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Using a Docker container as a development environment has many great benefits, such as easily switching between different languages and toolsets and providing all your teammates a consistent machine configuration. But what’s the best way to get started with containers? And what if you aren’t a Docker expert?
Well look no further, because we’ve created a series of videos about dev containers in Visual Studio Code! We’ll show you how to get, create, and configure a container-based development environment with the VS Code Remote – Containers extension.
By the end of this series, you’ll be able to configure any project so that it runs inside a Docker container. You can further review the content we cover by checking out the Remote – Containers Microsoft Learn Module: https://aka.ms/devcontainers-learn-mo….
You can also continue your learning with the following resources:
Main Remote Containers Documentation: https://aka.ms/vscode-remote-containers
Remote – Containers Tutorial: https://aka.ms/vscode-remote-containe…
Step-by-step Create a Dev Container Doc: https://aka.ms/vscode-create-remote-c…
How educators can use dev containers: https://aka.ms/devcontainers-edu
How students can use dev containers: https://youtu.be/Uvf2FVS1F8k
File a feature request or issue on Visual Studio Code Remote GitHub Repo: https://aka.ms/vscode-remote/issues
Watch the entire series: https://aka.ms/BeginnerSeriesToDevCon…
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