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Overview

Visual Studio Online provides cloud-powered development environments for any activity - whether it's a long-term project, or a short-term task like reviewing a pull request. You can work with these environments from Visual Studio Code, Visual Studio (sign up for the Private Preview), or a browser-based editor that's accessible anywhere! You can even connect your own self-hosted environments to Visual Studio Online at no cost.

Getting Started

Getting Started

  1. 2/20/2020, Video, 0:15:27
    In this episode, Robert is joined by Burke Holland, who introduces us to Visual Studio Online, which provides a cloud-based development environment you can access from...
  2. 11/5/2019, Video, 0:15:00
    Join Nik Molnar and Amanda Silver to cover everything you need to know about Visual Studio Online, as they dive deeper into this new service, and answer your questions on how...

Visual Studio Online Videos

Visual Studio Online
2/20/2020, Ch9: VS Toolbox
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Visual Studio Online
2/20/2020, YouTube: Visual Studio
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Visual Studio Online: Everything you need to know | MLS1003
1/16/2020, YouTube: Microsoft Ignite
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Visual Studio Online News

2/28/2020, Azure Tips and Tricks
Use Visual Studio Online to build, run, and debug a Node.js app from within a browser. In this lab, you'll learn how to create a VS Online environment from an existing GitHub repository and...
2/27/2020, Microsoft Developer Blogs
TL;DR Last November, we unveiled the public preview of Visual Studio Online, which provides managed, on-demand development environments that can be accessed from anywher