VS Code in the browser
I am sure that along your coding journey you heard at least one time about code-server witch it is great, but today I am gonna show an alternative solution to that that comes with a secure tunneling service, to eliminate the need of opened ports on the server side. Beside the web interface code-server allow you to connect your local instance of VScode to the remote environment. During the installation your GitHub account will be associated to the secure tunneling service this way only you can access that instance. The code-server can be run that its accessible only from the local network too.
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