As a business giant known for its software development, Microsoft has always been committed to making application development more convenient for users.
In 2019, Microsoft released a remote development extension,Allows users to develop applications remotely on Linux subsystems, Docker containers, remote physical or virtual machines managed by SSH in Windows 10 or above via native VS Code.
Microsoft is building on this with a new back-end service, Visual Studio Code Server, and a CLI that makes it easy to install, update, manage, and connect to services.
According to Microsoft,With Visual Studio Code Server, users can install the Server locally or anywhere in the cloud and access it securely and remotely in a browser using VS Code for Web without setting up any SSH or HTTPS.
For developers,This means that after completing the initial configuration, the project can theoretically be developed and modified in a browser from any location on any computer of any performance, greatly improving the ease of work.
Currently, Visual Studio Code Server is in the private preview phase, and users who want to try it will have to fill out a registration form and receive feedback in a few weeks.