Note: Codespaces is currently in limited public beta and subject to change. During the beta period, GitHub does not make any guarantees about the availability of Codespaces. For more information about joining the beta, see "About Codespaces."
After you open a codespace, you can develop using Visual Studio Code's features, such as text editing, debugging, and Git commands. For more information, see the Visual Studio Code documentation.
For the best experience with Codespaces, we recommend using a Chromium-based browser, like Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge. Firefox is currently unsupported, and there are known issues using Safari. For more information, see "Troubleshooting your codespace."
You can connect to your codespace directly from Visual Studio Code. For more information, see "Connecting to your codespace from Visual Studio Code."
- At the top of any page, click Codespaces.
- Click the name of the codespace you want to develop in.