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04 May, 2024

What is Continue ?

Continue is an open-source autopilot for VS Code and JetBrains—the easiest way to code with any LLM.

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Editing With Continue

Continue Features

Answer coding questions

Highlight sections of code and ask Continue for another perspective

  • “what does this forRoot() static function do in nestjs?”

  • “why is the first left join in this query necessary here?”

  • “how do I run a performance benchmark on this rust binary?”

Edit in natural language

Highlight a section of code and instruct Continue to refactor it

  • “/edit rewrite this to return a flattened list from a 3x3 matrix”

  • “/edit refactor these into an angular flex layout on one line”

  • “/edit define a type here for a list of lists of dictionaries”

Generate files from scratch

Open a blank file and let Continue start new Python scripts, React components, etc.

  • “/edit get me started with a basic supabase edge function”

  • “/edit implement a c++ shortest path algo in a concise way”

  • “/edit create a docker compose file with php and mysql server”

Understand errors and exceptions

Press cmd+shift+r (MacOS) / ctrl+shift+r (Windows) when you come across an error or exception in your terminal. This will throw the stack trace into Continue and ask for it to explain the issue to you.

Getting Started

Download for VS Code and JetBrains

By default, Continue uses GPT-4 and GPT-3.5-turbo via the OpenAI API. You can adjust the config to use different Large Language Models (LLMs) like Code Llama, Claude 2, WizardCoder, PaLM 2, and more. Read more here.