Microsoft Visual Studio Code is the most popular code editor right now and is available on every major desktop platform. But thanks to being open source, there are also ways to run a version of it in your web browser. No, really.
Coding on a Chromebook isn't some pipe dream or incredibly frustrating process filled with workarounds. Thanks to the magic of Linux you can install Microsoft's Visual Studio Code on your Chromebook with ease and get coding in minutes. Here's how.
Microsoft Visual Studio Code is becoming even more useful to even more people with the addition of ARM64 support for Linux in the September update, or version 1.50. This means support for not only ARM-based Chromebooks but also the Raspberry Pi.
Microsoft runs a lot of Insider programs across its different services, which can make tracking them all down a bit of a hassle. Luckily, the company has put together a landing page that lists each program and where to learn more about it.