Please note that RapidGPT is now released by PrimisAI. If you are currently using an older version of RapidGPT (i.e., older than v1.31.x), please uninstall it before downloading the new version from PrimisAI. Users who already signed up on
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RapidGPT is available through a convenient and user-friendly extension for Microsoft Visual Studio Code.
- Download and install Visual Studio Code if you haven't already.
- Open Visual Studio Code and navigate to the Extensions tab.
- Search for "RapidGPT" in the Marketplace.
- Click "Install" to add RapidGPT to your Visual Studio Code environment.
API Key Setup
Obtain a Valid API Key
Currently, PrimisAI does not offer paid licenses for RapidGPT. However, a unique RapidGPT API key is still necessary.
Setup Your API Key
In Visual Studio Code, open the Settings editor via
File -> Preferences -> Settings on Windows/Linux, or via
Code -> Preferences -> Settings if you are using MacOS. Filter RapidGPT's settings by typing
rapidgpt in the Search Settings input box at the top of the page. Paste your API key into the corresponding input box and then close the Settings editor.
Now you're ready to start interacting with RapidGPT! You can ask questions, request code snippets, or seek guidance on various hardware design topics. Be sure to make the most of RapidGPT's powerful features to enhance your hardware design process. Happy designing!
Once RapidGPT is installed, you can begin leveraging its power to enhance your hardware design process. Check out the following resources to get started: