profile
viewpoint

Ask questionsSupport for VS Code Remote Containers

According to customer report, extension may have problems running inside VS Code Remote Containers. It should be investigated and if any problems is found it should be resolved.

microsoft/vscode-react-native

Answer questions pheuter

Sure, and feel free to correct me if I misunderstood the use case. From my perspective I see Remote Containers as the tool by which I can enforce a consistent development environment across platforms. By setting up a Docker image with all the necessary prerequisites, as well as controlling the version of Node, developers are then able to work on the codebase with tools like autocompletion and consistent local environments.

For this reason I don't see local development and debugging on a React Native project any different than a Node / React project and assume that it should work via Remote Containers just the same.

useful!

Related questions

Error while executing command 'react-native.cmd run-android --no-packager' (error code 101) hot 4
Error while executing command 'react-native run-ios --simulator --no-packager' hot 2
Cannot read property 'getCurrentUserAsync' of undefined hot 1
Expo app doesn't connect to packager hot 1
Current workspace does not contain React Native projects hot 1
Could not debug - error code 604 hot 1
Current workspace does not contain React Native projects hot 1
[Bug][Expo] XDLError: packagerPort must be an integer - vscode-react-native hot 1
Version 0.13 breaks running packager from VS Code from different folder hot 1
Error while executing command 'react-native.cmd run-android --no-packager': Error while executing command 'react-native.cmd run-android --no-packager' (error code 101) hot 1
Starting React packager from VSCode fails hot 1
Can't attach packager for debugging hot 1
Cannot bind listener: operation not permitted hot 1
Not all success patterns were matched. (error code 712) hot 1
Current workspace does not contain React Native projects hot 1
Github User Rank List