It is my pleasure to announce that Dynatrace Extensions 2.0 developers who use Visual Studio Code now have access to a specialized toolset to help them at every step of the way. The Dynatrace Extensions Copilot came about roughly half a year ago from a need to speed up the writing and managing of extensions, automating content creation, packaging best practices, and bringing all of this closer to our developers - in the code editor.
In the Platform Extensions team, we've been using it for the past months and now the project is finally live on the Marketplace and can be added to your Visual Studio Code editor to supercharge your Extension 2.0 development.
How can the Copilot help?
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Got your attention? Why not try it out?
Go to your Visual Studio Code editor and open the Extensions menu, then type "dynatrace" - the Copilot shows up as:
Find out how to unlock its full potential at: https://dynatrace-extensions.github.io/dynatrace-extensions-copilot/docs/
The Copilot is an open-source project fully hosted on GitHub therefore we encourage the community to collaborate and share any ideas, improvements, or issues. Code contributions are also welcomed and anyone can help shape the future of this project.
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