Configure the attach debug for Quarkus in Visual Studio Code

This blog post is a short cheat sheet for:

  • How to simply organize workspaces and the debugging configuration separated from source code saved in GitHub.
  • How to simply configure attach debug for Quarkus in Visual Studio Code

The advantage with that organization is:

You can easily delete the source code saved in GitHub from your local machine, but you don’t lose the debugging or other configurations you did.

In case that you will work again on the source code of the deleted GitHub project, you don’t need to setup these configurations again, because you can just add/link cloned GitHub source code project once more to your Visual Studio Code workspace project, which is still on your local machine.

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Create one Java Microservice with OpenLiberty and MicroProfile – made for beginners

Today I created a YouTube video, where I developed one Microservice. The level of content of that video is for beginners. The video was “live” recorded and I made some minimal editing and the video takes 18 min.
The recoding is related to Java Microservices with MicroProfile and OpenLiberty in Visual Studio Code . The source code is available in the open sourced Cloud Native Starter GitHub project.

Check it out:

Maybe you are interested, how did I setup the IDE and the Project? … here are the basics.

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