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If you haven’t been using VS Code, you have no idea what you have been missing. This editor with its speed, customization, and an immense sea of plugins, has become my go-to for everything I do. But one of the most under-rated features of VS Code is its debugging capability. In this post, we will see how to perform remote debugging on a server running heedlessly leveraging the power of an SSH tunnel.

Without further ado, let’s get going…


First thing first, you’ll need to have VS Code installed, you can do so by clicking here.

Once you have done that, you can install the Visual Studio Code Remote — SSH extension. The Remote — SSH extension lets you use any remote machine with an SSH server as your development environment. This can greatly simplify development and troubleshooting in a wide variety of situations. …


Zubair Ahmed

Chief Technology Officer at RAZRLAB

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