Commit e0b9d73c authored by Martin Deinhofer's avatar Martin Deinhofer
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### Local on RPi
Visual Studio Code supports ARM devices and can directly be installed on a Raspberry Pi, depending on the RPi model this can be slow, but with RPi3 and newer models it should be ok.
The following [tutorial]( describes the steps for Visual Studio Code installation on an RPi.
Please read the [tutorial for Visual Studio Code installation on an RPi](
### Remote from PC/Laptop
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Visual Studio Code provides a Remote Development Environment using SSH to connect to a Linux machine (e.g. Raspberry Pi with SSH enabled).
You will need Visual Studio with [Java IDE Pack]( and [Remote Development Extension Pack](
The following [tutorial]( describes the steps for remote development with SSH.
Please read the [tutorial for remote development with SSH](
### Eclipse with remote system explorer
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IntelliJ idea does not have direct remote development support, but IntelliJ IDEA can be used for remote editing if the source code on the remote machine is made accessible by samba share.
You can then open the source code project on the network share and edit the code as if it was local.
Have a look at the [Samba/CIFS tutorial raspberry pi tutorial](
Have a look at the [Samba/CIFS raspberry pi tutorial](
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