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The debugger is started in the remote server with --nolazy but it has no effect. ts-node is awesome during dev. Modify the code to match what’s below and then I’ll explain some of it. Its VScode not Visual Studio 2015 IDE. Firstly, apologies for a lack of content for the last few weeks! One of the problems that I was having when starting using TypeScript in VSCode was how to debug it. Nevertheless, this challenge can be overcomed and is worth due to the many benefits of running a dockerized application. I just wanted to share with the community some recent learnings around debugging TypeScript in VS Code. Both working together would be SWEET, but it's BLACK MAGIC to get it going! To get started download and install the Debugger for Chrome VS Code extension. Once you open Debug window, on top right side of Debug window you will see option for open Launch.json.For chrome extension, you will see Extension option (or use CTRL+SHFT+X) on left side. Typescript tutorials are series of articles to learn Typescript using Visual Studio Code. I can't see hundreds of use-cases involving local/remote stuff with vscode. For applications other than ASP.NET, follow the steps described here. Stack Overflow Public questions and answers; ... How to attach to remote gdb with vscode? Thankfully, modern IDEs and code editors such as VSCode and Webstorm make this task way less painful but the debugging process can still be hard if one has his app process running inside Docker containers. Attach your local VS Code to the remote debugger by selecting the configuration we created earlier and then click the play button to begin debugging.
While there is nothing necessarily wrong with debugging by way printing console.out all over the place it does have its short comings. Stack Overflow for Teams is a private, secure spot for you and your coworkers to find and share information. 3 min read. Instructions for remote debugging of Dockerized Node.js Typescript applications deployed on Kubernetes using Visual Studio (VS) Code. Viewed 12k times 3. Debug with VSCode.