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Visual Studio Code is a source-code editor developed by Microsoft for Windows, Linux and macOS. It includes support for debugging, embedded Git control and GitHub, syntax highlighting, intelligent code completion, snippets, and code refactoring.


  • Writing codes on remote server via SSH/SFTP by 'Remote - SSH' plugin on Visual Studio CodeWhen we need accessing remote server to develop software on Microsoft Visual Studio Code, 'Remote - SSH' is really useful as far as I experienced, so you can manage files remotely just like your local hard disk. One of the benefit compared to other SSH plugins is 'Remote - SSH' checks if there is any change in the file or not, so you can avoid mistake to overwrite to the latest code.
  • Writing codes on remote server via SSH/SFTP by SSH FS plugin on Visual Studio CodeWhen we need accessing remote server to develop software on Microsoft Visual Studio Code, SSH FS is really useful as far as I experienced, so you can manage files remotely just like your local hard disk. If you are in collaborative development using GitHub or BitBucket, you should not try this method, because you may able to spoil someone's source code that you haven't aware.

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