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    Believe it or not you can use Microsoft's Visual Studio Code from your web browser, or at least, versions of it.
    One of the many strengths of making a software project open source is that its community can tinker, contribute or straight up fork it and make a custom version. Microsoft Visual Studio Code is an open-source code editor and it's one of the most popular apps of its kind on any platform.
    But you're also not restricted to using it just in the form Microsoft offers for download, either, thanks to its open-source nature. You can, in fact, run a version of Visual Studio Code in your web browser, for free.

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    02-25-2021 06:11 AM

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