addon-vscode - Visual Studio Code - Community Hass.io Add-on for Home Assistant

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Visual Studio Code, accessible through the browser. This add-on runs Visual Studio Code, allowing you to edit your Home Assistant configuration directly from your web browser and can be embedded straight into the Home Assistant frontend UI.

https://addons.community
https://github.com/hassio-addons/addon-vscode

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