If you'd like to run Visual Studio code in a web browser, you can now. Microsoft has released a zero-load version of the popular desktop app that can be used as a native development tool, but of course there are some.
Microsoft has revealed that developers using Visual Studio Code can run it in a web browser. In other words, Redmond made it possible for everyone to use their popular integrated lightweight development environment without having to download the installer.
To get started, you should go to vscode.dev in your favorite section. Internet browser. If you are using Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge, you can work directly with local files because both browsers support the File Access API. However, working in other browsers requires loading and unpacking code files one by one, so it's a little easier now.
You'll also have access to plugins to customize the user interface, main components, and graphics. Settings are synced across the desktop, web browser, and GitHub Codespaces, and over time, plugins become available for other purposes, such as image editing, as developers update them to work in the web browser. p>
Visual Studio Code is now a lightweight version of Visual Studio that companies like Facebook have used successfully for in-house development, so this is the normal version - this is the new version. Even for the first time, it allows you to edit code on tablets like Apple iPad Pro and low-power devices like Chromebook, it also supports Live Share for the web, which offers great workflows. Opens to educational environments. p>
Microsoft Visual Studio Code can now be run in a web browser