Microsoft updates Visual Studio Code, unveils VS Code Server

Microsoft has moved its Visual Studio Code code editor forward on two fronts. The company has released a private preview of Visual Studio Code Server, a service for connecting to remote development machines, and shipped the June update of Visual Studio Code, with new capabilities for file searching and hiding some error notifications.

Announced July 7, Visual Studio Code Server is a service you can run on a remote development machine that allows connections from anywhere using a vscode.dev URL, without requiring SSH (Secure Shell). VS Code Server leverages technology used in VS Code’s remote development extensions and adds capabilities such as an interactive CLI and secure connections to vscode.dev. 

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