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We are happy to announce the Ballerina VS Code extension 4.3.0 release with a few exciting new features and improvements. Following are the highlights of this release.
- Entity Relationship Diagram - Helps you visualize the ER diagram for your persist model file.
- TOML config generator - Facilitates automatically generating the
Config.tomlfile of your Ballerina project.
Below are the new features introduced by this release.
Entity Relationship Diagram
With the latest Ballerina VS Code extension release (version 4.3.0) and Ballerina Swan lake Update 6 release, now, you can generate the entity relationship diagram for your Ballerina persist model. This feature can be accessed using the icon available on the top-right corner of the editor panel or using the
Ballerina: Entity Relationship Diagram command available in the VS Code command palette.
TOML config generator
You can now automatically generate the
Config.toml file for your Ballerina project. If there are mandatory configurable variables when you run the program via VS Code, it will prompt asking if you would like to create the
Config.toml file. If you select Create Config.toml, it will create the
Config.toml file in the package root. If a
Config.toml file is already available, it will update it with new configurable fields.
Config.tomlfile will be added to the
.gitignorefile to prevent keys from getting committed to the GitHub repository.
Below are the improvements included in this release.
GraphQL service designer
A new option is added to the GraphQL service designer to filter between queries, mutations, and subscriptions.