Coder 1.28 is now available for installation or upgrade. Features include TUN device support, improved autostart settings, and onboarding improvements.
We've introduced support for TUN devices inside CVMs. Once you've enabled this feature, Coder workspaces can run VPNs or developer tools (such as Tailscale and Telepresence) that leverage virtual network devices.
Coder admins have requested the ability to view the workspace auto-start times set by users. We’ve added a new field called autostart_at to the users API endpoint to provide you with this information.
Because a linked Git account provides the best experience in Coder and is a part of the flow, we now prompt users to link their Git accounts when they sign in for the first time. This improves the onboarding experience for new Coder users.
We’ve introduced the ability to use a single access URL for both your primary deployment and your satellite deployments. This means that all of your users access Coder with a single URL, rather than using separate URLs assigned to satellites. Coder will route users to the appropriate satellite based on their geographic location. This eliminates any confusion regarding which access URL should be used by whom.
Users have requested the ability to obtain their OIDC access token from the CLI if they have already authenticated with Coder. You can now do this using
coder tokens get-oidc-access-token. This is a quality of life improvement to avoid having to re-authenticate multiple times.
Learn more about our projects and our commitment to the open source community.
code-server: the heart of Coder
code-server is the primary open source project we maintain. It allows developers to use a browser to access remote dev environments running VS Code. Coder builds upon the success of code-server and adds features designed for enterprise teams including support for additional IDEs and advanced security features.