VS Code Editor has a web version – Computerworld

Microsoft yesterday released a preview of its Visual Studio Code (VS Code) tool to users, which this time can be run in a different environment. It’s called VS Code for the web and allows developers to use a lighter version of the standard VS Code tool that can be run right in the browser without having to install a separate application on the computer.

This local development tool can be used to view and edit files, create and add code notes, and build HTML, JavaScript, and CSS client applications. VS Code for the Web can be run in browsers that support APIs that provide file system access, including Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome.

If the browser does not yet support these APIs, users can still open files, but only one at a time, that is, one by one.

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Microsoft informs that the introduction of VS Code in the browser is nothing more than the fulfillment of the original vision of this tool. The vision that any user with Internet access and a browser is able to view and modify computing resources from anywhere in the world.

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