Use Boost with Visual Studio

Learn how to install and run Boost

Installing Boost

To Install Boost from VS Code Marketplace

Head to the Visual Studio Code Marketplace for the Polyverse Boost extension. You may have to login with a Microsoft account.

Click Install in the Marketplace

Click on Install in the Marketplace and it will ask permission to redirect to your local instance of Visual Studio Code.

In Visual Studio Code click Install

Boost is now ready to go!

Boost will appear in your VSC extensions list

Boost is now ready to go!

Running Boost

Create a new Boost notebook

In the Command Palette: Create Polyverse Boost Notebook

NOTE: The first time you run Boost...

You must have a GitHub account and use that associated account email with you use Boot.

You will be prompted to connect to your GitHub account and you will see approval requests like these.

Be sure to approve and connect your account!

Load your source code

Click to the Load File for Boost button to parse your source code into the Boost notebook

Load the Boost extension

Click Select Kernel and select the VS Code extension for Polyverse Boost from the dropdown

What would you like to do?

Convert your code from one language to another.

Analyze your code for security vulnerabilities.

Document and explain code.

Generate test cases for your code.

Scan your code for compliance and privacy issues

How about Convert Code?

Pick a language

Click on: Conversion Output Language

Then Select from the dropdown list

Click the Run ▷ button

Your Code Conversion... Security Analysis...

Test Case Generation... Compliance Check...

Happens with one click!

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