About Development : Visual-Studio-Code-for-the-Web-First-Look


One of the best free, cross-platform code editors now works right within your browser. With Visual Studio Code for the Web, you can work on local files just as you would with a native app, and work on remote repositories without having to install anything on your computer. In this short course, Joe Marini takes a look at some of the key differences between the web and desktop versions, such as support for different programming languages and how extensions work in the web version. If you’re familiar with Visual Studio Code and are considering using Visual Studio Code for the Web, this is the course for you.

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