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Working remotely on files and code is often cumbersome and a tiresome exercise. With Visual Studio Code and the Remote Development extension, developers can now easily create SSH-tunnels to remote systems and work with files as if they were local. We discuss the options on this, and how to set it up.
- Visual Studio Code (Microsoft)
- VSCode remote development (Microsoft)
- Remote development extension for VSCode (Microsoft)
- Developing remotely on Raspberry Pi 4 and Linux using Visual Studio Code (Jussi)
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