Believe it or not you can use Microsoft's Visual Studio Code from your web browser, or at least, versions of it.
Microsoft's latest actions with regards to Hot Reload availability have caused a stir with open-source developers. Such a stir, in fact, that Microsoft has reversed course on its controversial plans.
An announcement post from Microsoft briefly appeared for Visual Studio Code for the Web, but it has since been taken down.
Microsoft's 64-bit Visual Studio 2022 preview build is ready for you to grab. The time to dive in is now.
Microsoft announced the first public preview of Visual Studio 2022. The improved tool will be faster, more lightweight, and will be a 64-bit app.
Microsoft recently rolled out an update for Visual Studio Code that brings official support for Apple's M1 chips. The update improves performance and battery life when using the app on M1 devices.
Visual Studio 2019 delivers significant improvements in build and link times compared to Visual Studio 2017. As a result, game developers can spend more time coding and less time compiling.
If you want to code using Visual Studio Code but you're using a Chromebook, it's not a problem at all.
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