi Sofia Carlsson,

    Thank you for reaching out Microsoft Q&A forum.

    1.Please capture new screenshots reflecting the current Visual Studio Code interface, including updated icons, menus, and features, and revise the step-by-step instructions to align with the latest updates in Visual Studio Code, particularly changes in extensions management, command palette usage, and integrated terminal operations.

    (Referral link: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/install/use-command-line-parameters-to-install-visual-studio?view=vs-2022

    2.Please verify and specify which versions of Azure Functions Core Tools are compatible with the current Visual Studio Code version,and update the CLI commands to match the latest syntax and features of Azure Functions Core Tools.

    (Check here: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-functions/functions-core-tools-reference?tabs=v2

    3.Please update all Azure Portal references to reflect the latest UI, ensure that screenshots and navigational steps are current, and validate the accuracy and consistency of processes for creating and managing functions in the Azure Portal.

    (Check here: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-functions/configure-monitoring?tabs=v2

    Example of Updated Content

    Old Version:

    1. Open Visual Studio Code.
    2. Click on the Extensions icon on the left sidebar and search for "Azure Functions".
    3. Install the Azure Functions extension.

    Updated Version:

    1. Open Visual Studio Code.
    2. Navigate to the Extensions view by clicking on the Extensions icon in the Activity Bar on the side of the window or by pressing Ctrl+Shift+X.
    3. In the search bar at the top of the Extensions view, type "Azure Functions".
    4. Click the "Install" button for the Azure Functions extension provided by Microsoft.

    Continuous Improvement 

    Monitor Updates: Track release notes for Visual Studio Code and Azure Functions Core Tools.

    Engage with the Community: Follow forums, blogs, and social media channels related to Visual Studio Code and Azure Functions.

    Set Up Notifications: Subscribe to update notifications from Microsoft for Visual Studio Code and Azure Functions.

    By implementing these steps, the AZ-204 learning module will remain accurate and useful for learners preparing for certification.

    If you encounter any future issues, please feel free to contact us, and we will be pleased to assist you further.

    If you have found the answer provided to be helpful, please click on the "Accept answer" and "Upvote" button so that it is useful for other members in the Microsoft Q&A community.

    Thank you.