With third-party extensions, you can use code-server to collaborate with other developers in real time.
Duckly allows you to share your code in real-time even with people using different IDEs (like JetBrains and VSCode).
Duckly uses an extension to provide real time sharing features
SERVICE_URL=https://open-vsx.org/vscode/gallery \ ITEM_URL=https://open-vsx.org/vscode/item \ code-server --install-extension gitduck.code-streaming
code-serverwindow. You should now be able to see the Duckly extension.
code-server is based on VS Code, you can follow the steps described on Duckly's Pair programming with VS Code page and skip the installation step.
CodeTogether is a real-time cross-IDE replacement for Microsoft Live Share providing:
Install the CodeTogether extension from OpenVSX on
SERVICE_URL=https://open-vsx.org/vscode/gallery \ ITEM_URL=https://open-vsx.org/vscode/item \ code-server --install-extension genuitecllc.codetogether
CodeTogether requires VS Code's proposed API to run. Start code-server with the following flag:
code-server --enable-proposed-api genuitecllc.codetogether
Another option would be to add a value in code-server's config file.
Refresh code-server and navigate to the CodeTogether icon in the sidebar to host or join a coding session.