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    If you want to code using Visual Studio Code but you're using a Chromebook, it's not a problem at all.
    It's easy to dismiss Chromebooks and while Google's laptops don't use an OS on the same scale as Windows 10, but the platform has been maturing over time into something lightweight but still well featured.
    And with Chromebooks becoming more and more popular, particularly in the budget space, there are more people looking to do more things with them. And that includes coding. Yes, coding.
    Microsoft's free Visual Studio Code is an incredible piece of software for coding and the good news is that it's now usable on a Chromebook.
    Here's what you need to know.

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    09-03-2020 07:11 AM

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