Run VS Code on any machine anywhere and access it in the browser page
> The advantage of code server would be that the Electron GUI part of VS Code would not consume memory and resources from the chocked Linux VM, just the "back-end" of the VS Code. The GUI section in that case is displayed by the Chrome browser running straight on Crostini, outside of the Linux VM "I know that when multiple extensions are part of a bundle they don't always get installed on code-server. E.g. extensions in the Flutter/Dart bundle, try installing each individually. Some Q&A on stack overflow.